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Can-Am Outlander 6x6 ATV

When you work outside, you should really be able to enjoy what you do — and there are few vehicles designed for outdoor work that are more enjoyable than the Can-Am Outlander 6x6 ATV. Made with on-demand real six-wheel drive, you'll have a hard time finding obstacles too tough for the Outlander to tackle, whether you're crossing streams, climbing hills, or traversing forests. Its rear cargo bed features two levels and modular accessories that let you customize the way you store your tools and carry your load. And with a towing capacity of over 1,600 pounds, and a cargo capacity of more than 800 pounds, whether you choose to haul logs, carry rocks, store a job's worth of tools, or even pull less-capable vehicles out of the mud, there's really no job too big.

  • GCT CR-1 Carbon Fiber RV

    We're not sure about the company's claim that it makes camping more glamorous — after all, you're still camping — but we are sure you'd be hard pressed to camp in higher style than you can in the GCT CR-1 Carbon Fiber RV. As the name suggests, this unique camper is built completely from carbon fiber for reduced weight and more strength, and offers features like custom exterior lighting, marine-grade hardware, an interior filled with leather and carbon fiber, a large lounge area that doubles as a workstation, a walk-through master bath, and a flush-body design for enhanced maneuverability. Options include a smartphone control system, an integrated generator, a solar power system, a second awning, and, most likely, a second mortgage so you can actually pay for it.

  • Patagonia Simple Fly Fishing Kit

    Odds are, if you're a fisherman — or just consider yourself a general outdoorsman — you've probably thought about taking up fly fishing. But, if you haven't done it yet, you're probably a little overwhelmed by everything the sport entails. But with the Patagonia Simple Fly Fishing Kit, you don't have to be. The kit includes a tenkara rod (the simplest rod for fly fishing beginners around), a book of fly fishing techniques, a line, leader, and a box of one-dozen already-tied flies. It's everything you need to tackle the steep barrier to entry, and just start fly fishing this weekend.