Get your overgrown yard in check with the Silky BigBoy Saw ($55). A whopping 14.2 inches in length, this multi-purpose folding saw features sharp teeth with four cutting angles down the length of the blade for smooth cutting of even the most challenging woods, a weight of one pound to keep your limbs from tiring, and a non-slip two-handed rubberized cushioned handle that won't wear down your soft, baby-like hands.
We're used to multi-tools that fit in your pocket, so seeing the Crovel ($85) for the first time was a bit of a shock. Named for its mashup of a shovel and crowbar, the Crovel also serves as a saw, axe, hammer, bottle opener, and more, letting you pack lighter while preserving maximum utility. Just don't let it fall into the wrong hands — if an axe murderer is deadly with his namesake weapon, imagine the damage he could inflict with this thing.
The start of baseball season got you wishing your lawn looked a little more like the well-manicured grounds at the ballpark? The Toro Lawn Striping System ($90) can get you there — assuming you have the good-looking grass to begin with. It attaches easily to most mowers — with or without bagging attachments — with a Phillips screwdriver, bending the grass down in the direction you're mowing as you move over it. All you need is 20 lbs. of dry sand — and we all have that lying around, right?