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Dutchtub

What's the biggest problem with hot tubs? They pretty much have to stay in one place. The Dutchtub ($7,200) is a portable hot tub that warms its water by way of connected outer pipes that coil around a fire basket, letting a natural fire do the work of warming the water all the way up to 113 degrees Fahrenheit. It also features a wine bottle holder with space for ice to keep your white/bubbly cool while you stay warm in the water. With available BBQ, chimney, and trailer accessories, we can't wait to get our hands on one and take it to the closest beach we can find — which unfortunately for us is hours and hours away.

  • Gas-Powered Remote Controlled Speedboat

    Raise some hell out on the lake this summer with this gas-powered remote controlled speedboat from Hammacher Schlemmer. The 5' long boat ($1500) is propelled by a 24cc Fuji engine that uses regular gasoline and 2-cycle oil, and reaches speeds up to 35 mph. It's got a fiberglass hull, a large 65mm stainless steel propellor, and is controlled by a dual-servo, two-channel handheld remote. The best part? The boat comes pre-assembled, so you can rip open the package and start slicing up the water without a ton of assembly.

  • L.L. Bean Horseshoe Set

    Summer is almost here, so it's time to start getting your arsenal of outdoor beer-drinking activities together, and none is more classic than horseshoes. We recommend the L.L. Bean Horseshoe Set ($60) for its high-quality forged-steel horseshoes and solid-steel stakes, and for the handy rule book and carrying case that let you take the fun with you when you're traveling — whether it be out to the local lake for some camping, or just to your buddy's house for a cookout.