Don’t just walk on water, hop on it. The AquaSkipper ($479) will turn heads everywhere you ride and is unlike any other watercraft available. The hydrofoils and platform flame let you fly across the water by jumping up and down. Since it’s 100% human powered, the only fuel you’ll burn are calories. Check the video below to see it in action.
You definitely don’t need to jump out of the back of a plane to use a Montague Paratrooper Folding Bike ($850), but you’d look a lot more badass if you did. These are the same bikes used by American military paratroopers, so you know they’re built to handle punishment, while retaining the ability to collapse into a small, portable package. No tools required to deploy them anywhere, and stash neatly in the truck or your car, boat, RV, or plane.
The EMAD Dirt Rider Electric Skateboard ($600) carries riders over beaches, forest trails, and gravel paths with large, knobby tires at adrenaline-saturated speeds up to 20 MPH. Take the fun of surfing and snowboarding to skateboarding and offroad trails in one fun package. Powered by a 36-volt battery, the skateboard’s 800-watt motor provides enough speed to propel riders up to 330 lbs. over flats and hills, while the flexible trucks respond to rider weight shifts for sweeping 8′ turns.
Everyone remembers the iconic boat chase and fight scene from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Since the 1930’s, Hacker-Craft Runabouts ($65K-$130K) have been making 24′ to 35′ boats with twin and triple cockpit configurations, and are still available today. They provide a beautifully balanced ensemble of hull and power, a smooth level ride at any speed, and are the last word in luxurious water travel.
Instead of buying multiple kayaks for solo and multi-person adventures, the Point 65N Modular Kayak ($350-$1,800) lets you shrink and expand your Kayak’s capacity using snap-together modules. As an added bonus, there’s no need for a roof rack and tie downs – just break it down and toss it in the back seat.
Because everyone should have a bullet proof Jeep, Starwood stepped up to the plate with the Full Metal Jacket Jeep ($107,000). With a fully-upgraded long-arm suspension and Kevlar coated panels, about 100 hours went into this build making it one badass ride.