You don't have to spend much time on the beach to know that the summer heat can be brutal. On a wide open beach, there's really no where to run to escape it. That's why you use an umbrella to keep you cool and shaded when you need a little reprieve from our fiery hot neighbor across the solar system.
But if you're already carrying a surfboard, towel, cooler, sunscreen and whatever other odds and ends you need for the day, a big, heavy umbrella might just be the proverbial straw to break the camel's back.
Which is why you need the WaveCave. A fun name for a handy product, the WaveCave is a multifunctional surfboard bag that doubles as a tent where you can escape the sun. So it's no more difficult to carry to the beach than a surfboard itself, but offers the added bonus of shading your lobster-red body when you need it most.
And if you want to be a true surf bum, the WaveCave is crafted from a waterproof/breathable and can serve as an overnighter in addition to a sun shade. It has integrated fiberglass poles and sleeps two. Enjoy a solid night of sleep with some protection from the ocean winds and still be the first one there for morning breaks.
The WaveCave retails for £159.99 to £199.99 depending upon size. It's currently being built at a "secret location" in the U.K. and take about four weeks to put together for order. You can get more info here.
Setting the Wave Cave up is as simple as unzipping the bag, pulling the tent out, clipping it together and rezipping. You can also stake it down if needed. Watch this guy do it in about two minutes:
Via: The GearCaster