This unique piece of outdoor furniture doubles as a heavy-duty gear hauler. It folds into lounger, cot, beach chair, and camp chair configurations and can carry all your other gear thanks to its durable aluminum frame and rugged wheels that can even roll over sand.
Next time you visit the beach, don’t take all of the sand home with you. CGEAR’s Sandlite beach mats have a patented layered weave that lets grains of sand flow through, keeping it free of sand, dirt, and dust. The mats come in 5’1″ x 6’6″ and 6’6″ x 6’6″ sizes in various colors. Great for picnics, too.
Going to the beach and eating pepperoni pizza are two of our favorite things, so this microfiber beach blanket makes perfect sense to us. While you can’t actually eat this 5-foot diameter pepperoni pie, you can always use your phone to have a pizza delivered while you sunbathe on it.
Gymnastics were always difficult for us. So color us impressed with this video of Michael Lewis performing 27 front flips in just 20 seconds. We’re equally impressed with the cameraman, who managed to keep him perfectly centered in the frame without tripping over himself while running. The backward version is just as entertaining.
This clever beach lounger folds into a backpack in seconds. In backpack mode, it’ll hold up to 35 liters of your towels, swimsuits, suntan lotion, and hats. In sunbed mode, you get a reclining backrest, a padded mattress, a wind-resistant towel, and a sun canopy. It’s also got an insulated pocket for keeping drinks cool.
Hybrid shorts are a genius idea, especially when they’re made with recycled poly plus cool cotton. Dive into any summer activity with Boardwalker Shorts by Linksoul, go-anywhere summer threads that effortlessly transition from the clubhouse to the links to the pool. The four-way stretch makes them as comfy as they are good-looking.
Surf’s up! Bottom’s up! Cocktail Courier dives into summer with a Surf Kit to make it easy to pack beach/lake/pool essentials. Inside are handpicked goodies from SoCal small businesses including YeahBah natural sunscreen, an Urban Beach House towel, margarita mix by Collins & Coupe, and a bottle of 100% agave Volcán Blanco.
This brilliantly-designed wagon from Malo’o lets you haul all of your gear to the beach, then converts into a padded loveseat once you unload it. It rides on puncture-proof, sand-friendly tires and holds up to 500 pounds. It comes with an ultra-wide beach umbrella that attaches to the back of the chair, plus a cargo net.
This video starts out like many other TikTok and Instagram clips – a beautiful, bikini-clad girl on a beach snapping selfies. But it soon turns to terror as model and singer Tara Coai places a 360º camera in her mouth, capturing a distorted perspective that makes her look like a monster straight out of Attack on Titan. More horror here.
Watching gymnast Oleg Chernyshenko pulling off the seemingly endless series of flips is impressive, but it’s the cameraman who managed to keep him in the frame the entire time while running sideways down the hill who takes the win in our minds. The second Instagram video shows the cameraman running alongside him.
A while back, maker Ivan Miranda built himself a robot which could write words in the sand. He’s back to build an upgraded version of the machine which can draw much faster than the previous one. It uses 50 mini servos to doodle, two mini tanks to drive, and Arduino Mega controllers for its digital brains.
Artist Jimmy Swift spent hours getting beat up by the waves and sand to paint this pointy rock off the coast of South Goa, India to look like an angry great white shark. It makes for amazing photo opps for visitors, though smacking into a rock might be just as dangerous as swimming with sharks.
An ingenious way to protect valuables at the beach. Simply drill the Beach Vault into the sand and load your items inside. It can even be screwed through a hole in the included beach towel. Nobody will know it’s there, and you can rest easy while you go for a swim or sunbathe.
Colin Furze wanted to see how deep he could dig on a beach, and figured he could go 10 feet without hitting water. So what’s an enterprising mad inventor to do? You build a beach hut with a basement. Keep an eye on Colin’s channel on 6/15 to see the finished build.
Matador’s microfiber towels are incredibly lightweight and come with a loop for hanging and a silicone case that has a built-in keyloop. They absorb up to 2.3x their weight and have anti-microbial coating. Available as a 15″x 15″ hand towel or a 47″x 24″ shower towel.
Sandusa’s washable bean bag covers are similar to their beach towels: the upper side is made of brightly colored cotton terry, while the underside is made of sand-repelling and waterproof nylon. It also comes with an inner mesh bag for the filling (not included).