|For Surfers: Isle Stand Up Paddle Surfboards|
($715 and $99 for the paddle, www.islesurfboards.com)
If you love surfing, but don't have an ocean nearby, consider stand up paddling (SUP). SUP is one of the fastest growing water sports in the country today, since you can do it in any body of water (even the pool). Stand on the board and paddle for fun races with your friends and an amazing workout. Isle Surfboards' Isle Girl SUPs are light, made of epoxy glass (stronger and lighter than fiberglass) and come in a multitude of custom designs, sized just for you.
|For Hikers: Motorola Talkabout MR350R|
When hiking in the mountains, cell phones frequently don't work—but two-way radios do! These two-ways are functional but stylish with vividly colored designer faceplates. Units have National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration weather alerts and built-in emergency alert buttons and flashlights.
|For Yogis: The Yantra Mat|
DIY is a big theme this summer—so skip hiring a masseuse or acupuncturist, and do it yourself with this acupressure spike mat. The 8800 acupressure points help alleviate back pain, headaches and stress, and aid circulation. The easily storable mat is simple to use—you don't do anything but lie down, tingle, and get Zen.
|For Water-Sport Lovers: Julbo BoaVista Sunglasses|
These brand new shades are made for water sports. With wraparound frames, polarizing lenses and water-repellent coating, you'll see clearly despite the glare and splash while you water ski. Plus, you'll look much cooler than your friends who can't see through their $5 cheapies!
|For Divers: Aqua Lung's Pearl i3|
|For Runners: HoodieBuddie with HB3 Technology|