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Goods: Tactical Defense EDC

Hauling ass out of a bad situation will always be the best way to end it. You take your pride and save it for another day. There are times, however, when that just isn’t an option. In those situations, one of the following items might come in handy. Take a little bit of time to learn how to use something like a kubotan before you go flailing it around and it can become a solid last line of defense. Kuba Kickz in Black - $12 Nuko G-10 NukoHead - $35 Brite Strike EPLI Precision Flashlight - $53 Monkey Fist Stainless Key Fob - $25 Titanium Bolt Action Pen - $60 Titanium Tear Jerker Ring - $250 Titanium Skull Pendant Keychain - $42 Cold Steel Mini Kubotan $19 Brite Strike RID-3 Tactical Balls - $43 Self Defense Money Clip - $12
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Word. Indigo Notebooks SHOP

Long associated with just denim, indigo has recently popped up in so many pieces of clothing and decor. Japanese fabrics in these shades of blue have been used to craft everything from sharp-looking scarves to sneakers and button-downs. Often with simple white lines, dots, and other small details, these fabrics are the inspiration for the latest series of Word. Notebooks. Each set includes three notebooks in different indigo patterns. All feature our unique organizational system to keep everything you jot down in order. Every Word. Notebook is designed and made in the USA. ... check it out
$9.99 buy
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LyteShow: Military-Grade Gatorade SPONSORED

Raw eggs, tripe soup, and bull horn tea are just some of the hangover cures people swear by around the world. A less gross and far more effective way to feel better is to simply get liquids and electrolytes back in your body as quickly as possible. Instead of downing bottles of water and Gatorade, use LyteShow. The electrolyte-packed concentrate is the quickest way to feel better after a night of heavy drinking. The mineral base was tested on wildfire firefighters, and unlike sports drinks, LyteShow contains no calories, sugars, carbs, or artificial flavors. It's the healthy way to kill a hangover fast. ... check it out
$15 buy
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Inside: Pop Up Flea

Few pop-up shops are as perfectly curated as Pop Up Flea. The focus is on craftsmanship, good people, and great gear, and since 2009, the short-term store has showcased vendors we just happen to love. The latest incarnation of the weekend-long shop featured a mix of well-known stores and new guys we were excited to ... continue reading
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Everyday Carry: 1900-1920

It may not have been called "everyday carry," but men have always had a selection of gear they traveled with on a daily basis. Obviously, the items themselves have evolved over time and others have been added as they've become popular. In this series, we'll take a look back at some standard everyday carry of years ... continue reading
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Everyday Carry: Late 1800′s

It may not have been called "everyday carry," but men have always had a selection of gear they traveled with on a daily basis. Obviously, the items themselves have evolved over time and others have been added as they've become popular. In this series, we'll take a look back at some standard everyday carry of years ... continue reading
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Cool Material At CES

We're packed up and heading out to CES in Vegas this week, and we're ready to bring you all the info on the futuristic gadgets we can't wait to get our hands on. Want to get a behind-the-scenes look at all the new tech toys, possible celebs, and general insanity that is CES, make sure to follow us on Instagram ... continue reading
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Best. Bottle Openers. Ever.

In addition to our watch addiction, we have a thing for bottle openers. We generally pass on the talking cartoon characters and ones that look like body parts (only because we still have so many from college) and only seek out stuff that’s really worth showing off. We’re especially into gear that has more than ... continue reading
Thanks to Jarritos for making this post possible, for more information on Jarritos and all the new flavors, check out Jarritos.com.
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Building A Better Nerf Gun

Tired of losing the war on the home front and at the office, the man behind Asciimation decided to take his styrofoam and rubber arsenal to the next level. Rather than just buying one of Nerf's battery, belt-fed, hi-power options, he built his own sidearm from the ground up. We can't imagine designing a handgun ... continue reading
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F the Economy!

Only in America would anyone be crazy enough to try to profit off of a recession. These 11 products might not be the best use of your money, but they might make you feel a little better to get some of your frustration out while you do your small part to stimulate the economy. Dow Jones Hanky The dow is ... continue reading