Ever find your trusty Nalgene from college a little too sloppy on your outdoor adventures? Graduate from that old bottle to the Camelbak Water Bottle ($12). Featuring a unique bite-valve that contains no moving parts, you simply bite and sip. It holds around .75 liters of water, fits most cupholders, has a built-in handle that make it handy to attach to a clip or carabiner, is dishwasher safe, and — wait for it — is spill-proof, even when left in the open position. Excellent.
Reclaim your backyard with this hardcore mosquito trap. The Mosquito Mega-Catch ($200) uses a strip of octenol (resembles the scent of breath), a UV bulb, and flashing LEDs to attract the blood-sucking pests, and when they get close an airflow system sucks them inside, where they're collected in a mesh bag or liquid catch pan. An integrated LCD and timer lets you program the machine so the trap operates around the clock or only during the evenings. And with results like these, you know the Mega-Catch is a badass: "In a USDA suburban test, our trap captured up to 1,200 mosquitoes in a single night and diminished mosquito populations over an entire acre." Take that, bitches.
No, not that kind of grass — the Grass Armchair ($235) is made from a different organic material — the grass that grows on your lawn. The kit is a simple cardboard frame that you put together, fill and cover with dirt, populate with grass seeds, and water until you have the perfect outdoor throne. Sitting on the lawn has never been so fun.