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Kammok

Kick back hammock-style nearly anywhere with the Kammok ($85). Made from diamond rip-stop nylon, the Kammok can comfortably sleep one — which of course means two — and uses a new, versatile suspension system dubbed the Python Straps, all of which packs into a water resistant compression sack that weighs about a pound fully loaded, making it the perfect above-ground shelter for your next camping/boozing adventure.

  • Necky Vector 13 Kayak

    Normally when buying a kayak, you have to settle with the maneuverability of a sit-in or the freedom of a sit-on-top. With the Necky Vector 13 Kayak ($900), you can have both. This 13-foot polyethylene craft features a touring seat with backband, a mesh storage pouch, a bottle holder, a quick seal bow hatch with a Cross Lock buckle system, a nylon tank well cover, and an optional rudder system for an extra $200.

  • Wavejet

    It was only a matter of time until we saw electric surfboards, but Wavejet ($TBA) isn't quite what you'd think. Instead of strapping an outboard engine to a crazy-large board, the Wavejet is a Personal Water Propulsion (PWP) engine that attaches to and can be used with a variety of watercraft, including kayaks, boogie boards, and, yes, surfboards. Its twin-lithium ion battery pack is good for over 30 minutes of cruising, and offers 20 lbs. of thrust, or enough to make it 2 to 3 times faster than paddling and a helluva lot more fun.