Garmin Oregon

Garmin Oregon

Disappointed by the iPhone 3G's lack of turn-by-turn GPS? Supplement it with the new Garmin Oregon ($450; Fall 2008). The rugged, waterproof hand-held Oregon features a high-res 3-inch color touchscreen that allows you to tap or drag through maps and options. It also features a WAAS-enabled receiver that locates your position quickly even in deep cover. A MicroSD card slot for optional mapping and data storage rounds out the offering, ensuring that no matter where your travels take you, you'll be prepared.

  • Prowler Stealth Cam

    Need to get a shot of someone (or some thing) without their knowledge? The Prowler Stealth Cam ($450) is up to the task. Designed for hardcore hunters, it packs a 5 megapixel cam for daytime pics, and a 2 megapixel infrared-capable cam for black and white nighttime photos. Set to shoot on motion, it features an SD slot, 42 infrared emitters good out to 50ft., time, date, moon phase, and temperature stamp on each photo, and a video setting adjustable from 5 to 90 seconds.

  • Mayan Hammock

    Slow down this summer and kick back in a Mayan Hammock ($85). More comfortable and easier to control than regular rope hammocks, the massive 10 ft. by 7 ft. hammock accommodates at least two people and can hold up to 800 pounds, meaning it can deal with the extra pressure should your lounging lead to more strenuous activity. On the other hand, it could also hold a full keg right next to you, making you the envy of your not-as-lazy-as-you-are neighbors.

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