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We asked three of the fastest people we know about the gear that lives in their carry-ons

Never let a noisy engine or a crying baby get between you and Elvis Costello

How to choose luggage for your next expedition to the Serengeti or the next regional sales trip to Akron

This knife is a testament to the logging tradition of Northern Maine.

This van comes with a stainless steal shower.

This wallet is carved from a single piece of wood.

Professional snowboarder Austin Smith turned this fire truck into a home.

You can sleep 50 feet above the ground in these orbs.

A mini-kegerator for craft-beer lovers who crave variety.

This tent is for the most rugged adventurers.

Fashion brand Taylor Stitch designed this bike.

The most sustainable kitchen knife on the market

Everyone needs this spork

Don’t leave this multitool at home

Buy this bike and the brand will donate a bike in your name

This coffee table is almost too beautiful to use.

A teardrop you can actually afford

This snow shovel can handle winter's worst.

This knife has dinosaur bone in the handle.

This is the only blanket you'll ever need

These are the last pair of sunglasses you’ll ever need

This helmet will help you have a worry-free commute

A camera bag that’s as tough as the terrain you tackle

Storing your bike has never been easier

This bike proves that the future is now

This e-bike can charge your laptop

This bottle will make your beer taste even better

This watch is making walking-talkies cool again

For sale: the world's nicest Toyota Land Cruiser

This awning is the ultimate car camping accessory

A collapsible water bottle that doesn't suck

Chevy just designed the perfect surfmobile

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