Igloo’s Daytripper bags, unlike some of the competition, won’t keep your ice frozen until the next presidency, but they will arm you for a complete picnic, and do so in style.
Update: This was available to Prime members for $40 earlier this week, but now it’s down to $36 for all Amazon shoppers, today only.
Last year, our readers overwhelmingly said that Tommy Bahama makes the best beach chairs, but we’ve since learned that they never go on sale. Like, never. Until now that is. Choose from several different models today, all for roughly 20% off their usual prices. That’s money left over for fruity drinks.
Beach season is here, and we want to know how our readers keep their favorite drinks cold while the sun is hot. Just be sure to check out the rules below, then kick off your sandals and head down to the comments to nominate your pick. Cheers!
There are a lot of strong opinions on shorts out there, but one thing is certain, if you do invest in a pair, they need to be versatile and fit well. The Myles Everyday Short easily achieves both these objectives, and with code KINJA20 you can get a pair for $51 shipped- their lowest price ever. Choose navy, black, or…
Here’s two grown men attempting to throw a piece of plastic at each other every possible way except the right way.
A beautiful dark boar emerged from sea foam and barreled onto the beach, in a vision out of Greek myth.
If you need a new beach chair for the summer, Tommy Bahama’s backpack cooler chairs swept away the competition like a tsunami to take the Kinja Co-Op crown.
Beach chairs have it tough. They have to be simultaneously light enough to carry, yet sturdy enough to keep you comfortable, all while resisting the corrosive forces of sun, salt, and sand. To put it simply, a lot of options out there simply aren’t up to the task. So we want to hear from our readers: What chair should…
Sometimes, it’s a Friday afternoon in July, and a deal pops up that’s the embodiment of a Friday afternoon in July. This is one of those deals.
You might think that a huge amount of information about a 12-year-old girl once celebrated as the "world's strongest seventh-grader" would surely exist online. That's the sort of thing ARPANET was built for, wasn't it? That, and allowing mainframe computers all over the world to talk to one another. But really, those…