During his youth, designer Frederik Roijé was inspired by the design of industrial chimneys in Holland. We've been there. Hell, we still think smokestacks are cool. Rather than just taking a cool picture and throwing it up on Instagram (which definitely wasn't a thing at the time), Roijé decided to channel the idea into the Smokestack Outdoor Firepit. At almost two feet wide, and over six feet tall, the Stainless Corten steel (this special metal was developed in the 30s and has a protective film that also lets the metal weather to the cool copper you see here) behemoth is the perfect centerpiece of any garden party, backyard barbecue or castle gathering.
It's just about that time when we can all think about spending more time outside. Along with bike rides and trips to the beach, that means a good quality fire every once in a while. Sitting in a circle with a group of friends (probably with adult beverages in your hands) is great in and of itself, but everyone knows ... continue reading
Real men don't spend their entire summer in air-conditioned comfort. The warm weather and abundant sunshine make this time of year the perfect to go exploring the great outdoors, and right now is the time to gear up to do so. From now until 7/28/14 you'll save 16% on all the outdoor gear we've rounded up in this curated collection. So ditch the couch for a weekend, lace up your boot and get outside. ... check it out
Round these parts, when we use the word pot it's for not for something you use to store plants, it's the plant itself. In fact, this might be the first time we've ever covered a flower pot at all, but the Pothra has been worth the wait. Designed by the creative minds at everyone's favorite out-of-the-ordinary watch ... continue reading
Listen up, skip that bed full of odd vegetables you're never going eat but are just planting to showoff, and keep that bit of money. You're going to need it if you plan on buying the most spectacularly useful piece of lawn and garden care equipment around. Simply connect the RoboReel Water to a spigot and you'll ... continue reading
Every baseball fan has noticed and admired the outfield grass at a ballgame at one point in time. (If you’re a Mets fan, it’s just about the only thing on the field worth looking at.) Many have even gone home and tried to recreate the checkerboard pattern in their front lawn but to no avail. If you’ve ... continue reading
With rooftop gardens popping up in Brooklyn and big-name chefs touting their locally grown produce, gardening is enjoying a bit of a guy-friendly rebirth of sorts. Despite being dominated by the likes of Martha Stewart and fuchsia-shaded kneeling pads for the last few decades, gardening is – and always was – ... continue reading
Have you ever gotten out of your Lamborghini Gallardo and looked at your yard only to find it in disarray? Of course not. People who own Gallardos don't do their own yard work so it's never in disarray. But that didn't stop the good folks at Lamborghini from licensing their brand to tool maker IKRA for use in the line ... continue reading
Look, standing in your yard and watering the flowers isn't exactly going to redefine the idea of masculinity. I mean, it's admirable that you take care of your garden, but... it's not going to make you feel like a badass. The folks at Nelson Industrial decided to incorporate a little awesome into this activity ... continue reading
You want hoes, Sneeboer's got left and right handed hoes, and even Dutch hoes just waiting to get down and dirty. To help you partake in one of the oldest professions, gardening that is, Sneeboer offers the best garden tools made from hand-forged stainless steel and quality wood. The Sneeboer Tool Collection has everything ... continue reading
Previously, there just haven't been very many improvements on the hedge trimmer, which sucks when you're the one doing the yard work. Luckily the makers of Garden Groom saw the problem and addressed it with an easy way to trim the hedges. It cuts and collects all of the clippings, making clean up simple so you have ... continue reading
No tool shed should be without the SKIL Cordless Shrub and Grass Shear. You'll cut through anything in your garden with ease thanks to laser-cut diamond ground blades and a comfortable ergonomic handle. Need more convenience in one tool? Don't sweat it because you can also change the blade for lawn shears or a shrub ... continue reading
Get your hands on (or in) these award winning Japanese designed work gloves. The grip on the palms display interesting patterns, featuring Japanese characters, numbers, pictograms and more, making them the coolest pair of work gloves we've ever seen. Wear them to protect your hands or flip them over and sport them ... continue reading
Forget those flimsy wooden sticks, light up your backyard with something tough. And we mean really tough; these canisters survived the Vietnam War and have been repurposed as the coolest Backyard Tiki Torches ever. Complete with dents and other scars of war, each Fuel Canister Tiki Torch tells its own tale.
The Hustler Zeon Riding Mower took a special place in our hearts right away with its fantastically manly yellow and black construction site appeal. But this mower really won us over with how quiet and convenient it is with no emissions, gas, oil or belts. Also, featuring precision engineering, you'll find yourself ... continue reading
Make hauling tools, mulch or anything else much easier with the Fold-it Cart. Weighing in at only 33 lbs, this surprisingly strong cart can carry a load up to 330 lbs. And because who wants more stuff to store, the Fold-it Cart lives up to its name, folding down to a nice compact size. It scores additional convenience ... continue reading