Plan on exploring the great outdoors this summer? Get prepared with one of these Moby1 Expedition Trailers ($5,500 and up). Available in specific models for motorcycles, (mostly) on road use, off-road use, and use anywhere your vehicle can make it, these hand-crafted trailers offer terrific build quality, full-size galleys, plenty of creature comforts, and sparse, no-nonsense looks that will make you the star of the camp ground.
With looks that do more than slightly recall a VW bus, the Dub Box Camper ($22,000) is a proudly retro way to hit the campsite trails this summer. For the price, you get a fully tricked-out, handmade unit with a double bed, a two ring gas burner, a retro-styled fridge, aluminum blinds, a stainless steel sink, a CD/MP3 player with a dedicated port for an iPhone/iPod, your choice of upholstery, flooring cupboards, and a fantastic two-tone paint job. [Scouted by Ryan]
What do you get when you mix an electric skateboard with a Segway? Something akin to the ZBoard ($500-$750). Available in Classic and Pro models, the ZBoard relies on foot pads instead of gyroscopes, but otherwise allows you to lean forward to move forward, lean back to slow down, and lean to either side for turns. It also features a 400W electric motor, a 40-inch deck, a top speed of 17 mph, a range of up to 10 miles, and a recharge time of just 5 hours.