Top 5 Products to Get You Through Any Cold Tailgating Day
It’s opening night for the NFL and we’re already seeing the weather rear its head. Severe thunderstorms forced the season opener between the Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles start 30+ minutes behind schedule.
So, what is a tailgater to do when the weather takes a turn for the worse? Make sure you’re prepared, of course! Here are 5 items you need to weather any tailgating storm!
This is a no-brainer for any hardcore tailgating fans who want to outlast any storm. With an extra tough construction that can bear the brunt of wind gusts and a patented gutter system, the Gutterpy is the go-to choice for anyone who wants to stay dry and party longer. What’s more, you can customize it with your own branding or graphics, or choose from our many stylish colors and patterns. Interested? Click here to submit your order inquiry
It may be cold and wet, but you still want to be able to hold your beer (or soda) without your fingers turning blue. Enter the beer mitt! It’s an all-in-one beer koozie and mitten, so it keeps your hands warm and your beer cold. You can get them off Amazon, or if you’re a supporter of local craftspeople, check out Etsy’s huge selection of handmade beer mitts!
Another obvious recommendation, you definitely want to keep your clothes dry while you’re out enjoying the pre-game shenanigans. Grab one with your team logo on it, or check out this high quality poncho from Stormtech.
Wool socks? Yes, wool. You may be picturing thick and bulky socks that make your shoes fit tight, but thanks to technology in 2018, wool socks are low profile and super comfortable. Wool is optimum for cold and inclement weather as they are able to wick away moisture while still keeping your toes warm! We love Wigwam’s variety of wool socks as they are super comfy and warm, and reasonably priced!
For those really cold days, it’s nice to have something a little more than just a blanket to keep you warm. This QMark Fahrenheit MMHD1502T Portable Utility Heater is ideal at 9lbs, and it plugs into a standard 120 volt outlet. If you’ve got a big space with multiple tents considerone of these gas powered forced air heaters (or if you’re in the middle of a frigid winter!)
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