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Peak Sled

Peak Sled

Traverse the hillside in style this winter on the Peak Sled ($300). Crafted from ash wood, this modern German-made sled is designed for both performance on the slopes and for display back at the lodge. Other features include brown polypropylene seat webbing, metal runners, and a wood handle on the tow rope for added mobility after the ride. Not recommended for use with any non-caloric, silicon-based kitchen lubricant.

  • Treetent

    Not all of us are cut out for camping in the traditional sense, as sleeping on the ground can induce some nasty visions of bugs and small animals crawling around your domain. The super-awesome Treetent ($50,000) solves this problem by being both a tent and treehouse at the same time. Dreamed up by Dutch sculptor and designer Dré Wapenaar, the Treetent is 13 feet tall, and boasts a hardwood floor and a round mattress, making it perfect for those more intimate outdoor moments.

  • Smith Optics I/O Snow Goggles

    The winter sports season is quickly approaching, so start gearing up with these I/O Snow Goggles from Smith Optics ($160). They boast full interchangeability, a rimless design, a spherical, Carbonic-X lens, and a QuickFit strap adjustment system. Whether you're sledding, skiing, or snowboarding, these will do the job nicely.