Skullcandy Fix earbuds
Headphones that stay put while running are like gold. That's why we're fans of Skullcandy's Fix earbuds, which are ergonomically designed to fit comfortably and securely. A microphone lets you answer calls and doesn't bounce around while you plod along. $50;
Pearl Izumi Thermal Conductive Gloves
It's a pain in the buns when you're halfway through a long, cold run and a bad song comes on your iPod, requiring you to unglove to skip it. No longer. Pearl Izumi's ($30) quick-drying, lightly insulated Thermal Conductive gloves have synthetic leather on the index finger and thumb, making it easy to answer a phone call or track through playlists.
eTrak ETC-100 GPS tracker
The ETC-100 GPS tracker ($130) is designed to keep tabs on your kids, but it's just as good at keeping track of your stuff. Stash the device in your luggage or saddlebag, or in anything else you don't want stolen (or are prone to misplacing), and it will email you location information when it goes AWOL.
TomTom Multi-Sport GPS watch
TomTom has long been a maker of high-quality GPS devices. The triathlete in your life will love the Multi-Sport ($200), with its run tracker, cadence monitor, swim sensor, and bike mount. It's incredibly slim and lightweight and features full-screen, engaging graphics.
Suunto Ambit2 S White Watch
The superslim Suunto Ambit2 S White ($400) is packed with training tools. Among them: a swim-stroke counter, cycling power meter, GPS, and compass. Plus, it syncs with more than 3,000 free sports apps, making it hands-down the most versatile training watch we've ever tested.