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Hudson’s Bay Company Swiss Army Knife

Pocket knives usually aren't something people admire because of their looks. The quality of the blade and the amount of toys that pop out are usually what sets one apart from another. This knife is different. Watch your fingers while you're whittling cause you might just get caught up staring at the sweet multi stripe ... continue reading
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Gerber Steady Tool

For the modern outdoorsman, old school equipment still works for just about everything. You still need your knives and your bags, but there are those few modern advances in technology that are not accounted for. We found the BioLite to handle charging our iPhone in the woods, and now we have the perfect tool to snap ... 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
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The World’s Sharpest Axe

Have you ever tried to cut something with a dull knife? Depending on what you're cutting, it can feel like you're sawing a blade down on a spongy loaf of bread. Now, those same issues can arise with your ax, only the result won't just be a mangled dinner. When your ax isn't sharp, it's far easier for the blade to ... continue reading
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VitalGrill Wood Stove & Barbecue

We're going to play a game. We'll close our eyes (unnecessary) and try to guess the temperature outside where you are. Ready? . . . Three billion effing degrees. Were we right? While global warming keeps us nice and toasty, it might seem an odd time to introduce you to a new outdoor grill, but VitalGrill is more than ... continue reading
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Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 Rifle

With a bag full of energy bars, a large water bottle and various weapons, your downfall in the zombie apocalypse might be a sore back. Toss a rifle over your shoulder and you're just adding to all you have to tote around. With the Henry U.S. Survival AR-7, your rifle just got portable. When disassembled, the barrel ... continue reading
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Nau Cafe Luxe Kit

Unfortunately, you don't always get the best night sleep when you're camping. There's always an annoying rock under your sleeping bag and those pillows aren't exactly Tempur-Pedic quality. So when you get up in the morning, you're going to need some good coffee. Instead of grabbing one of those instant packs that tastes ... continue reading
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Ka-Bar Zombie Killer Knives

By now you're probably well aware that the zombie apocalypse is currently under way. Sure the CDC can come out and deny it, but we know that's all just a cover up to keep the general panic level at "A slight tizzy." We're stocking up on canned goods, bottles of water and these Ka-Bar Zombie Killer Knives so we're ... continue reading
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BioLite CampStove

Fire is awesome. It's one of the most significant discoveries in all of human history and the ability to create it on demand makes life a whole helluva lot better. It's a survival skill, a cool party trick and a way to start conversations with pretty girls. Fire itself hasn't changed, well, at all since the days of ... continue reading
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M48 Ranger Hawk Axe

Owning more than a couple of axes is just weird. A couple and you're fine, but like a dozen, and you can forget about anyone assuming you're not a serial murderer. This presents a problem since, with the rise of zombie pop culture, there are more kick-ass axes available now than ever and we don't want to scare of the ... continue reading
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Stove In A Can

Sometimes a product's name really says it all. We're happy to find these because, frankly, it means we don't have to do any work. Take for example Stove In A Can. What is it? Well, you see, it's a stove in a can. Okay, we're gonna hit the bar. Alright, a bit of an explanation is warranted even though Stove In ... continue reading
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Third Rock Fire Pit

For the most part fire pits aren’t exactly setting the world on fire in terms of design—with the exception of the Third Rock Fire Pit, which does so quite literally. Designed by functional steel artist Rick Wittrig, the pit represents the burning inner core of our planet which evokes the same feeling we get after ... continue reading
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Easily Collapsible Hi-Capacity Carts

One of the reasons we love Garrett Wade so much is because it's a store for real men. They're our go to for knives, axes, and other toys we enjoy sharpening while drinking black coffee outdoors on a freezing morning. You know when they started offering this "Garden Cart" they were like, "We gotta change that name ... continue reading
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Tactical Bleeding Zombie Target

All the empty beer cans you pick off and targets you fire to shreds won't prepare you for the coming zombie revolution (we assume). Don't be a sucker. When they come for you, you'd better be ready, which is why we present the Tactical Bleeding Zombie Target. When you fire a few rounds into this life-size zombie target, ... continue reading
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Slalom Sled

The maneuverability of an upside down trashcan lid is fairly minimal. That's not all that surprising since it was designed to lay motionless atop piles of holiday wrapping paper and not propel your ass down a hill after some eggnog. Now that we think about it, not many sleds were designed with movement in mind at ... continue reading
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