If you're the type who needs a bike that can withstand a parachute jump — and who isn't? — check out the Montague Paratrooper Tactical Folding Mountain Bike ($800). Designed for use by paratroopers, but equally as useful for taking up less space in your trunk, this rugged ride features 24-speed SRAM X-5 shifters, heavy-duty double cage aluminum pedals, a RST CAPA-T8 front suspension, and comes in a lovely cammy green that will blend into your surroundings, whether they be remote or urban. [Thanks, Brian]
Travel in style this summer in the Victorinox Special Edition Airstream ($59,000; June 15). Combining the expertise of two legendary companies, this limited edition 19-foot trailer was created to celebrate the Swiss Army maker's 125th anniversary, and features solid surface countertops, a retractable awning, modern cabinets and hardware, a custom bedding ensemble. It also includes a collection of Victorinox Swiss Army timepieces, kitchen cutlery, Swiss Army Knives and accessories, but if you want one, you'd better hurry — only 125 are being made. [Thanks, Adam]
The John Deere M-Gator A1 ($TBD) is a combat-proven military utility vehicle that you can now put to use in your backyard. Powered by an 854cc Tier II Yanmar diesel engine, the 6x4 A1 navigates the toughest terrain and features a keyless ignition, dual radiator cooling system, and ample cargo room (1650 lbs total payload capacity) in the front and back. Once only available to military organizations, now the A1 can be purchased by "first responders in search and rescue operations." But we're pretty sure if you've got the cash, you could buy one for your "beer and offroad operations." If you need a high-tech pack mule, check out the John Deere Military R-Gator ($TBD), an autonomous unmanned ground vehicle that lets you troops remotely control it from a laptop. Designed for recon in hostile situations, the R-Gator sports laser range sensors to avoid obstacles and bounce around the battlefield like the badass bot that it is.
Ever wish you could mix up your bike accessories as easily as you change computer peripherals? Now you can, thanks to Jango Bikes ($1,195 and up). These unique rides feature 16 ports that accommodate more than 30 plug-and-play QuickClick and QuickTrack accessories, including bottle holders, fenders, child carriers, racks, lights, storage, trailers, and more. Other features include a Shimano drivetrain, Dual Fit safety pedals, front and rear LED lights, and more.
Designed with the classic lines of sailing canoes from the 1800s but built with modern day technology, Caillou Boats have the capability of a kayak and the ease of use of a small sailboat. Lightweight but durable, these boats are the perfect marriage of style and functionality. There are three models available: the Okume ($10,457) with a mahogany deck and fiberglass hull, the Glass ($7,450) which is made from polyester resin and biaxial E glass and features solid mahogany trimmings, and the Teak ($12,760), crafted from solid teak with a hand-oiled or natural finish. Accessories include cane backed chairs ($155), a fishing rod holder ($125), Greenland style kayak paddles ($200), and a Sail rig ($850) so you can sit back and let the wind do the work.