Smith Prodigy Goggles

Smith Prodigy Goggles

Whether you tear up the slopes on a snow board, casually glide down the beginner's hill on a set of rented skis, or just scout out the lodge for hotties, these Prodigy Goggles ($180) will make you feel like a pro. Smith's Turbo Fan system — a tiny electric fan and strategically positioned vents — keeps them fog-free and you up off the powder.

  • Garmin GPSMAP 60CS

    When you love to hike, bike, or just explore the great outdoors in general, having a sense of direction like a drunken pirate who lost his compass is less than ideal. Luckily for us, we have a little thing called GPS, and the best handheld GPS device we’ve seen yet is the GPSMAP 60CS from Garmin ($400). It features a 256-color transreflective TFT, 20 hours of battery life, 56MB of internal memory, an electronic compass, and a barometric altimeter. It’s also waterproof, and is sure to help you locate that chest of buried treasure.

  • Belden Leather Flask

    Every man should have a flask, and this is one of the classiest we’ve seen. The Belden Leather Flask ($25-$35) comes in two sizes — a 5oz. for when you just need to wet your whistle, and a 9oz. for those really bad days — is made of leather-wrapped stainless steel with a hinged screw cap, and comes in four colors: blue, chocolate, rust, and black.

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