If you really, really need your morning cup o' joe no matter where you are, check out the Brunton BrewFire Dual-Fuel Coffee Maker ($TBA; February 2009). This unique coffee maker is fueled by either propane or butane fuel, letting you brew up to eight cups of java pretty much anywhere you want.
Stay warm, dry, and odorless in Sierra Designs Echo Sleeping Bags ($500). Featuring a waterproof, breathable DriZone shell and storm flap, 800-fill-power goose down insulation, a snag free zipper, and jacket-style hood, the true star is the Funk!Off antibacterial lining that uses a titanium-oxide coating to help get rid of smells, keeping the bag (and you) smelling and feeling fresh.
Ditch the traditional saucer sled and have a ball this winter on Mad River Rocket Sleds ($95-$275). With two adult styles and two for children, the company's sleds offer quick-release lap belts and comfortable knee pads that allow you to ride in the kneeling position, improving control, balance, and steering capabilities. Just remember to watch out for trees.