The Crovel Extreme II fulfills a lot of complimentary needs. It's a crowbar. It's a foldable army-style shovel. It also works as a hammer, woodworking chisel, saw and bottle opener. Then there's the "Reversible Super Spike" attachment for the end that's good for breaking ice, splitting wood, breaching walls and chipping rocks. Every single one of those Super Spike actions can also be applied to zombies, crazed militants or general baddies. Quite frankly, the 4140 chromoly alloy and steel Crovel Extreme II seems to be far more useful in a bug out bag than it would be in normal civilian life. Everyone knows the zombie apocalypse is coming, so is that really a bad thing?
Everyone knows one guy who spends his paychecks on looking good. From perfectly fitted clothes to the finest accessories, he forgoes some of life’s other pleasures in the pursuit of the perfect appearance. To be honest, it can be hard to shop for this guy and his specific tastes, but we think these gifts will earn you some style points. ... continue reading
In an effort to rid your home of candles that look and smell like they belong in a shore home filled with wicker, we present these Black Skull Candles. Made of 100% paraffin wax, each will add a touch of stylish horror to your pad. Available in Single Large or Small 3-Pack. ... check it out
For the second version of The Minimalist keychain, the stylish shackle gets equipped with a handy bottle opener. The simple and stylish keychain is machined in the US from 360 brass. The pin is machined from 1018 steel and is then blackened. The Minimalist II holds up to five keys and comes with a key ring for holding car remotes or other additions. It’s a sophisticated and clever way to keep your keys in check. ... check it out
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Throughout history there have been men bound and determined to change the way everyone else experiences the world around them. ... continue reading