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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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MeUndies Sale – 30% OFF SPONSORED

It's been dubbed the "world’s most comfortable" underwear, and priced at nearly half of its competitors ($16). After years of research and development and a "24 hour" stress test, MeUndies has created the perfect, contour fitting boxer brief that keeps its shape all day and never rides up. The first 500 Cool Material readers get 30% off orders larger than $75 when using code CM75. Not impressed? MeUndies offers a full refund and lets you even keep your first pair. Offer excludes packs and French Terry. ... check it out
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Machine Era Wallet

Machine Era is not a new brand round these parts. Their Key Square is the carabiner redefined. Their Bottle Opener is, well, just a really sick bottle opener. They've turned their love of machining just about anything to one of the other most important pieces of a guy's everyday carry, the wallet. Like everything else ... continue reading
$28+ buy Related Items: Gear, Men's Wallets.
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KeyonPod

The idea behind the KeyonPod isn't new. Your everyday carry aresnal may already include a similar key-holster. What we like about the KeyonPod is that it gets the modern key "ring" right. With a smart mechanical system, you won't have to grow out your fingernails just to pry your keys out, and the ability to add on ... continue reading
$28 buy Related Items: Gear, Keychains, Tools.
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Mochibag Drawstring Backpack

Until we saw this project on Kickstarter we genuinely thought that drawstring backpacks had no place in our ever expanding collection of bags. They're acceptable for the gym, a festival or when they're free for opening a checking account in college, but we'd never pay for one. That's kind of unfortunate because they're ... continue reading
$17+ buy Related Items: Backpacks, Bags, Gear.
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FriXion Erasable Pens

Erasable pens aren't new. Good erasable pens are. Most of the ones you can find at your local drug store are junk and leave clear evidence of your writing after you've "erased" the ink. These Pilot FriXion Erasale Pens finally get the idea right. The thermo-sensitive ink in the different pens (and highlighter) allow ... continue reading
$3 buy Related Items: Gear, Pens, Work, Write.
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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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Sword & Plough Repurposed Military Surplus Bags

We're always fans of products that put old material back to use. When said material happens to be surplus from the military, even cooler. Sword & Plough offers three different bags - an Urban Rucksack, a Messenger, and a Tote - each made from at least 80% repurposed military surplus. The bags are crafted in the ... continue reading
$219+ buy Related Items: Bags, Gear.
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Ringtool

If you purchased everything for your key chain that we've ever featured, you'd be carrying around a ball of keys and metal the size of Epcot Center. Still, we keep finding items that just need to be on there. The latest is the Ringtool. The circular piece of stainless steel sports nine tools that will come in handy ... continue reading
$30 buy Related Items: Bottle Openers, Gear, Keychains, Multi-tool, Tools.
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Raleigh Spitfire Hardcases

Do you remember the Restoration Hardware Aviator Chair that you're still ogling and trying to rationalize spending $1300 on? (For the record, we are too.) The guy that designed it for Restoration Hardware, renowned London-based antiques dealer and furniture reproductionist Timothy Oulton, has designed his own collection ... continue reading
$400+ buy Related Items: Bags, Gear, Luggage.
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GEAR Seat Covers

That little compartment on the door of your car is not cutting it when it comes to storing random goods. Seriously, toss one crumpled magazine in there and it's full and all of a sudden you're using your cup holder to store pens. The GEAR Seat Cover is a far better and more badass option. Available in a few different ... continue reading
$100 buy Related Items: Bags, Gear.
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Titanium Bolt Action Pen

A good pen is an investment. Unfortunately, that investment is usually in a writing instrument that is, as best we can put it, "stuffy." The Titanium Bolt Action pen is not. Designed by Rainer Wenning and knifemaker Thomas Braunagel, the Titanium Bolt Action Pen is as fine a writing device as it is a self-defense tool. ... continue reading
$115 buy Related Items: Gear, Pens, Work, Write.