Stainless steel water bottles wrapped in cork.
A watch made from bamboo.
A light and roomy teardrop trailer.
A Japanese inspired knife.
A home office for your garden.
A child-sized motorcycle
This desert abode is built from 12 shipping containers
Nailing the perfect ratio of utility and technology, this folding knife ($295) from Shinola won us over with its timeless design and modern materials. The 2.6-inch stainless steel blade is housed in a titanium handle and deploys with the push of a button. An integrated belt clip keeps the knife secure…
A duffel bag that celebrates our National Parks.
A wallet made from upcycled fire hose
A rooftop tent that coverts to a treehouse.
The shell of this Ducati was lovingly hammered from three sheets of raw aluminum and then melded with mahogany veneer panels.
You could turn your Jeep or Tacoma into an off-road beast. Or you could just buy this bad-ass side-by-side buggy instead.
A fully-featured adventure vehicle.
Most snowboard boots are ugly. Not so with this collab from Danner and Burton.
The 18-foot Mantis trailer (from $32,500) is just short enough to fit in a standard garage, but long enough to sleep four adults, and high enough to stand in
This modular home sleeps four.
Handcrafted in Italy, the Bike Butler ($4,265) is much more than just a bike hanger. An Elipson IC4 Bluetooth speaker is mounted inside, and there's also a wireless phone charger and four USB ports to charge accessories like bikes lights and a GPS.
BioLite just created a smokeless fire pit.
Outrageous is the only apt descriptor for this 888-horsepower Mercedes G-Wagon from Brabus ($784,781).
Your next sweater should be made from Alpaca wool.
The ultimate adventure vehicle from Ford.
This bike is made from whiskey barrels.
The ultimate mountain rescue vehicle.
A watch infused with flowers and moss.
A special edition Honda Rebel motorcycle.
Pendleton just made a rocking chair.
The most luxurious rally car ever made.
Spice up your commute with this flashy bike.
A three-inch blade you'll always want on your side.
If weight is no issue, this is the ultimate base camp tent.
A badass Mercedes adventure rig.
This wearable ensures you'll always have a tool handy.
An artistic tribute to one of our National Parks.
A limited edition motorcycle inspired by a jet plane.
A fully electric Volkswagon bus.
An electric version of the wildly popular Honda Super Cub.
A telescoping cooking stick.
A murdered out pocketknife.
Not Just Another Badass Adventure Trailer
A mashup of a Tesla and Land Rover Defender.
Trail runners that celebrate our National Parks.
A packable jacket that looks as good on the bike as it does in the city.
A watch that pays tribute to America's first fighter pilots.
A leather fly wallet.
Fender just released its first Bluetooth speaker and it rocks
A restored 1937 Yellowstone tour bus.
A beautiful longboard handcrafted in Africa
A cool custom BMW
An overland camper you can use all year
When it comes to pizza, trust the Italians
The saying, "straight out of a Mad Max film," gets overused. But really, this custom motorcycle ($40,000) looks like it's straight out of a Mad Max film.
This 3.25-inch fixed-blade knife ($20) looks more like a USB drive than a tactical blade when housed in its sheath and hung around your neck.
This Australian teardrop (from $42,300) unfolds like origami into a proper backcountry basecamp.
A Bond villain's Land Rover Defender.
A phone case with a built-in lens system.
One Badass Electric Bike
How to pedal (and eat) your way through Chianti country.
This Heritage Edition Defender 90 was one of the last Defenders to roll off the line before Land Rover ceased production on the beloved SUV. Now it's for sale.
An RV big enough to carry all your toys.
This tent opens like a clamshell.
A lens replacement program for your sunglasses.
A treehouse in Cape Town, South Africa.
The Conqueror 490 ($42,850) will go places an Airstream can only dream of.
This knife is so good it has been around for 200 years.
Here's why you might consider an overlanding trailer: it's heavy to tow, but capable of going almost anywhere. And, once you park and set up camp, you're free to use your truck.
This bike concept from Budapest has one giant saddle built into the top tube so two people can ride it at once, or a cyclist can pedal solo.
A stylish way to carry your laptop.
Go ahead, be a sheep and get the same insulated metal growler as everyone else. Or you could be a forward-looker and opt instead for this growler ($68) handmade from slip-cast ceramic. The sides are a full half-inch thick to keep your brew cold and the neck is carefully crafted on a potter's…
A fiberglass Airstream trailer
With transparent rooms, Buubble Lodge is the best place to watch the northern lights.
This tiny home has a full bathtub and a dishwasher
A guitar handcrafted from repurposed whiskey barrels
A hammock stand that mounts to the roof of your car.
A custom Ducati to benefit the Shiners Children Hospital
A burly Austrailian-made camper.
Airstream designed a bike.
A new everyday carry knife from Kershaw
Custom maps made on silk.
This glass will actually make your whiskey taste better