Have you been good this year? Like, really good? Well, then you may just deserve one of these dream gifts.
Santa’s making a list and checking it twice. And with so many cool gear gifts out there, we sure hope you’re not on the naughty list. Here are some of the most drool-worthy mega gifts that will make the outdoorsmen and women in your life jump for joy come Christmas morning.
DJI Mavic Pro 2 Drone: $1,469
The ultimate consumer drone, this portable beast is ready to capture any adventure. The Hasselblad camera provides epic image quality, and the 3-AXS gimbal makes for a smooth video experience. It has a flight time of 30 minutes and folds down for easy travel.
NordicTrack x22i Incline Trainer: $2,793 (Save 30%)
The NordicTrack x229 Incline Trainer is like having a personal trainer at home. With a 40-percent incline, you can start training for that epic backpacking trip or mountain adventure. Reflex cushioning provides maximum comfort and support. And with the 22-inch interactive coaching screen, you’ll have instant access to more than 700 on-demand workouts. Get ready to crush that New Year’s resolution and train all year round.
Cake Kalk Electric Motorcycle: $13,000
This bike is like nothing we’ve ever seen. Fully electric, it’s smaller and lighter than a motorcycle and has the agility and power to explore off road. With plenty of torque and a silent electric motor, it offers a dreamy ride and lots of get up and go. And with three digital presettings, it lets every rider explore at their own level. Preorders open now, with bikes shipping in January.
CVT Mt. Denali Rooftop Tent: $3,295
When you want the best in camping comfort and quick setup, it’s time for a rooftop tent. And Oregon-based Cascadia Vehicle Tents (CVT) is a leader in the market. The Mt. Denali tent can easily sleep the entire family. Made of heavy-duty ripstop canvas and complete with built-in LED lighting, this tent will let you comfortably ride out whatever Mother Nature sends your way. And if you don’t need something quite so spacious, check out CVT’s most popular tent, the three-person Mt. Rainier.
Okluma Titanium DC1: $499
Need an exceptionally useful light in a teeny tiny package? Then it’s time you met the Okluma Ti DC1. It pumps out up to 800 lumens and can easily fit into your pocket. It includes a battery, a cigar box, and a no-questions-asked lifetime warranty.
The Ultimate Ski Setup: $2,045
Nothing makes a powder hound happy like a slick set of skis, boots, and bindings. With a twin rocker and hook-free taper, the Salomon QST 106 Ski ($700) is one of the best all-around big mountain skis out there. The Scarpa Maestrale RS Alpine Touring Ski Boots ($795) have a responsive flex for backcountry fun, and the carbon-infused Grilamid web-frame shells provide plenty of support during adventurous alpine tours.
And to round it out, we have the Salomon S/Lab Shift MNC Bindings ($550). As our editor noted during testing, “It gives skiers the benefit of downhill bindings (safety, convenience, and performance) and pin-tech bindings (smooth pivot, light on feet) for uphill touring.”
REI Everest Base Camp Trek: $4,299
Anyone who’s ever dreamed of visiting Mount Everest but doesn’t want to risk life and limb getting to the top will love this travel adventure. Spend several days hiking to surrounding villages and see the fabled Khumbu Ice Fall and its towering seracs from a distance. Then hike to the summit of Kala Patar for an unobstructed view of Everest’s windblown summit. It’s truly a bucket-list experience.
Alpacka Raft Alpackalypse: $2,175
Packable, portable, and outrageously fun, the Alpackalypse pairs the maneuverability of a hard kayak with the portable fold-down package of a packraft. The 400-denier Vectran is built to stand up to the gnarliest whitewater, and the rockered hull design makes for a playful ride. And if you think packrafts are just for floating down calm water, check out the video below. It will have you dreaming of charging holes and surfing waves.