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Miami Living Spring-Summer Gift Guide

Updated: Apr 30, 2020

Whenever Florida's COVID-19 quarantine ends, Miami Living brings you some great products for this Spring and Summer.

Wilson Clash Racket

Made by: Wilson Sporting Goods Price: $249 Where to Buy:

Two new technologies comprise Clash rackets. The first is the brand’s patent-pending FreeFlex™ technology, which is a carbon mapping system that unifies carbon at unconventional angles throughout the rackets’ frame for a higher degree of flexibility both vertically and horizontally. This system allows the rackets to bend with any swing style to better pocket a tennis ball and control the release of the ball as a player follows through with their swing.

StableSmart™, a new frame geometry that provides stability and power to these flexible frames, complements FreeFlex technology. The combined effect of FreeFlex and StableSmart gives a player the opportunity to control the directional accuracy and depth of a shot, giving them more confidence throughout every swing. The Clash collection carries forward the minimalistic product design DNA that Wilson previously introduced, with an evolved, bold, three-part colorway. The matte black finish of each frame features gray accents at the three and nine o’clock positions.

The twelve o’clock position of the racket, the fastest point of the racket, carries a pop of modern infrared. This element of vibrant color creates a streak of infrared as the rackets move through the air, giving the design a sense of motion. The new Wilson Clash collection includes the Clash 100, Clash 100 Tour, Clash 98, Clash 100L and Clash 108.

D7 Irons

Made by: Wilson Sporting Goods Price: $699.00 (Graphite); $599.00 (Steel) Where to Buy:

With the “D” in D7 standing for distance, the new line of irons integrates Wilson’s RE-AKT technology to provide golfers power where it is needed most.

Featuring three rows of Power Holes in the long irons (4-7) and Wilson’s thinnest club face ever, the D7 irons ensure golfers get maximum distance due to the greater responsiveness off the club face.

Long irons feature three rows of Power Holes and a thinner, more responsive face for maximum distance.

Fewer Power Holes combine with optimal weighting and extreme feel in the shorter irons for the most precise distance control.

Progressive Power Holes: Long irons have three rows of Power Holes for maximum distance. Shorter irons have fewer Power Holes with optimized weighting for maximum feel and precision.

Ultra-Thin Face: Hot, responsive face for longer shots and better feel.

Performance Iron Aesthetic: With straighter lines, a cleaner top line and improved weighting, D7 combines the look of a player's iron with the benefits of Super Game Improvement Technology.

Bushnell Pro XE

Made By: Bushnell Golf, the industry leader in high-performance sports optics

Price: $549.99

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The Pro XE will set the industry standard with the development of a new “Slope” Algorithm. The improved “Slope” takes into account the most updated ball flight measures giving a much sharper angle of descent over the previous algorithm. Bushnell provides the only compensated “Play As” distance that takes actual ball flight into account, whereas competitors use simple geometry, which is easy to calculate, but not nearly as accurate. Bushnell prides itself on providing trustworthy and accurate distances to all golfers.


Made By: TRX Training, all in one suspension training system

Price: $199.95

Where to Buy: Exclusive at

This Suspension Trainer takes functional training to the next level with adjustable foot cradles, a new sleek design and one-year subscription to the dynamic TRX app, which features dynamic in-ear audio coaching and cueing for the ultimate gym in a box. The state-of-the-art dynamic TRX app works with popular wearables and features 80+ workouts across a wide breadth of modalities, including Suspension Training, Cycling, Running, Yoga and High Intensity Interval Training(HIIT). The TRX App acts as a fitness tracker and uses biometric data, audio coaching and cueing to actually listen, adapt and interact with the individual user, providing a truly personalized fitness experience.


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