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Eton Scorpion

Like a technological Swiss Army Knife, the Eton Scorpion ($50) is an all-in-one digital solution. Built into its small, rugged chassis is an aluminum carabiner clip, digital AM/FM radio tuner with NOAA Weatherband support, a speaker with audio line input, a headphone jack, a LED flashlight, and an USB charging port, all of which can be powered by a traditional DC connection, the built-in solar panel, or the built-in hand crank — you know, in case the fallout is blocking the sun.

  • ColdAvenger

    If you're planning on training up for Winter X Games 15, do yourself a favor and protect your face and respiratory tract with the ColdAvenger ($50-$60). This advanced cold weather mask employs a patent-pending ventilation design to mix inhaled cold air with exhaled warm air, keeping the temperature inside the mask up to 40º to 60ºF warmer than the outdoors, while still allowing for easy breathing during exertion and keeping your face dry. Sure, you'll look a little like a Star Wars extra while wearing it, but that's a small price to pay for warmth.

  • Mountain Boy Toboggans

    In today's world of carbon-fiber this and "unbreakable" polycarbonate that, it's sometimes nice to use an item that's the same today as it was 100 years ago. Mountain Boy Toboggans ($150-$300) are a prime example. The classic toboggans are made by hand using knot-free, flexible basswood planks that are steam-bent to form the signature front curl, and are finished off with stainless steel screws, genuine leather grommets, and an extra long rope. Available in 4-, 6-, and 8-foot varieties. [Thanks, Eric]