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Nalgene Flask

Nalgene Flask

Whether it's water or whiskey, the Nalgene Flask ($9) is ready. A manly alternative to the company's classic plastic bottle, the leak-proof flask sports a slim profile that's better for active outdoor usage, and comes with an insulated sleeve. Its 1-ounce cap makes for quick and easy shots at your desk, in the bleachers, on the trail, or in the bathroom. [Thanks, Evan]

  • The North Face Minibus 23 Tent

    Inspired by the 60's van of the same name, the North Face Minibus 23 Tent ($389) sleeps 2 people, perfect for the week-long camping trip or an extended stay at the local shanty-town. Unlike many tents, the Minibus can be setup quickly and provides space for several to sit comfortably, great for shelter from the elements — or laptop-based job searching. Large D-doors make for easy entry and exit, and high-low venting makes for great air circulation no matter the location.

  • Hustler Zeon

    Now you can rely on your local power-plant for the energy you'll need to mow your yard. The Hustler Zeon ($TBD) is the world’s first all-electric zero-turn riding mower. The riding-mower is emission-less, requires no gas or oil, and runs silent (no more earplugs). The Zeon uses two handles instead of a steering wheel (just like the tank in Battle Zone) to enable a true 0-degree turning radius. With 80 minutes of mowing time and a 42-inch side discharge deck, there's little chance Bob next door will be able to outdo you this time.