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Raven MPV

When you spend your days working outdoors, you know how important it is to get the most out of every tool you have — and that's exactly what makes the Raven MPV the perfect tool for the job. It's at once a riding lawnmower, a gasoline generator, and an all-terrain vehicle. Equipped with a 46-inch mowing deck, capable of mowing speeds up to six miles per hour, and with a 14-inch turning radius, it'll make quick work of your lawn. Easily remove the mowing deck and it transforms into a vehicle capable of pulling up to 550 pounds and speeds up to 17 miles per hour. And for when you need to use corded tools, just fire up the 7100 watt generator and get to work — it's ideal for everything from hedge clippers to small appliances.

  • Versa Foot

    Not many people can say they've won multiple X Games medals on both snowmobiles and motorcycles — and fewer still can claim they did it wearing a prosthetic leg they built themselves. But Mike Schultz, creator of the 2013 Popular Science Invention Award-winning Versa Foot, sure can. Taking what he learned from building his first prosthesis, Schultz built this prosthetic foot using FOX motorcycle parts, creating one of the most customizable prosthetic feet for athletic applications out there. Made with adjustable shock absorbers, interchangeable sole plates, four different ankle configurations, and durable construction that can stand up to mud, sand, snow, and water, the Versa Foot is ready to handle pretty much anything you can.

  • Goal Zero Lighthouse 250 Lantern

    Survival in the great outdoors isn't just about knowing how to act when situations look their direst — it's about having the right tools to get the job done, no matter what. And the only thing worse than needing tools you don't have, is having them but not being able to use them for lack of power. With the Goal Zero Lighthouse 250 Lantern you can recharge your devices no matter where you are, and get enough light to find your way out of the darkest situations. In addition to being a powerful, adjustable lantern that stays on for up to 48 hours, it's also equipped with a USB port that lets you charge a wide range of portable devices. And with rechargeable lithium-ion batteries that can get a charge from the included hand crank, a wall outlet, or a compatible solar panel, you won't have to worry about running out of juice ever again.