Directed by Wiland Pinsdorf, Samparkour shows Sao Paulo from a Parkour viewpoint; it’s shot in HD with a 35 mm lens adapter and follows Zico Correa across rooftops. Thanks, Nate!
This ain’t no Boy Scout tent: the Orange Solar Concept Tent packs photovoltaic fabric, RFID-activated lighting, underfloor heating, a Wi-Fi touchscreen and induction charger.
Made from recycled materials and powered by Li-Phosphate batteries, Husqvarna’s Panthera Leo concept is smart and green: an LCD shows speed, cutting height and battery life.
Show your neighbors who’s king of the sod with the Mow-Aerator; the 1.5″ spikes attach to your riding mower’s tires, letting you mow and aerate your lawn at the same time.
Men have largely moved on from saving damsels in distress to cooking juicy ribeye steaks, but this Swashbuckling BBQ Sword lets them do both; it’s a 19″ long skewer with double-tongs.
Iriver’s LZR Racer Aquabeat is an MP3 player that is designed for underwater use; it’s good at up to 3 meters and features 2GB of storage with up to eight hours of continuous playback.
Highly portable, Kingsford’s O-Grill weighs just 24 lbs; it features a 225 sq. inch surface (good for 8-10 burgers), 9450 BTU burner, piezo-electric ignition, retractable legs and carrying handle.
The Element Grill brings modern style to the backyard; it comes in stainless steel or powder coated versions, all of which feature a dual-zone cooking system in a small form factor.
Grace Audio’s Aqua Sounder lets you take your iPod poolside without worrying about getting it wet; a dock streams music to up to 10 floating speakers, with a max range of 150 feet.
Make the best of the remaining snow season with these battery-powered Core Heat snow gloves; they’ll heat the entire length of your fingers and back of the hand. Thanks, Jaap!
The RuckJack is an interesting two-fer: it’s a lightweight, waterproof jacket that can be easily folded down into a backpack, making it ideal for any number of outdoor situations.
Jared Bouck takes paintball seriously, and with his dual-barreled turret who are we to argue? It can be controlled wirelessly from half a mile while blasting out 34 balls per second.
It won’t be teeing off with humans anytime soon, but Precise Path’s RG3 is an ultra efficient robotic golf green mower; it’ll do 100% coverage in a single pass with straight lines.
While it may not pack as many tools as Topeak’s Alien II, this Increase Utility Knife by Stussy sneaks in a few goodies, including a pen light and tone-on-tone Stussy graffiti logo.
Featuring a blast furnace for a chimney effect, the Grilletto is a portable charcoal grill that folds in half for easy storage; it also includes 170 sq. in. of cooking surface and a roasting oven.
Ideal for chugging down some Chianti poolside, these Trek Wine Karafes hold 750ml of fermented grape nectar in a stainless steel vessel that won’t add chemicals or unwanted flavors.
We’re not sure how airworthy these Star Wars Kites, but with Spring just around the corner we can’t think of a better way to spend a sunny day in the park; they’ll be in stock 4/12.
The Kor One water bottle may be pricey, but reviewers love that it’s BPA and lead free, easy to keep clean, doesn’t retain flavors or smells and features an ice-cube friendly mouth.
Ideal for getting up close with the fishies, Liquid Image’s Pro HD350 is a hands-free videomask that can shoot 5MP still pictures and 720P video at 30 fps at a depth of up to 100 meters.
Fujitsu’s F-01A seems destined for some primo beach time; it’ll survive up to 30 minutes underwater and features a 3.2″ touchscreen, 5.2MP camera, GPS and TV tuner.
In addition to controlling your iPod, the Nike+ iPod Watch Remote takes their Sport Kit one step further: it’ll give you voice feedback on your time, distance, calories burned and pace.
North Face’s Mercurial Jacket is reversible not just for looks: the baffled silvery side allows heat to escape and reflects 39-47% more of the sun’s rays than the warming black side.
Light and portable, this Hill Racer Toboggan features a self-locking, two-way folding system (either flat or as carried like a backpack); it’s made with beechwood, steel and aluminum.
While it may not be enough for the end of the world, this Ultimate Survivor in a Bottle is versatile in a pinch, with a blanket, poncho, rope, compass, multi-tool, first aid kit and more.
If Santa’s Rocket Sleigh wasn’t enough, this Super Sled by Ky Michaelson (known as The Rocketman) is a Radio Flyer with aluminum rails and an actual rocket strapped to the back.
Sure, you say you’re buying Porsche Design’s sled for the kids, but with an aluminum frame, stainless steel runners, faux leather seat and “Porsche” stamped on top… stop kidding yourself.
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