The Dog Tag Disguised As A Multi-tool

The Dog Tag Disguised As A Multi-tool

Prometheus Design Werx has created their first one piece tool, and the footprint of the tool is one you're already familiar with. Each standard issue dog tag tool from PDW includes a lot of the hardware you need to work on bikes (motorized and pedal powered), battery doors and be...

Mott & Bow Introduces Black 4-Way Stretch Denim

Mott & Bow Introduces Black 4-Way Stretch Denim

Gone are summer days full of light denim and flip-flops. It’s time to embrace the dark side. If you’re hunting for a pair of black jeans, here’s why The Morton from Mott & Bow should be on the top of your list. First, they’re made with Stay Black technology, which means they are fade resistant. Second, they’re crafted with high performance 4-way stretch denim. While most jeans just stretch horizontally, The Morton stretches both horizontally and vertically without losing its shape. That means more comfortable jeans, great for bike rides and daily activities. Pick up a pair and use code Coolmaterial10 for 10% off.

The Modern Peg Board

The Modern Peg Board

There's nothing quite like walking into an old garage and seeing a beat up peg board on the wall. If your Dad and/or Grandfather were anything like ours, it's an organized work of art with Sharpie marker tool outlines because everything has it's place. Unfortunately, those cool p...

Tool Pen is a Toolkit in a Pen's Body

Tool Pen is a Toolkit in a Pen's Body

Having a set of screwdrivers is great when you're around the house and can easily grab whichever one you need, but when you're on the go, you need a better option. The Tool Pen is a clever solution that houses multiple bits right in its body. Besides adopting the slick style of a...

Goods: Innovations in Hand Tools

Goods: Innovations in Hand Tools

The basic tools that go in a tool kit haven’t changed much over time. The toy set you had as a kid is probably remarkably similar to the adult version you have now. While the staples will always make sense, there are some innovative new versions that make your handy work a bit ...

The Gerber Artifact Multitool That Fits On Your Keys

The Gerber Artifact Multitool That Fits On Your Keys

The Gerber Artifact is a "pocket-sized companion keychain tool" that tackles seven different annoying situations you might need tools for on a daily basis. The 3.5" (when closed) Artifact is constructed from stainless steel, with a titanium nitride coating. The Artifact includes:...

This Jerrycan is Actually a Toolbox

This Jerrycan is Actually a Toolbox

Jerrycans were invented back in the 30s so the German military could transport their fuel around in a more efficient fashion. This Rampage Trail Can Utility Box won't hold your gasoline and probably won't see a battlefield, but it will make your work around the house a hell of a ...

TIK Is The Thinnest And Lightest Keychain Around

TIK Is The Thinnest And Lightest Keychain Around

Few things are as annoyingly uncomfortable as a jagged set of keys in your front pocket. Until now, there haven't been many options that counteract this problem outside of just tossing your keys in a work bag. TIK (Thin Is Key) is a clever keychain that streamlines that mess of k...

Worx All In One Outdoor AeroCart

Worx All In One Outdoor AeroCart

Let's face it, all in one tools are generally not all that great. We're not talking about the trusty multi-tool you'd take to the ends of the Earth with you, we're talking about the pliers with multiple heads, the power tools with attachments and the transforming pieces of hardwa...

The Sawyer Box is Your New Personal Valet Station

The Sawyer Box is Your New Personal Valet Station

Instead of tossing your keys haphazardly on your nightstand when you get home, why not get organized in style? This wooden Sawyer Box includes mounted key hooks hidden inside so it can become your personal valet station. Completely made in the USA, each is perfect for storing you...

Quickey Multi-tool Opens Everything But Doors

Quickey Multi-tool Opens Everything But Doors

You'd think with all the knives we have lying around we wouldn't have to use our keys for anything other than opening doors. And yet, we still using them for cutting random threads, opening boxes and attempting to free our latest purchases from their clamshell confines. No one sh...