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Wave Cave

Wave Cave

Take the idea of the surfer sleeping on the beach to its literal extreme with the Wave Cave ($260-$320). This combination surfboard case and tent can carry your boards — up to four of 'em — safely from your latest crash pad to the ocean, where you can remove the tent from its dedicated pocket, clip it to the bag, and zip your way around to create a protective shelter, while the padding that kept your boards cushioned earlier now makes for a nice place to lay your head. Note: does not protect against high tide, or crab infestations.

  • Brunton Icon Binoculars

    When your life — or livelihood — depends on correctly identifying your prey over sniper-like distances, you want the very best binoculars you can buy. Which aptly describes these Brunton Icon Binoculars ($2,375). Packing high-end features like SK nano-coated prism glass, ED objective lenses, super-fast focusing, shock, water, and fogging resistance and a true grip rubber-coated magnesium alloy frame in brown or gray, they're the closest thing you can get to bionic vision.

  • ThermaFresh Cardboard Cooler Boxes

    We've all resorted to using a cheap Styrofoam cooler at one point or another, so we all know they suck, what with their flimsy construction, cheap looks, and sounds of foam-on-foam violence that echo through the backseat when they're present. Thankfully, there's now an alternative. ThermaFresh Cardboard Cooler Boxes ($15) use NorShield waterproof inner lining for weatherproofing and reusability, and thanks to their thick cardboard construction, they can keep 30 liters of goods cool for up to 36 hours in normal conditions with just two bags of ice. Best of all, they're made from 70% recycled cardboard, and are themselves recyclable — which is a lot more than you can say for the ol' foammaster. [via]