As the days get longer and warmer, many of us are feeling the itch for a more al fresco lifestyle. This means yard work, patio furniture, a new grill, and maybe even dusting off those unused hiking boots for a trip into the great outdoors. After spending the colder seasons cooped up and locked down, why not take advantage of the world outside your door?

 

Today’s Possible with Pay features a curated a list of practical solutions and must-haves for any backyard buff and nature lover. From multipurpose decor to multifunctional outdoor shoes, all of these products can be purchased with Amazon Pay for a quicker, smoother, and more secure checkout experience.

 

Solar Cool Flame Fairy Lights from Festive Lights

Add some whimsy to your outdoor lighting with the Solar Cool Flame Fairy Lights from Festive Lights. Using solar power and eco-friendly LEDs, these lantern-style hanging lights create a warm glow with a realistic flame effect while staying cool to the touch. The best part: the solar power makes them wireless, meaning easy install. 

 

Gtech HeatWave from Gtech

Make use of your outdoor space no matter the weather with the Gtech HeatWave from Gtech. The mounted heater is weatherproof and efficient, using infrared light to heat up to six metres in seconds. It adds a warm glow without any glare or noise, making it the perfect addition to any outdoor gathering.

 

Verve Mid WP Navy from Hi-Tec 

For those taking on backyard DIY projects or hiking, protect your feet with the Verve Mid WP boots from Hi-Tec. The lightweight, breathable material feels like a sneaker but is protective and durable like the best boots. The comfortable and waterproof design makes them perfect for spending the whole day in. And don’t worry, there’s a women’s version too.

 

Spikeball Rookie Set from SkateHut

No backyard is complete without a Spikeball set. The Rookie Set from SkateHut comes in a convenient bag so you can take the game and your competitive spirit anywhere. Slightly larger than traditional sets, it's perfect for beginners or a younger crowd. Set up the net and play with the rule book, or your own rules.