If your idea of fun involves flying over dunes, tearing down trails through the woods, and ripping across whoops at top speed, then you owe it to yourself to check out the Polaris RZR XP 1000 ($20,000 and up). This model is completely updated with a 1,000cc double-overhead-cam, four-valve-per-cylinder engine that produces a best-in-class 107hp. With 16 inches of front travel, and 18 inches in the rear, it features custom Walker Evan anti-bottoming needle shocks, 29-inch Maxxis Bighorn tires, and an impressive 13.5 inches of ground clearance. Almost infinitely-customizable, you can really make it your own by upgrading the roof, windscreen, and much more.
Known for the superior optics in their Nikkor series of lenses, it shouldn't surprise you that Nikon would put together a pair of binoculars like the Nikon Aculon T01 Binocular ($70). This compact pair of binoculars (weighing in at less than seven ounces) is best suited for throwing in your bag when you head to a concert, a ballgame, or a short hike. Available in 8x and 10x models, they feature multilayer-coated eco-glass that helps images appear brighter, clearer, and more detailed. An ergonomic design and fully-adjustable rubber eyecups make them a pleasure to use and carry, even for an extended period of time.
Make sure all your gadgets have plenty of juice for a day of backcountry adventures with the Eddie Bauer Katabatic 2 Solar Tent ($TBA). The whole outfit is based on Eddie Bauer's popular Katabatic expedition tent — a three-person, four-season tent made to be roomy, lightweight, and strong. While still in the development stages, the tent will likely be paired with the Sherpa 50 Solar Recharging Kit from Goal Zero. It packs all the power you need to charge laptops, tablets, lights, cameras, smartphones, and more, while internal wiring will give you plenty of places to hook up. Available next spring.