Sports & Leisure

High-performance equipment to help turn any amateur athlete into a pro.

By Alexandra Cheney
Fliteboard eFoil

The unibody fuselage within the Fliteboard eFoil seamlessly integrates foil and motor (instead of fastening it to the mast) to achieve greater balance and response. A floating wrist strap and 20 gears, which top out at 34 mph, ensure that any level of rider can enjoy the ride. Hand assembled in Byron Bay, Australia, the 5-foot-8-inch board comes in five colors. $12,495;

Harley Clifford Non-USCGA Comp Vest by Body Glove

Designed for maximum movement capability, the Harley Clifford Non-USCGA Comp Vest by Body Glove relies on an ultra-low-profile design with strategically placed foam diamonds as well as mesh drain panels. The reversible vest includes a boardshort connector to optimize uninterrupted activity. Because it is non-USCGA compliant, be mindful of where this retro-inspired vest can be worn. $130;

SurfEars 3.0

To keep water out but let sound in, SurfEars 3.0 earplugs rely on a quartet of proprietary parts: A fixation wing to keep them in place, an acoustic mesh core to shield from the elements but allow environmental noises in, a sealing gel to air lock the ear canal, and an adjustable tip that allows users to customize the depth at which they sit. An optional leash eliminates the risk of lost plugs while surfing, kayaking, or foiling. $60;

Balance Body Contrology Folding Mat

The high-density foam inside the Balance Body Contrology Folding Mat offers the precise amount of support needed for optimal spine positioning, a core tenet of mat Pilates. The removable dowel handles emphasize the arm/back connection, minimize stress on the wrists, and provide additional leverage for overhead exercises. Hidden magnetic closures throughout the mat allow for easy storage and transport. $700;

Orvis Helios 3 Blackout Fly Rod Outfit

Prizing accuracy and power in equal measure, the Orvis Helios 3 Blackout Fly Rod Outfit includes a 3-D, 9-foot-5-inch five-weight graphite rod with a type-three anodized aluminum reel seat and Pro Trout textured line. A high-concept project that utilizes aerospace technology pioneered in the previous generation, Helios casts truer, straighter lines. Orvis, a 160-year-old, Vermont-based company, deems this the most precise freshwater rod it’s ever created. $1,506;

Yeti V Series Stainless Steel Cooler

The Yeti V Series Stainless Steel Cooler combines the chilling power of vacuum insulation with the kitchen-grade durability of stainless steel. The result is a single-center latch cooler with rubber-coated carrying grips that can transport most bottles of wine upright. The nod to the vintage ice chests is in looks alone; the contents will remain cold for days. $800;

Tumi Alpha 3 Two Wheeled Ski/Snowboard Duffel

The navy Tumi Alpha 3 Two Wheeled Ski/Snowboard Duffel stands 6 feet tall fitting skis up to 180 cm and is made from near impenetrable ballistic nylon. The dual-wheeled bag comes with built-in tie down straps and black accents. $1,295;

Proiron’s Walnut-Steel Designed Dumbbells Set 20 kg

Constructed of solid steel and walnut wood, Proiron’s Walnut-Steel Designed Dumbbells Set 20 kg contains a total of 12 stackable weights, ranging from 1 pound to 5.5 pounds, as well as two dumbbell handles. Hexagonal screw collars and a steel spinlock collar with double anti-loose technology means the weights won’t shift once secured in place. $220;

Volcon Grunt all-terrain, electified motorcycle

With a low-slung center of gravity, the all-terrain, electrified Volcon Grunt motorcycle features five ride modes (sport, explore, stroll, load, and reverse) and 26-inch all-terrain tires, ideal for off-road exploration. A two-hour charge yields a 75-mile range with a max speed of 40 mph. No oil or fuel is required, and the motorcycle can tow up to 750 pounds. $7,995;

Bentley for Bomber Centenary Gold 84 skis

A nod to Bentley Motors’ centennial, Bentley for Bomber Centenary Gold 84 skis include six 24-karat-gold-plated diamond inserts. The sandwich construction promises a stiffer, stronger ski and the homage is not only to the EXP 100 GT concept vehicle but to the geometric design language throughout the automotive brand. Slope tested by Olympian Bode Miller, the release is limited to 100 pairs of skis in three sizes. $3,750;