Otterbox built its reputation keeping water out of its containers. The Otterbox Venture Cooler earns its keep by keeping water from forming inside. Certified bear-resistant, its rugged design can hold ice for up to 14 days and has been drop-tested on every side and edge, empty or full. It's also customizable, letting you quickly attach accessories like a cutting board, dry storage tray, cup holders, and dry boxes, and the integrated handles double as tie-down anchors. Available in 25, 45, and 65-quart capacities and three outdoor-ready color schemes.
A child's toy this is not. Capable of firing projectiles at high speed, the Assolar Laser Slingshot is a serious weapon. The infrared sight and laser flashlight make finding the target easier, and the ergonomic grip makes it comfortable to hold. Remove the laser, and you can transform the slingshot into a machine capable of shooting an arrow, making an already powerful weapon even more lethal.
Sportscar-like performance meets the off-road prowess of an ATV in the Can-Am Maverick X3 Max. A 154 hp turbocharged Rotax Ace engine linked to a high-performance QRS-X CVT provides imperceptible lag and impressive acceleration. The ultralight, rigid Dual-Phase 980 steel chassis places all four passengers lower to the ground, so you feel more connected to the vehicle. And the all-new four-link TTX suspension with 20-in of travel, Fox 2.5 Podium HPG Piggyback shocks, and 14-inch aluminum wheels and 28-in Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 six-ply tires give you stable handling on the toughest of terrain.
There are some products that you didn't know you needed until you see them. That's the case with the StakeLight. If you've ever tripped over a tent line, wished you could find your tent on a dark night, or just wanted a little extra security at your campground, they're a perfect fit. The StakeLight LED provides 10 hours of continuous light or 24 hours in strobe mode. It's powered by a 1 AAA battery and is encased in water-resistant housing. Each one is light and easy to add to your camping gear, and after one use you'll wonder how you ever camped without them.