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Blue Ridge Camping Hammock

This isn't your typical backyard relaxation spot. The Blue Ridge Camping Hammock ($140) is instead made for use in rough terrain, with a nylon pack cloth bed, nylon rope, aluminum alloy poles, and no-see-um netting. It's also ready for bad weather, thanks to a nylon rain tarp and two interior pockets to keep your stuff dry, and it weighs just 4.25 pounds, so you won't need to stop for the night quite as early.

  • 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.

  • Sauna Box

    Set yourself up with a steam room pretty much anywhere you want with the Sauna Box ($41,000). Built into a shipping container, this semi-portable sauna is designed to be completely self-sufficient, with solar panels providing the power and a wood-burning stove. Features include a red cedar interior, integrated iPod stereo, electric guitar hookup, Castor stool, a magnetic truck light, and bronze antlers. [Scouted by Aaron]