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Cooler Torch LED Koozie

By: on November 11, 2015
$19.95
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Is there a tear in your beer? Next time avoid an accidental IPA salting with the Cooler Torch, an LED-underlit drink koozie. Torch sleeves look like standard drink holders, and fit the same litany of cans and bottles (baby included!), but have a heavier base with the built-in tech to set your libations aglow. The Cooler Torch's 9 LEDs are also multi-colored so you can choose from a white, green, or red rave in a bottle.

Though the light-up koozies obviously achieve their best effects under transparent containers, their glow will still spill out the neoprene sides and through cracks for easy location when holding those that are opaque.

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The Camping Doughnut

Ooh, a tent that looks like one of those obstacle course tubes I used to crawl through in gym class and the fat kids used to get stuck in crawling through in gym class. The Camping Doughnut, an easily collapsible and...

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The BevBuckle - Retractable Drink Holder Belt Buckle

$24.95 - $34.95 from BevBuckle »

The BevBuckle is business in the front...wait...nah. It's a chunky metal belt buckle with your choice of anything from a longhorn to a largemouth bass on it that flips down to form a perfectly sized, perfectly stable...

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Stargaze Swinging & Reclining Camp Chair

$219.95 from NEMO Equipment »

Lean back, take a sway to and fro', and have a little look at the night sky with NEMO's Stargaze reclining camp chair. A portable seat that swings & leans, leans & swings, the Stargaze looks to help you relax after a...

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Chill-O-Matic Automatic Drink Chiller

$25 from Amazon »

The Chill-O-Matic is for when your friend Cornelius takes the last sodie from the fridge and doesn't. Put. More. In! Cornelius, you jackass! It's like, it's like...what's that, Sugar Lips? Huh. She-Ra: Princess of Power...

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The Best Gifts for Outdoor Adventures

Recipients of the Best Gifts for Outdoor Adventures are the types who'd trade 4 walls for 4,000 feet, smart home devices for the smarts to build a home when left to their own devices, and a weekend Netflix binge for a...

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SmithFly Shoal Floating Tent

$1,499 from SmithFly »

We've seen tents in the trees, so why not tents on the water? The Shoal tent combines the floating fun of an inflatable raft with the after hours coverage of a sealed, waterproof canopy. That I sure hope is stronger than...

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Family Bug Out Bag

$969 from OuttaGEAR »

If my family were to bug out, probably the first thing we'd do is tear apart this bag of supplies in search of the Xanax and Scotch it does not contain to help calm ourselves down. Luckily, in the event that one of us...

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EURO Blackcan Hot Water Heated Camping Mat

$389.99 from Amazon »

Yep, the EURO Blackcan hot water heated camping mat looks like it will keep you nice and warm at night during winter or high altitude camping trips. But I prefer another, way, way less complicated and expensive method...

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Dual Beer Glass

$35 from Etsy »

At first I thought the Dual Beer Glass was intended for sampling two different types of beers at once, and I was like, How the dickens am I supposed to keep one from spilling all over my crotch when I'm drinking the other?...

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The Can Stamp

$6.95 from Can Stamp »

Ever since the days of colonialism and the American Frontier...no...way before that. Ever since the days animals began eking out a drop more urine even when they didn't have to pee just so that they could piss on things...

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BioLite Smokeless Fire Pit

$199 from BioLite »

BioLite doesn't make its FirePit smokeless with "a weird chemical fuel or a gas flame." It's all real wood, real crackles, and real dancing blazes that you can get lost in, or gaze into for signs from the Lord of Light....

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Tonke Fieldsleeper Camper

By: Tonke »

The Tonke Fieldsleeper isn't just a camper, it's a camper straight out of The Brady Bunch. Check out that wood paneling and groovy baby blue laminate interior. Sure, mint green or rusty orange would have been better...