Unsatisfied with using your measly 5-person tent on your camping trips? The Moby1 XTR Series Expedition Trailer ($15,500+) might be more your style. This fully self-contained trailer is built to tackle any terrain you encounter in your travels. Options include a roof top tent with capacity of up to 4, bringing total capacity of up to seven, a sink with running hot and cold water, a hot water heater, a cabin heater, an outdoor shower, a free-standing awning, cabin air conditioning, solar panels (!), a portable toilet, and a generator to name a few. Camping away from home never felt so much like home.
Usually when you think of scooters, only one brand comes to mind (hint: it starts with a V). As classy as their scooters might be, Vespa has nothing on the Boxx Electric Scooter ($3995). At an incredible 1 meter long, this scooter has a top speed of 35mph, runs completely on electricity, and will surely warrant a few second-looks from the ladies. Trust us, you will be the only guy in town with one of these (unless you live in Portland).
A boat that runs on water? It might only be a concept, but the Luxury-sea MIG675 ($300,000+) is a boat that runs on hydrogen fuel cells(!). This 22 foot future machine has a maximum speed of 70 MPH, and a 500 HP engine that runs on sea water.
It used to be that the worst part about skiing (or wakeboarding) is that you needed to have somebody pull you behind a boat. Well, not anymore. This Skier Controlled Tow Boat ($17,000) from Solo Watersports will let you do the driving AND the riding. We are not kidding, this is a real thing, watch this video. The unmanned boat has a 2-stoke, 70-horsepower engine that can generate speeds up to 40 MPH and an auto-kill feature for when you
bust your ass decide you need a break.
What is more manly than owning a sailboat? Building your own sailboat. The super-masculine folks at Chesapeake Light Craft are helping all contemporary gentleman fulfill their nautical ambitions with kits for building your own booze cruiser. Start small with the Skerry model ($1299 for the Rowing Kit and $975 for the Sailing Component Kit), a 15-foot dinghy that can fit up to three adults. The best part: you order the boat, they send you all the materials you need (tools not included). The Rowing kit includes plans and instructions, pre-cut parts, seats, bulkheads, daggerboard trunk, epoxy kit, fiberglass for hull, and one pair of bronze oarlocks and sockets. The Sailing Kit includes sails, wooden mast and spars, mast step, tiller, daggerboard, rudder, and rudder hardware.