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Consigli Happy Blades Animal Knives

Saying a knife is "fun" is a fairly strange and somewhat frightening description. That being said, these knives are fun. Crafted by the Consigli family in Italy, these Happy Blade Knives open, not by a having a finger groove, but by sporting a tiny animal on the flat side of the blade. Available with an owl, dog, cat, ... continue reading
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Beardski

If you're looking for face protection on the slopes, you're not limited to Hannibal Lecter and  ninja style masks that are uncomfortable and/or impossible to breathe in. Beardski is on the scene to make your shredding a little bit more fun, comical and warm with their line of beard face masks. There are currently ... continue reading
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Drinkwel Is The Multivitamin For People Who Drink SPONSORED

We down green drinks, work at standing desks and mess around with kettlebells to stay in shape, but that doesn't mean we don't enjoy knocking a few back at happy hour. Drinkwel is the multivitamin especially designed for guys who drink. The multivitamin was developed by two Berkeley grads to replenish nutrients, support liver health and process alcohol induced toxins so you can feel better about having those Double IPAs after you finish your run. Try it out, and if you aren't satisfied, they'll give you your money back, including shipping. ... check it out
$40 buy
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Topo Designs Camp Blanket

If your New Year's resolution is to get out and be more adventurous, you're in for a rude awakening and perhaps a reminder of why you haven't been most of your life. The outdoors are rough. While you gear up, invest in a quality blanket to keep your ass toasty by the fire. Topo Designs, the company who makes the ... continue reading
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Chen Williams Shanks

If you're reading this in prison right now, look away. We don't want to be considered an accomplice in any actions you may take after seeing these. Chen Chen and Kai Williams have made these oddly awesome shanks that we seriously dig. Each design - from the simple X-Acto blade attached to a pencil to the more elaborate ... continue reading
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AnyGlove

There is no such thing as a pair of touchscreen gloves. We don't care if you integrate little nubs, different materials or some fancy capacitive whosits, they're not going to work. The only real solutions we've ever found are: not using your phone (yeah, right), freezing (uncomfortable) or fingerless gloves (which, ... continue reading
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British Army Knife

If you're looking for an all-purpose pocket knife with a little more weight than your standard keychain Swiss army knife, this British Army Knife might be up your alley. The stainless steel knife sports a blade (obviously . . . would be a pretty bizarre knife without one), a can opener, a spike, a screwdriver and a ... continue reading
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Baseball Bat Flashlight

Have you ever been hit with one of those old school, D battery powered Maglites that officers of the law carry? If you haven't, don't. It's not pretty. They're big, and hefty, and durable and just as much weapon as they are flashlight. And while it's certainly possible to use it like a weapon, at the end of the day ... continue reading
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Le 37 Grammes Pocket Knife

Sure pocket knifes are tools that need to be functional, but that doesn't mean they can't look stylish in the process. The Le 37 Grammes Pocket Knife is the sharpest looking knife we've come across. It sports a slim zebra wood strip along the handle, a 420 stainless steel blade, a smart locking system to keep the blade ... continue reading
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Anchor Pocket Knife

We don’t know what it is about anchors that we dig so much, all we know is they happen to be awesome. Even if you aren’t sailing the seven seas or you get a bit of the pukes on a Carnival cruise, we’re guessing you agree. You know what’s also awesome? Pocket knives. So using the ole transitive property, it’s ... continue reading
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United Cutlery Axe / Knife Combo

As manly as cutting a steak with an ax is, it's a highly inefficient way to get some bites of beef. The next time you're out camping, pack the United Cutlery Axe / Knife Combo set and you'll have all the various chopping and sawing duties taken care of. The ax slyly stores a knife with a a 4" blade right in its handle ... continue reading
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Quadski

Well that does it, we're selling our car. Actually, we're selling our car and some prized possessions so we can afford the $40k Quadski when it gets released next month. The quad-meets-jet-ski vehicle has just skyrocketed to the top of our "Must Have" list. With the ability to hit speeds of 45 mph on both land and ... continue reading
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Zombie Survival Kit

We're not going to try and bullshit you here, the zombie apocalypse is coming. Listen, we ran a few numbers and did other official type stuff and can now confirm we're going down in a bloodbath with some walkers. If you don't want to be the first to go, pick up this Zombie Survival Kit. Included in the lifesaving ... continue reading
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LifeStraw

If you're lost in the great outdoors and in desperate need of a drink, your closest source of water is both your best friend and your worst enemy. It's your worst enemy if you plan on drinking it straight (we live in Jersey, we almost swallowed a gun once), but it can be your best friend if you have a device like the ... continue reading
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SOG Folding Blade Light

When you're camping, you can get by without a lot of things. Those things do not include: a knife, extra beer, a flashlight and a fire source. If you've ever tried to cut timber, cheese or open one of those sweet Jiffy Pop things in the dark, you know it can be a pain in the ass. How are you supposed to hold a flashlight, ... continue reading