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Terroir Pocket Knife SHOP

Forget slick color coated handles on your pocket knives, and get a bit manlier with the Terroir Pocket Knife. With a thick rosewood handle, the Terroir Pocket Knife is basically the knife any outdoorsman would want to cuddle with at night. The knife, which was originally designed in France and produced by Baladeo, sports a 3.5" stainless steel blade and clocks in at 3.4 ounces. There's no fancy set of tweezers or any plastic toothpick, just a high-quality blade you can use to remove splinters and pick whatever you just cooked over your campfire out of your teeth with (be ultra careful with that part). ... check it out
$19 buy
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Prometheus Quick-Release Flashlight

Using a tiny flashlight attached to your keys comes with the annoyance of jangling your keys around anytime you try to shed light on something. The Prometheus Beta-QR Flashlight is a simple solution. The quick-release flashlight is a seriously powerful LED light that you can easily detach from your key ring when need ... continue reading
$45 buy Related Items: Flashlights, Gear, Outdoors.
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Nice Laundry Sock Drawer Makeover SPONSORED

After Nice Laundry launched their Spring/Summer 2014 collection, they sold out of things within 24 hours. Now that they're are back in stock, grab as much as you possibly can before they're long gone. Check out their "Sock Drawer Makeover", which is 18 pairs of fresh, high-quality socks for $99 with free shipping, a fraction of the price you'd pay elsewhere. Plus, they'll recycle all of your old socks for free--whether you're a Rebel or a Prepster, that's some Spring Cleaning you'll actually do this year. Cool Material readers can receive a special, limited-edition bonus pair with their first order. ... check it out
$99 buy
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BioLite KettlePot

When the BioLite CampStove came out it was one of the coolest gadgets we had seen in a while. We love disconnecting as much as possible, but that doesn't mean we don't want to take pictures, listen to music and play games some times. All of those things require gadget power, and the CampStove did that. Then the BioLite ... continue reading
$50 buy Related Items: Camping, Gear, Outdoors.
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Sitka x Case XX Hobo Knife

The hobo knife can get a bad rap because of its name. You're not a hobo, so why do you need a hobo knife? More importantly, it's not just a knife, so why is it named like that? Something like utilitarian utensil set would be a more fitting name, but that doesn't sound as cool. But I digress. Having a folding fork, ... continue reading
$120 buy Related Items: Camping, Gear, Outdoors.
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Le Retro Knife

Based on a classic design from the 50’s, Le Retro Knife is throwback to the multifunctional knives guys used to always carry around. Complete with two blades, a saw, a bottle opener, a punch hole, a corkscrew, and a piercing tool, Le Retro Knife will keep you prepared for any of life’s random curveballs. The true ... continue reading
$75 buy Related Items: Gear, Outdoors.
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Bodum FYRKAT Mini Charcoal Grill

Even if you've made a serious investment in a state of the art grill for your deck, you'd be wise to get something a bit more portable for pop-up excursions. If you're going this route, might as well spend your money on something as sharp as it is functional. The FYRKAT from Bodum is a mini charcoal grill (11.6" x ... continue reading
$60 buy Related Items: Food, Outdoors.
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Campfire Weekend


 If there’s a better way to spend a few cool summer evenings than around a campfire with some food and a few beers, we haven’t thought of it. Of course, just walking out unprepared would be foolish. Assuming you’ve got all your camping essentials covered—tent, sleeping bag, full, face-warming beard—here are the items you’ll want while you sit around the fire. ... continue reading
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This post is sponsored by Kia.


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Floating Cork Knife

It might be a rare occasion, but if you have ever dropped your pocket knife in a pond while out camping, you know the annoyance involved in retrieving that sucker. The Cork Knife eliminates any fear of cutting rope on the side of a lake or whittling wood over a creek while you're on your next trip. The cork handle ... continue reading
$26 buy Related Items: Gear, Knives, Outdoors.
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Joseph Bowen Micro Hatchet TAD Edition

What is this, a hatchet for ants?? The Joseph Bowen Micro Hatchet TAD Edition is a unique little guy that is unlike any other knife you've used before. Due to the smart design of the blade, you can use this Micro Hatchet with one hand (it sports a three-hole grip) and cut through harder objects than you'd imagine. ... continue reading
$160 buy Related Items: Gear, Outdoors.
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Vipukirves Axe

Despite the fact that this looks like some funky windshield scraper, it's actually a really smart ax. The Vipukirves Axe's unique design eliminates a few problems you may have encountered while chopping some firewood. First off all, because the bulk of the weight of the ax is toward the back and off to the side, it ... continue reading
$205 buy Related Items: Gear, Outdoors.
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M48 Kommando Tactical Tomahawk SPONSORED

To add a bit of awesome to your next camping trip or day of outdoor work, gear up and grab this tactical tomahawk. The M48 Kommando Tactical Tomahawk is as useful as it is beautiful. Manufactured by United Cutlery, the tactical tomahawk sports a wide, upswept ax blade and a sharp pick on the back of the head. Whether ... continue reading
$40 buy Related Items: Gear, Outdoors, Tactical.
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Vapur Eclipse Anti-Bottle

We already liked the Anti-Bottles from Vapur, but didn't always want a neon blue drinking vessel that stands out like death metal fan at a Justin Bieber concert. The Eclipse series is more our speed. Available in either Olive Green or Night Blue, the collapsible plastic bottle is ideal for camping, hiking, or climbing. ... continue reading
$12 buy Related Items: Camping, Gear, Outdoors.
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Life is Precious Survival Kit

Nobody said you could't look good while fighting for your life in the wild, right? If you agree with that - as ludicrous as it may sound - this survival kit designed by Fort Standard would make for an aesthetically pleasing struggle. The kit (which, unfortunately, is not available to purchase) includes a compass, pen ... continue reading
$N/A buy Related Items: Camping, Gear, Outdoors.