Sony DEV-50V DVR Binoculars

If you're in a situation where you need to use binoculars, you might as well give yourself the option of taking some pictures or video while you're at it. These Sony DEV-50V DVR Binoculars ($2,000) can do so with aplomb. The splash- and dust-resistant digital binoculars offer a huge 0.8x to 25x magnification range, XGA OLED electronic viewfinders, Exmor R CMOS sensors, Bionz image processors, Optical SteadyShot image stabilization, the ability to grab 20.4 megapixel still photos and 2D or 3D video, HDMI output, and built-in GPS for geotagging. Arriving in June.

  • McLellan Jacobs Kayak 1

    Like a yacht for the stream, the McLellan Jacobs Kayak 1 ($TBA) is an absurdly luxurious vehicle that will undoubtedly draw attention. But unlike a yacht, the Kayak 1 — with its carbon fiber body crafted by America's Cup boat builders, teak and ash detailing, and gold-plated brass fittings — won't be drawing attention from other people, but rather from fish, birds, and perhaps the occasional otter. Still, it weighs 40 pounds or less depending on what options you select, so odds are you'll still look presentable after hauling its nearly 13-foot shell from your vehicle to the dock and back, where you might actually see other humans again.

  • Function Ultralight Ski & Snowboard Carry Systems

    Carry your favorite form of over-snow transportation with you with these Function Ultralight Ski & Snowboard Carry Systems. Weighing in at a ridiculous 84 grams — that's less than an iPhone 5 — these carrying systems are made from Mil-spec Nylon webbing, with Hypalon edge protection, and offer the ability to carry your stuff in backpack (snowboard) or bandolier (skis) configuration. When they're not in use, just stuff them into the included Tyvek stuff sacks that measure just 3.5" by 4.5", or small enough to fit pretty much anywhere.

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