City Without Limits

Slick, rugged, must-have accessories for the mean streets of metro adventure

    Photo: Lendon Flanagan

Get around town with help from a TUM YETO FOUNDATION CHEAPO VALTERRA TRIB skateboard ($150) outfitted with durable Ruckus trucks and smooth 52mm Cheapo wheels. (619-232-7523, www.tumyeto.com)

Check out the DC SHOES/INCASE SKATEBAG ($129, available through Apple)—designed exclusively to house the Apple iBook, an iPod, and your board. (800-692-7753, www.apple.com)

When you need a zip-up hoodie to wear to and from the gym, pull on the PATAGONIA DOUBLE TOP SWEATSHIRT ($82). It traps heat without weighing you down. (800-866-4595, www.patagonia.com)

With sticky Vibram soles, the TIMBERLAND MONT CHAMS ($95) can handle everything from boulder scrambles to downtown rambles. (800-445-5545, www.timberland.com)

Next time you bungee-jump off a bridge, film your fall with SAMSUNG's VM-A680 cell phone from Sprint PCS ($299). A built-in videocam records 15 seconds of color footage. (888-253-1315, www.sprintpcs.com)

VERSION's LO CASH sunglasses ($60) combine 1970s disco style with performance: Gradient lenses, darker on top than bottom, block out glare from above and let you see clearly ahead. (866-734-5746)

The SONY NW-HD1 ($400) is the world's smallest 20GB digital music player. Thirty hours of playback and electronic shock protection—drop it and you won't lose your music—sweeten the deal. (800-222-7669, www.sonystyle.com)

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