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Polaris Defense MRZR

We're not sure exactly why you'd need one for civilian use — unless you're just into the whole military aesthetic — but you can be sure that the Polaris Defense MRZR ($TBA) is rugged enough for pretty much any chore. Powered by a Polaris ProStar 900 engine putting out 88hp and avaialble in 2- or 4-man versions, they feature on-demand all-wheel drive, electronic power steering, a modular cargo system that supports rear-facing seats, and optional IR lights for stealth nighttime maneuvers.

  • Overade Folding Helmet

    When you're having to bring your mode of transportation with you into the office, size reduction matters — and while we've covered folding bikes before, they're only part of the equation. The Overade Folding Helmet ($100-$130) addresses the rest. This protective helmet was designed to save you room once the ride is over by folding into a palm-friendly size that's just one third the volume of the helmet when worn. Available in a few tasteful colorways, for a few extra bucks you can also get a matching protective cover and visor.

  • Mercier-Jones Hovercraft

    Feeling a little bummed about your holiday gifts — or lack thereof? Cheer yourself up by snagging your spot in line for a Mercier-Jones Hovercraft ($TBA). This ambitious craft — which is still in development, so put your Amex black cards away — features sportscar looks, a patent-pending directional control system for unprecedented maneuverability, carbon fiber and metal alloy construction, a single gasoline engine that supplies electricity to the three electric motors, and open-air, tandem sport seating for two. Arriving... whenever they're finished with it.