1. TrailKeg ($200)

Get the most out of a great craft beer by toting it in this pressurized one-gallon growler with a self-serve tap. The lightweight, vacuum-insulated container keeps beer cold for 24 hours and keeps it carbonated for several weeks. Buy it at Amazon.

2. Dometic CoolFreeze CFX 35W ($799)

Tired of hauling ice to a campsite only to watch it melt? Dometic's electric cooler can run off a car battery or solar panel, can be split into freezer and refrigerator compartments, and can be monitored and controlled by Wi-Fi. Buy it at Amazon.

3. Igloo Daytripper Backpack ($60)

"This grown-up's wine-and-cheese lunch box is exactly what you need for a concert in the park." A partition keeps bottles from banging together, and separate pockets come packed with a cutting board, two cheese knives, and a corkscrew. Buy it at Amazon.

4. Picnic Time Manhattan Cocktail Case ($200)

This old-school leatherette case with velveteen lining manages to hold two hand-blown martini glasses, a 16-oz shaker, a strainer, a jigger, tongs, a bar spoon, cotton napkins, and cocktail picks. It also has space for two bottles. Buy it at Amazon.

5. Oliver Sweeney x Talisker Boots ($800)

These limited-edition Italian leather boots have a built-in compass on one ankle, plus a side pocket for a 2-oz ­stainless-steel flask. They're packed in a solid-oak gift box with a bottle of Talisker's 10-year-old single-malt scotch. Buy it at Oliver Sweeney.

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