Gear

Blanka-Pocket-Knife

For as long as we can remember, JHO Knives has been producing simple, clean and functional pocket knives that are modern interpretations of older blades. The newest release from the shop, Blanka, is a pocket…

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Founded in 2014, Koio is redefining the standards for luxury brands around the world by focusing on a few simple principles. First, every part of their manufacturing process takes place in Italy because that's what "Made in Italy" should mean. Second, Koio factories adhere to fair working conditions and pay for all employees. Finally, Koio sneakers will always be built for those that take initiative and carve out their own journey. These sneakers are handcrafted for guys like you and built to last from Brooklyn to Berlin.
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Your closet is probably littered with bags that serve an array of purposes. There’s the duffel for the gym. There’s a weekender for quick getaways. There’s the backpack for walking the city and the messenger…

Gerber-Flatiron

The cleaver is a trusted tool by both butchers and those who need a blade that’s a bit more robust. The rectangular hatchet shape allows for more than simple slicing and dicing. The Gerber Flatiron…

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As any outdoor enthusiast knows, starting a campfire isn’t always as simple as you think it will be. You can eliminate the scavenging for dry twigs and painstaking assembly with the Radiate Portable Campfire, a…

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The Snap Lock Serrated Pocket Knife is one of the most innovative pocket knives ever produced. Don’t believe us? Why not ask the Blade Show, where it won that exact award. The Snap Lock Serrated…

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P.E.C.K. stands for Precision Engineered Compact Knife, and that’s an apt description for this blade. The P.E.C.K. Knife weighs less than an ounce and measures a measly 2.625” when closed. But before you go thinking…

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The trench lighter was a military innovation originally crafted from spent bullet casings and pieces of metal in the early 1900s. Soldiers in the First World War would carry the lighters wherever the fight took…