Entries in Cold-Weather (3)


Campfire In A Can is Guaranteed to Heat Up Your Tailgate

Campfire In A Can Burning InsideWith late fall and early winter peeking around the corner, it’s never too early to start to get ready for some cold weather tailgating. So, we know that taking down swigs of Jack will help you stay all warm and fuzzy inside, but to truly beat that cold chill you need to check out the Campfire In A Can ($240), the portable propane fire pit.

Campfire In A CanThe Gas Can’s precision craftsmanship and 3-spoke burner design produces a good old-fashioned, roaring fire. Certified and tested to CSA standards, it produces up to 64,000 BTUs; it is literally the hottest campfire on the market. The product’s high-efficiency propane regulator and adjustable shut off valve allow easy control of desired fire size. Safe to burn on a wood deck or patio carpet, The Gas Can is the only campfire with a certified zero clearance to combustibles underneath it.

The Gas Can’s innovative pedestal style base provides safe and easy internal storage of the 10-foot propane hose and regulator. A realistic ceramic one-piece log set with super glow ceramic woodchips gives the fire an authentic wood burning appearance. The Gas Can’s aluminum canister top functions as a stand and a protective carrying case, and its collapsible handle folds flush for easy storage. It has a removable cooking grate that is perfect to throw down a skillet for those morning tailgate omelets.


Tailgaters can now Fire up More than Grills

The TempachairTailgaters in those cold parts of the country will no longer have to pile on the layers of blankets and extra clothing to endure open air activities during the late fall and early spring seasons. The tempachair™ provides comfortable, welcomed warmth for up to 4 hours at a time through a micro fiber heating element sewn directly into the chair’s seat.

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The Worst Possible Flip Cup Conditions

The next time you hear someone complain during a flip cup game about a breezy 5 MPH wind, remind them it could be worse. Here is Exhibit A. By the way, the girl in the orange is our pick for MVP, in a losing effort. Not only was she the only one-flipper, she was trying to block the blizzard winds as well! Kudos to you, girl in orange jacket.