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Silver Tears Campers

Based on the classic, handmade American teardrop campers from the middle of last century, Silver Tears Campers (From $17,000) bring this vintage design into the 21st century. Features include '32 Ford fenders, '39 Ford teardrop LED tail lights, a mahogany plywood and solid ash body, recessed interior lighting, hard maple countertops, leak-proof hinges, stainless steel ice box and ledge, a seven-gallon fresh water tank with an on-demand water pump, and options like a stainless propane stove, port-a-potty, and hot water shower system. Consider it the rustic alternative to that ultra-modern Airstream you've had your eye on.

  • B-Cycle

    We're big fans of Zipcar, the car sharing service, so it only makes sense that we'd be pumped about B-Cycle. A collaboration between Humana, Trek, and ad house Cripsin Porter + Bogusky, B-Cycle will soon be launching in Denver, with expansion plans in the works. Simply walk up to the B-station kiosk, pay, grab a bike, and go — you can drop off the bike at any other B-station with an empty dock. Just don't forget to bring a helmet.

  • Hyper Sub

    What do you get when you cross a powerboat with a mini submarine? The Hyper Sub ($TBA). Offering seating for up to four passengers plus a pilot, the Hyper Sub is ABS certified, and offers a surface speed of up to 40 knots and a range of 500 surface miles, thanks to twin inboard diesel engines good for 880hp and a 525 gallon fuel tank. Below the waves, the Sub can dive up to 250 feet using a self-charging electric over hydraulic system, and offers a 180-degree acrylic canopy and umbilical SCUBA support.