Deck out your home with these backyard barbeque toys. 

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Filson Apron ($95)

Made from durable, machine-washable, antique tin cloth, this rugged apron is functional BBQ steeze at its best, with an adjustable nylon neck strap, oil-finished trim, and five pockets for all your grilling tools.

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Bose Free Space 51 Outdoor Speaker ($450)

Tested against all the elements including sunlight, rain, heat, ice, salt, and water, these wide-range, 360-degree outdoor speakers blend into foliage or mount onto any surface for clear (discrete) sound.

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(Courtesy Barebones)

Barebones Living Classic Gardener Set ($60)

You don’t need a green thumb to appreciate this well-crafted, stainless steel and bamboo set, complete with a cultivator, spade, and square hoe—sold together in a pine gift crate.

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Sunny Life Havana Bocce Set ($35)

Backyard beers are better with yard games. And this bocce set will not disappoint, with brightly colored balls and a handy carrying bag.

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Outset Leather Grill Gloves ($20)

Protect hands (and arm hair) with these long-cuffed grill gloves made from supple, thick leather, with a wrist loop for easy hanging storage.

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Solo Stove Bonfire ($350)

Inspire neighborhood firepit envy with this slick vessel, which features stainless steel construction with vents at the base to continuously pipe in oxygen to keep the blaze going. Plus, it’s got a lifetime warranty.

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Akorn 20” Kamado Grill ($299)

Grilling is about practice and heat management, but a master machine like the Kamado—with triple-walled steel, fold-out shelves, cast-iron grates, and the ability to hold a consistent temperature from 200 to 700 degrees—certainly helps.

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Snow Peak Iron Grill IGT 4 Table ($220)

The modular Iron Grill allows you to add on extra features like stove units, cutting boards, storage, and counter space to create your own customized prep kitchen for camp.

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For Explorers of the Kitchen

Treats and tools for the good-food obsessed.  (Courtesy Finex) Finex 12" Cast Iron Skillet ($195) The octagonal design of the Finex 12" Cast Iron skillet makes pouring off liquids a breeze, and the spring handle cools quickly to prevent seared hands. Buy Now (Courtesy Stumptown) Stumptown Coffee Hair Bender Subscription ($96 for three months) Sign up for a Stumptown Coffee Hair Bender subscription and the Portland, Oregon, company will ship eight ounces of fresh-roasted beans to your doorstep every two weeks. Buy Now (Courtesy Messermeister) Messermeister Oliva Elite Five-Piece Gourmet Set ($430) Treat food prep like the art that

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Brew Great Beer at Home

With so many great craft beers, you would be forgiven for asking, "Why make my own?" The answer's simple: for the sheer adventure of it. This stuff will help the end product taste pretty decent, too.  (Courtesy PicoBrew) PicoBrew Model C Brewer ($549) Trying to brew your own beer can be daunting, but the PicoBrew Model C brewer takes some of the fear out of the process. Using pre-made packs from craft breweries, it’ll whip up five liters of beer—from crisp IPAs to malt-y stouts—in roughly two hours. Buy Now (Courtesy Shine) Shine Vessels 32-ounce Squealer Growler ($40) A

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