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Everyday Carry: Walter White

It may not have been called “everyday carry,” but men have always had a selection of gear they traveled with on a daily basis. When you’re Walter White, your daily kit is a little bit more… specialized. You never know when you might need to acquire new transportation or weapons with fat stacks, and you might just have to off a few people in the process. We don’t know where Vince Gilligan is going to leave everything with the series ... ... continue reading
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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 MORE: 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
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Goods: Cabin Getaway


 The cool fall weather is ideal for a little weekend cabin excursion. If you’re renting one, it should come loaded with a lot of the stuff you’ll need. That said, you’ll quickly realize there’s a decent amount of your own stuff you’re going to want to bring along. The Kia Soul provides ample storage space so you can toss all these cabin necessities in the back and still have room to drive all your buddies up. ... continue reading
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This post is sponsored by Kia.


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The Original Six Shooter Pipe

Have you ever sat down for a smoking session only to realize you have multiple strains (of tobacco, of course) that you'd like to smoke, but only one pipe to use? Or maybe you have that one pesky acquaintance that refuses to smoke anything but only particular blend that you don't really like? If you answered to either ... continue reading
$55 buy MORE: Gear, Smoke.
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Stainless Stemless Wine Glass

There's little better than enjoying a drink in the great outdoors. With this Stainless Stemless Wine Glass, you can make sure that pinot noir stays in your glass regardless of the terrain you place it down on. Each of these surprisingly stable glasses are perfect for tossing in your bag when you're camping or even ... continue reading
$12 buy MORE: Camping, Drink, Gear, Home, Outdoors, Wine.
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Modern Industry Faraday Totepack

Modern Industry took us by surprise with their take on the design of an industrially stylish bag and wallet. Their newest release, the Faraday Totepack, is built of some of the same materials (Martexin 10.10oz waxed army duck, Horween leather, durable hardware) and has the same focus on ethically sourced materials ... continue reading
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The Goods Cord Organizers

The Goods, a newly launched brand out of LA, just launched a Kickstarter to produce two leather cord organizers. The Crew is a small cord organizer with two snaps that's designed to keep your headphones untangled, or functional if you're anything like us, when you're out and about. But The Loop is what really caught ... continue reading
$19+ buy MORE: Audio, Bags, Computers, Gear, Tech.
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Chrome Reflective Camo Bags

Chrome bags have been around for quite some time (hell, we still remember seeing them on "24" when it was on the air) and they continue to churn out awesome new additions to their lineup. The latest is their Reflective Camo collection. Each of the three different bags is available in one of three camouflage patterns ... continue reading
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Zero Halliburton Geo Aluminum Collection

If you have a sizable portion of your paycheck burning a hole in your pocket, and you're in the market for some grail-level, hard-sided luggage, you have an option other than Rimowa. Zero Halliburton has a new collection of aluminum luggage, and they're some of the most drool-worthy cases we've seen in a long time. ... continue reading
$695+ buy MORE: Bags, Gear, Luggage.
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Blue Claw Co. Barajas Backpack

We can't imagine a time when we'd want to walk a battlefield with a $250 Blue Claw Co. backpack like their site says, but the Barajas certainly seems like it's up to the challenge. The olive, brown, blue or gray Barajas is made from 19oz waxed canvas and trimmed with supple brown leather and all brass hardware. It's ... continue reading
$245 buy MORE: Backpacks, Bags, Gear.
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MAKR Daypack

There aren't too many things MAKR can't make. Wallets? Check. Leatherman cases? Yup. Skateboards? Sure, why not. Backpacks? Not a problem. iPad Cases? Done. The latest addition to their long line of stylish, portable protection devices is the Daypack, and it's every bit as gorgeous as everything else they make. Made ... continue reading
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Notebook Beard

We're not all blessed with a glorious beard. This includes most women, babies, and guys who just have a hard time growing out a perfect face sweater. Luckily, now you don't have to. The Notebook Beard is a lined pocket notebook that opens up to give everyone access to a fully grown, perfectly thick beard. They're sold ... continue reading
$10 buy MORE: Gear, Notebooks, Work, Write.
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Infini-key Carabiner

It's almost impossible for us to walk into an outdoors store and not pick up a pack of Nite Ize S-Biners at the register. We're exactly the reason they put those things at the register, but for a few bucks we don't care because they're so damn useful. They're great for cords, packs and pretty much anything else but ... continue reading
$4 buy MORE: Gear, Keychains.