Dean Cumming’s H20 Guides, based in Alaska, brought in this beauty. If you have an extra $2.5 million sitting around, we highly suggest picking one up.
Outdoor Research brought this tiny house, complete with queen size bed, kitchen, solar panels, and wood stove, as their base of operations.
Weston was best prepared for getting across the show floor in a hurry, Shame they didn’t leave the keys, we could have been on time for that 3:00…
Carabiner Coffee Co. retrofitted a classic VW van as into a caffeine mobile, which kept us up and running for the whole show.
When school gets canceled for a snow day, it would be a shame to leave the school buses idle. Soul Motion made sure that at least this bus will continue to roll in style.
And if the bus breaks down? Take the mini bike on the back, and tow the boards to the mountain.
Spyder and Audi paired up to make a clean, yet cozy, basecamp for adventures on the go. Summer campsites and winter storms, here we come.
Steampunk surfing? Don’t mind if we do.
Zeal Optics stripped a classic airstream to build out a showroom. Clever move, being that the hallmark silver, metallic exterior of the Airstream nearly worked as a huge mirror to check sunglass and goggle fit. Stylin!
Count us jealous of Dakine’s dreamy adventure van. Ample room for gear, slumber, and fun-tivities.
Crux Expedition Trailers fold up into a small and lightweight package, much like your backpacking tent. But unlike your backpacking tent, they unfurl into a huge shelter, with queen bed mattress, electric outlets, mini-fridge, and room to stretch your legs.