stuff we drool about

Ultralight Snowboard Carry System

"Function Snow" is a new company created by two backcountry enthusiasts, their aim is to produce ultralight and beautifully designed snow equipment. The Ultralight Snowboard Carry System reflects their mission perfectly, it consists of a simple, pocketable, backpack carry strap with a single buckle assembly. watch the video

Also check out their Ultralight Ski Carry System




ultralight-snowboard-carry-system-2.jpg | Image

ultralight-snowboard-carry-system-3.jpg | Image

ultralight-snowboard-carry-system-4.jpg | Image

ultralight-snowboard-carry-system-5.jpg | Image



LIMITED EDITION DAMASCUS GRAND PUTTER | BY ODYSSEY | Image

LIMITED EDITION DAMASCUS GRAND PUTTER | BY ODYSSEY

The Damascus Grand Putter is unlike any Odyssey putter, this is a very rare and limited edition, only 15 will be made. It is made from Damascus Steel, known for its strength, texture and a distinct stripe pattern. The head of each putter will feature its own unique edition number, as will the leather head cover....
read more
TAYLOR MADE ROSSA CORZA GHOST PUTTER | Image

TAYLOR MADE ROSSA CORZA GHOST PUTTER

TaylorMade Golf, maker of Rossa putters, has unveiled Corza Ghost, a mallet specially designed to be exceptionally easy to aim, and exceptionally easy to use to roll the ball down your intended line, it is xtremely stable on off center hits and providies a solid feel at impact. It was designed with significant input from the hottest putting instructor in the world, Rossa Tour Staff professional Dave Stockton....
read more
JETFOILER | Image

JETFOILER

Jetfoiler is the latest water toy, it combines two popular surfboard enhancements into one rig, an electric motor and a hydrofoil. The Jetfoiler, basically, installs the electric motor on the hydrofoil instead of the deck, and with a remote control in your hand, you control the speed of your Jetfoiling board. During riding, it functions much like any conventional motorized surfboard, except as soon as you hit a certain speed, all you need to do is lean backward to c...
read more