Kijaro Beach Hammock: $112.50
We love the Breeze Hammock from Kijaro for a day at the beach… no palm trees required. The lightweight aluminum frame folds up into a carrying bag— And it has double cup holders. Kijaro’s multiple available colors are chosen from around the world. As the country known for being a melting pot of cultures, we love the story of diversity this brand tells.
BOA Red, White and Boldly American Shorts: $32 - $42
If there’s any downside to Independence Day, it’s the heat of summer. But these shorts can help out. BOA USA makes lightweight shorts printed with your favorite country’s flag. Whether you’re a runner or just looking for a way to keep cool, there’s plenty of options for both men and women’s 4th of July apparel.
ICEMULE Waterproof Floating Cooler: $59.95
If you’re getting up early to watch a parade, and staying up late to light your own fireworks, then you’re going to need a cooler that can keep your drinks and picnic supplies fresh and cold all day long. And what’s 4th of July without some time on the water? ICEMULE coolers are 100% waterproof, and they float. And you know how we feel about floating gear.
The Nomadic Grill: $89Okay technically you can’t buy this grill for the 4th(yet). But we had to give a shout out to this Brooklyn-based company that designed the world’s most portable grill. It weighs only 10 pounds and folds up flat, so you can take it camping or wherever you need to go. In the meantime, you can always rely on a portable grill from Char-Broil, or check out a whole assortment of boat grills from West Marine.
Heading to the lake, beach or just need to protect your eyes from your epic fireworks display? You’ll need the right eyewear. Bonus, these float. Yep, sunglasses that float on water. Check out our newest Sapelos color feature—that perfect American red to complement your patriotic wear.