23 Amazing Outdoor Products That Must Have Been Designed By Geniuses

A LifeStraw to give you peace of mind when you’re camping. It’s designed to eliminate 99% of waterborne bacteria and certain parasites, and it filters contaminants as small as 0.2 microns. Plus! Each LifeStraw will last long enough to effectively strain 1,000 gallons of water.

An outdoor drink stakes set that’ll securely hold your glass of lemonade in a safe spot. No more setting your soda on the ground only for it to fall over on the uneven ground, get kicked accidentally, or be invaded by ants.

A portable, hand-operated espresso machine so the great outdoors and its lack of electricity doesn’t interrupt your daily caffeine infusion.

A stainless-steel insert because, gosh darn it, the weather’s nice and you want to have a family pizza night. Good thing this kit converts your charcoal grill into a fancy schmancy pizza oven so you can enjoy custom pies at home.

A cooler light if you’re tired of fishing around — and basically freezing your hand off — for the right drink. It shuts off automatically after 20 seconds so you don’t have to worry about draining the battery.

A portable pop-up firepit to spare you the hassle of having to build a campfire from scratch. Set up takes less than 60 seconds and doesn’t require tools, it’s smaller than a camp chair when you disassemble it, and it weighs only 8 pounds.

A set of color-changing inflatable pool balls that’ll entice you to actually get in the pool, even if it’s just to pose with your new lights for Instagram. They’re solar-powered and will last about eight hours on a charge.

A portable, all-in-one golf cleaner so you can hit your wedge shots with just the right amount of spin — just like the pros. It has a built-in spray bottle, a scrub pad, brass groove cleaning tools, and a brush you can use after a round or even between holes to make sure caked-on dirt doesn’t prevent you from making a hole in one.

A portable solar-powered light and charger for adventurers who want to always be prepared. This waterproof, multi-use charging station and light lasts up to 50 hours on a single charge, offers two-way charging, and weighs less than your phone.

A waterproof Bluetooth speaker because outdoor activities are always better with good music. This small-but-mighty speaker products 360-degree sound, lasts 24 hours on a charge, and is splash-proof, rain-proof, dust-proof, and safe to use in the shower.


A magical sand-sifting mat if you think it ~shore~ is annoying when you’re at the beach and your blanket is covered in sand. It’s large enough to fit the family, and durable, quick drying, and water-resistant.

A pocket-sized blanket that’ll save you space and keep your tushy dry. It’s made of a durable nylon and polyester that resists punctures and is easily folded down into a square that’s small enough to fit into your pocket.

A portable paw washer so your floors aren’t covered in muddy footprints after letting your dog inside. Inside the container are soft bristles that lift dirt and grime from the pads of your pup’s feet — all you need to do is add water.

A portable, foldable solar panel for ensuring you can charge your devices while you’re off the grid and in the middle of nowhere.

A mosquito repellent that creates a 15-foot skeeter-free zone because these pesky bloodsuckers have ruined far too many camping trips.

Or a mosquito-repelling camping lantern if you want the added benefit of it providing bright light. No more sprays, lotions, citronella candles, and — most important, mosquitoes.

A camping hammock with built-in netting to prevent any mosquitoes from terrorizing your shut-eye.

A water-resistant portable stadium seat with a mesh seatback pocket that’ll probably make you want to throw away your bulky camping chairs. It converts to a two-person bench pad if you lay it flat.

A sunshade triangle so you can create some much-needed shade in your backyard or on your camping trip. This heavy-duty sunshade is designed to block up to 95% of UV rays while blocking the sun to keep you cool.

A splurge-worthy pop-up tent for creating a spacious shelter that allows you and up to seven other people to enjoy the outdoors no matter the weather.

A foldable shovel that’ll do basically anything you ask of it. In addition to being a shovel (duh!) it can be a hammer, how, pick, and saw. And when you want it out of the way, fold it down and store it out of sight.

A pack of biodegradable body wipes because sometimes a leaf just isn’t going to cut it.

A survival bandana if you want to be prepared for whatever Mother Nature throws at you. It’s filled with a wealth of useful information, like how to collect and purify water and how to signal for help.

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