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Bear Star

No, you're not Batman. And you don't have a Utility Belt. But you can get close with the Bear Star ($85). This titanium line thrower makes sure that you'll get your bear bag (For non campers: a bag full of food and whatnot that you don't want near you while your sleeping in case Yogi comes calling) up and into an awarding winning height. The Bear Star also keeps your line tangle free (50 feet of highly-visible cable is included). Does not include a mask, a billionaire alter ego, or parental issues.

  • The North Face Dome Tent

    There's a reason eskimos lived in igloos — the shape is incredibly efficient at using heat. Now you can pack your own igloo up the mountain with the The North Face Dome Tent ($5,000). Offering an impressive 125 sq. ft. of interior space, this hemisphere-shaped tent can hold up to 8 people, weighs just 45 lbs., and collapses down to just 32" by 23". Other features include dual doors, two exterior windows with a chimney vent, and a rugged nylon Oxford exterior.

  • The North Face Patrol Avalanche Airbag Pack

    It may seem expensive, but if it keeps you afloat in an avalanche, it'll seem like a bargain. The North Face Patrol Avalanche Airbag Pack ($1,200) is a fully serviceable backpack, with internal pockets in the main compartment for organization, a ski or snowboard carry system, and a large tool pocket. The real highlight, however, is the integrated ABS airbag system that, with a pull of the handle on the left shoulder strap, uses compressed nitrogen to inflate two large airbags that will help keep you on the surface and make it easier for rescuers to find you. With a 95% success rate in real-world use, it might just be a life saver.