Nike Anti-Clog Traction Football Boot

SPORTING GREATS

Whether on the pavement or the greens, smartphone-directed technology is giving us more control than ever over play time. 

Nike Anti-Clog Traction Boot

he beautiful game just got prettier and a lot more playable, thanks to a sole plate made from an adaptive polymer that prevents mud from sticking to the studs.  

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Adidas miCoach Smart Ball

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he German sporting giant has come up with a ball that relays speed, spin, impact and trajectory to a smartphone app for analysis, all via internal sensors.

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TomTom Golfer 2

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Bringing its sat-nav expertise to the golf course, TomTom’s GPS golf watch accesses a library of over 40,000 courses to serve up data on each hole and feedback on your swing.

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Trefecta DRT Off-road Unlimited

Trefecta DRT Off-road Unlimited

Tip: Adjust torque to the rear wheel on the fly, or engage “wheelie mode” with a maximum angle to prevent it from flipping over on you.

This military-grade aluminum e-bike uses motor assistance to help you pedal over mixed terrain. Open up the throttle and it can reach a top speed of 43 mph. It’s also foldable.

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Solos Performance Eyewear

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Add a fighter-pilot-style heads-up display to your bike ride, with real-time ride and performance data streamed from your smartphone to these practical eye protectors. 

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