Yeah, fresh air is great and all but have you ever sat in a hammock chair?
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1.A portable, lightweight, pop-up two-person tent with metal stakes and tie-down cords for getting stuck in at the beach or in the backyard while avoiding the harmful rays cast by the star we orbit thanks to a UPF 50+ sun protection rating.
2.A vintage style, powder-coated steel patio rolling cooler to keep up to 110 12-ounce cans (with ice) cold up to 36 hours. There's a plug for easy drainage and the legs are removable if you feel the party isn't going anywhere.
3.A giant, hardwood, 54-block Jenga game that starts at two-feet high and can stack up to 5 feet before it all comes tumbling down. But careful, those blocks are heavy!
4.A super bright (but adjutable) 750 lumen LED camping lantern powered by 4D batteries (not included) for lighting up the woods or the backyard and surviving many summers with its impact resistant construction and a shatter-resistant lens.
5.A natural-grain solid wood Adirondack chair, because you're calling it now: this is your chair, it's not moving, you're not calling"fives" one it, and if anyone is looking for you, it's probably where they'll find you.
6.An eight-piece set of stackable, BPA-free, shatterproof 24 oz. acrylic drinking glasses for when you don't want broken glass all over your backyard after the BBQ. Note: handwash only.
7.A crank-lift 10-foot outdoor umbrella that'll tilt to 45-degrees for maximum sun-blockage while its vented canopy allows for added airflow and less wind damage. (Note: stand sold separately).
8.A modern update on the classic picnic basket made with durable polyester, water-resistant interior liner, and expandable drawstring top for cramming in a maximum number of snacks without spills.
9.A weather-resistant, steel wood burning fire pit with a spark screen and poker so you'll be able to perfect your s'more-making skills in the comfort of your own backyard.
13.A totally shady (and we mean that in the best possible way) folding camping chair with a canopy that raises, lowers, and tilts to blot out the sun wherever you want to sit. Also comes with a fabric bag with a handy strap for easy portability.
14.A canvas two-bottle wine carrier with a combo-corkscrew for rosé all day, Pinot noir at four, or Malbec o'clock.
19.A unpainted cornhole board, with cornhole bags and folding legs for easy storage, so DIYers with the desire to decorate can stain the wood or paint something a little more artistic.
20.An easy-to-fold-and-store soft picnic blanket with a water-resistant bottom for settling down outdoors no matter the locale from the backyard to the campgrounds. Spot cleans and air dries too.
21.A hammered copper serving pitcher with an ice guard to prevent spills, so when you're getting hammered on Moscow Mules you'll make less of a mess. (Note: hand wash only).
22.A dishwasher-safe, BPA-free two-piece tray set for transporting snacks, apps, and main courses to an outdoor setting with just a bit of added color.
23.A weather- and UV-resistant three-piece rattan table and chair set with easy to remove and clean seat cushions/covers for that relaxed indoor feel without the four walls.
24.A water and fade resistant floral multicolor area rug to brighten up the already bright outdoor areas around your home. Plus you can just hose it down for easy cleaning.
25.A cotton rope chair hammock, because maybe you're not quite ready yet for that fully horizontal-hammock experience. And that's OK. You'll get there one day.
26.A brightly colored indoor/outdoor horseshoe set made from rubber so when you inadvertently chuck a shoe into the neighbor's yard it'll be easy to find and you probably won't break anything.
27.A waterfall discovery wall that encourages STEM learning (because kids need that) with maze ramps, water wheels, and water buckets to keep the little ones occupied for a few valuable minutes (because you need that).
So until artificial spiderweb hammocks become available to the public, you're stuck with all this other great outdoor stuff.
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