Light your next campsite or after-hours picnic without lugging around a massive torch with the BioLite BaseLantern. Using edge lighting, it puts off 500 lumens of light, yet is no bigger than a sandwich, with integrated fold-down stainless steel legs for added versatility. It's powered by a 7800 mAh battery pack that can run the light alone for 54 hours or use its two USB ports to keep your devices juiced up. There's also a pair of custom ports compatible with the company's SiteLights for extended lighting and Bluetooth LE for changing the lamp's color and turning on features like proximity activation and alarm mode. Also available in an XL version with a 12,000 mAh battery.
Summer is around the corner. And if you're going to carve your way down to the corner store or your corner office, it might as well be on a board as beautiful as the Woolsey x Uncrate Land Cruiser. In our latest collab, we worked with Sean Woolsey, the Los Angeles woodworking guru of jigsaws and jointers, to create the limited edition all-black board. Made of ebonized walnut, the deck is topped with recycled crushed glass grip tape and comes ready-to-roll with Abec 7 bearings, black OJ wheels, and black Bennet Vector trucks. Half art piece, half beater board, you can make it a daily driver or hang it on your wall. Limited to 25 boards.
Mixing striking design with lightweight performance, the Escobedo Sea Dart looks as good as it handles. This canoe-kayak hybrid is built from Joubert Okoume marine plywood that's sourced from France, certified by Lloyd's of London, and generally considered the best in the world, joined using a Viking-era construction method that sees separate panels overlapped, glued together, coated with fiberglass, and then hand sanded. The result is a boat that's stable, able to navigate shallow waters with ease, and sixteen feet in length, yet weighs just 55 pounds. Available in three subtle color finishes, each boat is built-to-order in Buda, Texas.
16 burgers or 24 hot dogs is a lot of food. The Traeger Pro Series Grill can handle that on its extra rack. It has a digital controller with "Advanced Grilling Logic" that uses an auger to move pellets from the hopper to the firepot as needed to keep the temperature within a +/- 15 degree range, ensuring precision. It has dual probes to keep tabs on your meat's internal temperature, and a convection fan to circulate the smoke from the firepot throughout the cooking chamber, eliminating hotspots and boosting efficiency. The main grilling area can hold as many as 9 racks of ribs, and the sawhorse-style chassis gives you a stable base of operation no matter how much food you're cooking.
Inspired by a love of water and fire and a constant desire for a hot bath, The Soak Wood-Fired Hot Tub takes its minimal design and red cedar seats from Japanese Ofuro soaking tubs. The Bauhaus style form is covered in a marine grade aluminum and held together with tig welding. A side accessed stove and stainless steel pipe allow for authentic wood-fire heating, while a propane heating option is also available for a less demanding soak.
Inspired by the handmade racing gloves of the '60s and '70s, these Velomacchi Speedway Gloves mix vintage style with smart new features. The palms are made from soft deerskin, giving you both control and dexterity, while the backs are built using scuff-resistant goatskin and have TPU finger guards that double as goggle wipes. They're finished off with reinforced brass rivets on the outer impact zone, conductive tips on the index finger and thumb for using touch screens, and secure Velcro closures.
Weighing in at under 1,200 pounds yet still offering everything you need for a short stay in the wilderness, the Timberleaf Camping Trailer is a smart alternative to traditional campers. The exterior is made from anodized aluminum, with colors on the side, clear anodizing on the top, and a rear hatch that opens for access to the handsome birch galley with sink, birch cooler, and colorful countertops. On the inside, there's a custom-made "Colorado" queen mattress, a large skylight, and plenty of storage. Best of all, you don't need a massive SUV to haul it, so you can go explore places larger rigs simply won't fit.
If you think a ping pong table belongs in the basement or garage, you'll think again after one look at the Woolsey Ping Pong Table. It can sit comfortably next to your other furniture or class up a rec room thanks to a solid Black Walnut top with a Sugar Maple center line. Ready to stand strong for years of intense matches, it also comes with four custom made walnut & maple paddles, five 3-star Japanese balls, a regulation size powder coated steel net, and a wall mounted rack to display your precious ping pong tools. And to show off its versatility, it's also able to convert into a conference table or a dining table just moments after game point.
Forget the trailer and landings — with the GoBoat, you have a personal fishing boat that can fit in your backseat or trunk. It has a round design with an inflatable ring around the edge and a stable platform in the center that supports both standing and seated positions, as well as any simple trolling motor. The result is a versatile, highly-portable watercraft that sets up in minutes, doesn't require a dock, and also doubles as a bumper boat for less serious on-the-water fun. Made in the USA.
This trash can is the key to your next great meal. As strange as that may sound, the Po' Man Grill can help you make a meal as delicious as any BBQ joint, and is incredibly cheap to operate. It's portable and easy to set up, just light some charcoal, add the meat of your choice, tilt the lid, and get ready to feast. But don't try and replicate it with your own trash can, as the Po' Man is made using highly durable rolled steel and stainless metals. Great food and an even better conversation piece for your next backyard BBQ.
With a design based on a traditional Alaskan Native Ulu knife, the Benchmade Nestucca Cleaver is small but equipped to handle big game quickly. It features a blade that is a little longer than four inches with a large radius that dramatically increases edge retention. It's more like a small hatchet than a cleaver, with a large large cutout in the center of the blade for your index finger to provide a steady grip as you prepare a King Salmon after a productive day of fishing.
No one likes lugging a full cooler to and from the beach or woods. With the Igloo Trailmate Cooler, all you need to do is pull. This trail-ready kit has oversized never-flat wheels and a ground clearance of 10 inches, letting it easily tackle tough terrain. Its 70 quart capacity lets it hold up to 112 "cold ones", and the insulated body will keep ice in solid form for up to four days. There's also a water-resistant storage area for your pocketable goods, a butler tray that uses the telescoping handles for support, and tie down loops for hauling other gear in and out of wherever it is you're spending time.
Designed in the same studio by the same people that brought the car to life, the Rolls-Royce Wraith Luggage Collection is the perfect accompaniment for a long trip. The collection includes a simple Garment Carrier, a Long Weekender bag, and a Grand Tourer rolling case. All three were developed using feedback from Head Butlers at some of the world's top hotels, and offer over-the-top features like handles that ensure equal weight distribution, invisible stitching done by white-gloved hands so as to preserve and protect the leather, magnetically-locking fasteners made from solid billets of polished aluminum, carbon fiber frames, and even self-righting wheel caps featuring the famous double-R emblem. Available by the piece or as a complete set of two cases, three bags, and one carrier, exclusively at Rolls-Royce dealers.
There's nothing more sacred than a perfectly cooked ribeye. The Otto O.F.B. Steak Griller is promising just that without leaving the house. Using radiant instead of convection heat, a pair of infrared gas units capable of 1,700º temps give your meat the steakhouse crust you long for while keeping the inside a juicy medium rare. A solid cast iron grid distributes the heat evenly and can hold the biggest Porthouse your butcher can dish out. And the grill isn't limited to just steaks — you can throw on burgers, chicken, fish, or whatever's hanging out in your meat tray.
Airstream's brand is synonymous with its iconic aluminum trailers. With the Airstream Nest, you're going to need to add molded fiberglass to the mix. The result of the Ohio-based company's purchase of Nest Caravans, production on these sleek two-tone campers is set to begin next year with a 16-foot model. By using an all-fiberglass monocoque design, the trailer has plenty of room and a modern interior yet weighs roughly 2,400 pounds, making it towable by smaller vehicles like crossovers and compact pickups.
Some Lego vehicle reproductions simply want to recall their inspirations without being overly complex. The Lego Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS looks like it could take off on its own if you could just find a gas pump small enough. Clocking in at 2,704 pieces, this 1:8 scale model was developed with the assistance of Porsche AG and is shockingly realistic. Its brick-based boxer engine has moving pistons, the double-clutch transmission with paddle shifters is fully functional, and the glove box opens just like the real thing, showing off the laser-printed serial number. It comes packaged with a full-color collector's book in a premium black box, with all the major components packed in separate boxes so you get a little added insight into how its real-world counterpart comes together.
Most yachts are built to sail the waters of the Caribbean or Mediterranean. The Kilkea Superyacht is designed to go wherever you want. Based on a supply-vessel platform, it measures nearly 270 feet long with a 59-foot beam, and has a steel hull certified for operation in light ice. Yet it still offers resort-class accommodations for up to 36 guests, multiple swimming pools, options like a submarine dock, underwater observation room, or on-deck soccer pitch, and, of course, a helipad with hangar. It can travel for up to a month without making landfall, has a top speed of 15.4 knots, and a cruising speed of 12 knots, making it an ideal mobile base for the adventurous mogul.
Sure you can cook pizzas in your outdoor grill but you won't get that perfectly charred crust without an authentic brick oven. Crafted from layered heat-proof composite stone, the Relic Portable Brick Oven is composed of three interlocking pieces, giving you the mobility lacking in traditional brick and mortar ovens. Multiple high-temperature cores paired with a custom chimney design ensure you reach and maintain the perfect pizza-baking temp. Two different bases give you the freedom to bake on tailgates, picnic tables, your Weber grill, or wherever Neapolitan-style pies are needed.
Keep tabs on both your fitness level and your game with the Garmin Approach X40 Smart Golf Band. Designed to be worn both on the course and off, it records typical fitness tracker data like your steps, calories burned, distance traveled, hours of sleep, and heart rate. But when you hit the course, it can track individual stats like fairways hit, greens in regulation and putts per round, average distance for each club, longest drive per round, and, when paired with the TruSwing golf club sensor, can even provide swing metrics in real-time, meaning it's the rare item that can improve both your golf game and your health.
Protect your belongings while making your baggage claim experience a little easier with FPM Bank Aluminum Suitcases. They range in size from a small vanity case all the way up to a full-on trunk, and are made in Italy from 100% aluminum based on a Mark Sadler design. Premium features include leather handles and interior straps, maxi butteryfly clasps, integrated TSA locks, and silent, stable wheels, plus the added bonus of being able to pick out your bag amidst a sea of dark-colored cloth rectangles.
Marrying a snowmobile-style track with a cafe racer-like posture, the Snoped is perhaps the sleekest snow speeder around. Its monolithic black aluminum body with exposed screws, puffy black seat, and vertical headlight and taillight looks like something straight out of the first order, while the lightweight chassis, 90cc motor, and Chrysler Sno-runner track ensures it's more than a mere prop. Sadly no word on whether designer Joey Ruiter or builder Jeff Long plan to make more.
Dubbed the "Silver Arrow of the Seas", the Mercedes-Benz Granturismo Arrow Yacht translates the three-pointed star's car design language to the water. Measuring roughly 46 feet from stern to bow, the boat has classic automotive proportions and a hybrid design that combines the feeling of an open boat with the benefits of a hull cabin vessel. The interior, which can accommodate up to 10 people, is lined in eucalyptus wood, and has an upscale bathroom, separate dressing room, and a host of luxe standard features like a wine "cellar", ice-making machine, high-end audio system and air conditioning. Of course, it's no slouch performance-wise, either, with two diesel engines providing a total output of 960 hp, giving it a cruising speed of 30 knots and a top speed over 40, depending on the load. Just 10 boats will be made, with a limit of one per country.
Whether it's an emergency/survival situation or you just forgot to pack enough water into the forest, the Sawyer Squeeze Water Filter will ensure you have fresh, clean drinking water. Its PointOne filter uses hollow fiber membranes comprised of U-shaped microtubes to block anything larger than 0.1 microns, letting water through while removing greater than 99.9999% of all bacteria and greater than 99.999% of all protozoa. Despite all this, it weighs on three ounces, rolls up into the collapsible pouch, has a push-pull cap for drinking straight from the filter, and can attach to most threaded water bottles.