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The Commuter X4 consists of a central LED light and four fiber optic light guide straps

Oar Board™ by Whitehall Spirit®. A sliding rigger rowing system is the perfect way to convert an SUP (stand up paddleboard) to a sculling ro...

Using the Easybreath snorkel promises to feel more natural than traditional snorkeling

The Speed Up Bag is a combination cargo compartment and aerodynamic partial fairing

Winter has officially set in across the Northern Hemisphere, bringing with it feet of snow and record-breaking low temperatures across the US. Gizmag looks at a few of the latest winter gadgets and gizmos to help you brave the cold, frost and snow.

Anyone who runs or cycles after the sun goes down will tell ya, it's vitally important to make sure that you're visible to motorists. Nathan's LightSpur is one of the latest products designed to provide you with that visibility.

Eyewear and helmet manufacturer Carrera got itself noticed last year, when it released an accordion-like bike helmet that can be folded in or out to accommodate different head sizes. Now, the company has brought that same idea to the skiing and snowboarding-oriented Snow Foldable Helmet.

You could be forgiven for thinking that the only thing surfers and golfers have in common is the amount of time they spend around sand and water. This could well be changing with the development of stand-up boards like the Golf Skate Caddy.

The Hövding airbag collar that we first covered in 2010 when it was originally shown off to the world by its inventors, industrial designers Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin, has now officially gone on sale.

The Polaris Sportsman WV850 HO with Terrain Armor is a military-grade All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) that abandons traditional inflatable tires for Non-Pneumatic Tires (NPT) that feature a flexible polymer honeycomb.

The Wokart is a go-kart for the water with awesome power-to-weight ratio and agility. The seating and controls make it just like driving a car ... and in four years of R&D, no-one has turned one over. Production begins next month, with sales starting in March 2014.

SureFire EP-3 ear plugs let you hear safe and routine sounds like normal conversation, but potentially harmful sounds above 80dB are safely reduced via the company’s special design that incorporates the patented ‘Hocks Noise Braker’ filter. They also feature a small removable stopper that will block out nearly all sounds when you want some real peace and quiet. $12.95

Butt pain is a big complaint amongst cyclists, although many of them will tell you that getting a cushier seat isn't the solution. European cyclists Martin Moravcik and Slawek Gawlik have created what they claim is an alternative – the Morgaw shock-absorbing saddle.

23 Simple And Essential Hiking Hacks You’ll be king of the trail. posted on July 31, 2013

Of all the complaints that cyclists have about cycling, butt pain/numbness has got to be the biggest. California chiropractor and triathlete Vincent Marcel, however, is attempting to address that problem with his unique-looking Infinity Seat.

The BayCycle Project is fast gathering attention for its crowd-funding campaign to bring a fully-fledged water-bike to the masses. The project appears to be using off-the-shelf kits from Italian outfit SBK-KIT, whose Shuttle Bike we first featured back in 2005.

For skiers and snowboarders, nothing can ruin a good day on the hill faster than an equipment malfunction. Enter the CL!CK Carabiner, a way for winter sport enthusiasts to fix binding issues without having to go back to the lodge, or even worse, stop riding completely if out in the back country.

While there are plenty of impressive high-tech e-bikes and carbon fiber whatzits on display at Interbike 2013, sometimes it’s the so-called simple things that really catch your attention. Such is the case with a clever cycling multitool known as Fix It Sticks.

There’s no doubt that using a rear-view mirror makes it safer to cycle on public roads. That said, some riders may feel that a bike-mounted mirror is just one more bit of handlebar clutter. The RearViz mirror offers an alternative – it mounts on the rider’s arm.

After getting stiff and sore using a conventional shovel, California-based entrepreneur Stephen Walden set about designing an alternative. The result is his Ergonomic Shovel, that features a rotating second handle in the middle of the shaft.