The Archerfish Solo Has Your Back

Got a few bad gambling tips (the Lakers couldn’t possibly get swept…) and are ducking some rather unsavory characters? Instead of brushing up on your Portuguese and investing in lots of sunscreen, you could install the Archerfish Solo surveillance camera system, and...
Posted On 23 May 2011

Mizuno Wave Prophecy is Coming

Seven years in development, Mizuno’s (maker of every pair of baseball cleats I ever wore), new vision for running shoes hits select retailers across the country May 6th. Christened the Wave Prophecy, it features two “wave plates” that are stacked and molded together...
Posted On 29 Apr 2011

FitFlop Supertone M: Workout While Walking Around

In case you’ve missed those (almost sad) commercials featuring retired athletes announcing their comebacks due to how great they feel, now that they’ve changed their footwear, let me clue you in: Active footwear that engages muscles as you walk is the new hot thing in...
Posted On 27 Apr 2011

Up the Ante: Bicycle Titanium Limited Edition Playing Cards

Want to bring a little class to your next Wednesday night poker game? Theory 11 has released their limited edition Bicycle Titanium playing cards, and they’re perfect for the job. They’ve taken the classic Rider Back design we’ve all grown up with, and added...
Posted On 27 Apr 2011

Spring Upgrade: Men’s Laptop and Messenger Bags Guide

Need to lug a whole lot of gear but think you’re a few too many years away from the homecoming dance to be using a backpack? Then it’s time to graduate to an over-the-shoulder bag. Since gaining more favor with major men’s fashion lines, men’s bags have lost the ‘man-purse’ label...
Posted On 22 Apr 2011

SleepTracker: Stop Waking Up Tired

Getting your recommended 7-8 hours of sleep but still feel like you slept in the gutter when you wake up? Then maybe it’s not the quantity but rather the quality of the rest you’re getting that’s the problem. You have very few options when it comes to measuring how well you...
Posted On 19 Apr 2011

Wet Circuits: Zap-Free Power for Your Outdoor Party

The only problem with backyard barbecues and mid-season tailgating, is getting power to your electronic gear. And I mean power that can withstand the elements. Because while you can run an extension cord from the house to the yard, all it takes is one sudden storm, or one drunk...
Posted On 18 Apr 2011

Block Rocker: A Portable Speaker to Blow Out Your Backyard Bash

Got a barbecue or tailgate coming up? Wheel the Block Rocker in, and let the party begin. A portable, cordless all-in-one sound system, this foot and a half tall boom box is available in black or white, has a telescoping handle and recessed wheels to get it to the party location,...
Posted On 15 Apr 2011

Nike Launches New Tech and Limited Edition Gear at The Masters

The 2011 Masters officially began early this morning, when legends Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, teed off from the first hole at Augusta. And while that’s part of the decades long traditions that surround this event, there are some new things making their debut this...
Posted On 07 Apr 2011

G4 PowerSet: Biker Communication Up to One Mile

As soon as the weather warms, it’ll be time to roll the bike out of the garage and get on the road. And taking your girl for a weekend ride is a lot more fun when you can talk to her during the ride. (“Wait, what?” I know, but just go with it.) The new G4...
Posted On 31 Mar 2011