Everything You Need to Tailgate in Style

Sure, you’re on the sidelines, but your fan game shouldn’t be.
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Twelves can show their support this season—and kill time waiting for kickoff—with the Seahawks Tailgate Toss. $69.99. Big 5 Sporting Goods, University Village, 4315 University Way NE; 206.547.2445; big5sportinggoods.com. // Therm-a-Rest Treo Chair folds up into a portable 10-inch package and weighs just 2.6 pounds, but holds up to 250 pounds. $99.95. Available at REI, South Lake Union, 222 Yale Ave. N; 206.223.1944; rei.com

The Coolest Cooler features a built-in blender, removable Bluetooth speakers, USB charger, bottle openers, plates and more—all ready to roll on extra-wide rubber wheels. Created by Portland-based inventor Ryan Grepper. $485. Available online at coolest.com.

Auburn-based Helly Hansen’s Kirkwall raincoat is a modern fisherman’s trench, pairing retro styling with welded seams to keep you dry. $125. Helly Hansen, Bellevue Square, 170 Bellevue Way NE; 425.451.7372; hellyhansen.com. // The MiniMax Egg boasts the Big Green Egg’s celebrated barbecue cred in a tailgate-friendly size. The 13-inch grill can cook game-day favorites, including four burgers, a rack of ribs and even a 12-pound turkey. Beware: At 90 pounds, this egg ain’t light. $599. Sutter Home & Hearth, Ballard, 920 NW Leary Way; 206.783.9115; sutterhearth.com.

Evrgrn Lowboy Lantern has an adjustable dimmer and hanging loop for easy carrying—from REI’s newly launched in-house brand aimed at the “urban wilds” market. $30. Multiple locations; rei.com.

 

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