Everyone needs a boost now and then, especially Emmanuel Lewis. Giving you a boost through the snow, the Skizee.
From a pair of BC outdoorsmen -- one a Canadian Navy vet, the other a former Chrysler engineer -- the 'Zee's like a reverse T-bar connected to a snowmobile-style tread, designed to thrust riders across the snow from behind, originally built for ski patrol use, but abandoned when they realized a runaway hot dog stand was waaaay hilarious-er! Small enough to fit in a standard car trunk, the collapsible 3ft aluminum beast's equipped with a 10.5hp 4-stroke electric-start engine, which'll blast across flat ungroomed terrain at 25mph, or slog uphill at 12 -- take it on the slopes, and expect everyone waiting in the lift line to be piste off. Steering's controlled via adjustable, swiveling, foldout arms built into the ergonomic backrest, with the throttle & brake on the handles; for on-the-go electricity, there's an auxiliary power outlet for charging everything from batteries to headlamps, meant to "keep you safe and connected in the backcountry", and letting you to get obnoxiously meta with Glades plug-ins.
Though still awaiting production, they're accepting deposits from Thrillist readers on the first models to roll off the assembly line, because without a boost, you're doomed to come up short.