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Angler Tarpon Kayak

Angler Tarpon Kayak

Kayaking is a great way to see the outdoors, but the kayak you use can make or break the day. Don't risk ruining your fishing trip by piloting a craft that's not supportive of the experience. The Tarpon 120 Angler ($1,000) has been specifically designed for fishing. In addition to the features you'd expect from a superior kayak, like carrying handles, a Keepers footbrace system, and a Phase 3 SOT seating system, the Angler also has two kinds of built-in fishing rod holders, and an 8-inch orbix midship hatch, perfect for storing fish or bait. The 12-foot long Angler is available in 8 different color combinations. We like orange.

  • Hustler Zeon

    Now you can rely on your local power-plant for the energy you'll need to mow your yard. The Hustler Zeon ($TBD) is the world’s first all-electric zero-turn riding mower. The riding-mower is emission-less, requires no gas or oil, and runs silent (no more earplugs). The Zeon uses two handles instead of a steering wheel (just like the tank in Battle Zone) to enable a true 0-degree turning radius. With 80 minutes of mowing time and a 42-inch side discharge deck, there's little chance Bob next door will be able to outdo you this time.

  • Scotts Classic Reel Mower

    Everybody's going green these days, and what better way to start than right in your own front yard. The highly rated Scott's 2000-20 Classic Push Reel Lawn Mower ($103) is lighter and more maneuverable than the gas-guzzler you've been using, and it's kinder to the environment, too (not to mention, much cheaper). With five heat-treated, sharpened blades, 10-inch wheels, and a 20-inch base, you'll be able to tackle even the toughest turf with ease. You might even lose a few pounds in the process.