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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
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Salut! Travel Cup

For the traveler who enjoys a quick nip of something while exploring, there’s this Salut! Travel Cup. Instead of passing a flask around the campfire, consider this cup your classy alternative. Pour your drink like a gentleman into this stainless steel collapsible cup that easily fits right in your pocket. It won't ... continue reading
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Aviator Shorts from Ministry of Supply – A Smarter Pair of Shorts SPONSORED

At some point, guys adopted basketball shorts as appropriate summer attire because of comfort. It's time for a pair of shorts more presentable with the same relaxed feel; it's time for the Aviator Shorts from Ministry of Supply. Thanks to 4-way stretch material and a clever design, the Aviator Shorts will move with you effortlessly. Each pair wicks away moisture to keep you dry, features a urethane waistband that keep shirts tucked in, and is coated with a water-resistant polymer that causes water to bead upon contact. Finally a pair of good-looking shorts that don't feel and act like cardboard. ... check it out
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Campfire Weekend


 If there’s a better way to spend a few cool summer evenings than around a campfire with some food and a few beers, we haven’t thought of it. Of course, just walking out unprepared would be foolish. Assuming you’ve got all your camping essentials covered—tent, sleeping bag, full, face-warming beard—here are the items you’ll want while you sit around the fire. ... continue reading
This post is sponsored by Kia.


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Vapur Eclipse Anti-Bottle

We already liked the Anti-Bottles from Vapur, but didn't always want a neon blue drinking vessel that stands out like death metal fan at a Justin Bieber concert. The Eclipse series is more our speed. Available in either Olive Green or Night Blue, the collapsible plastic bottle is ideal for camping, hiking, or climbing. ... continue reading
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Life is Precious Survival Kit

Nobody said you could't look good while fighting for your life in the wild, right? If you agree with that - as ludicrous as it may sound - this survival kit designed by Fort Standard would make for an aesthetically pleasing struggle. The kit (which, unfortunately, is not available to purchase) includes a compass, pen ... continue reading
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FireStar Fire Piston

When you're outdoors and the temperature starts to drop, it's not the time to dillydally. Yeah we said, "Dillydally," because now you're paying attention and this is important. When you're camping or hiking and need to get a fire going in a jiffy, you've got to be prepared. The FireStar Fire Piston is an awesome and ... continue reading
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Bush Smarts Outdoor Gear

Style isn't usually the first thought you have when considering camping gear. Function and utility come to mind long before you start debating color patterns and overall aesthetics. That said, when you can combine solid performance with sharp looks, well, that sounds ideal. Bush Smarts cranks out awesome pieces of ... continue reading
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BioLite Portable Grill

If you were one of the many who purchased perhaps the coolest gadget to come out last year—The BioLite Stove—you've no doubt been extremely pleased with your decision. Any little pack that can both juice up our cell and keep us warm in the outdoors is pretty spectacular. There has been one issue however, if you ... continue reading
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Decked Out: Camping in Style

Going off grid for a weekend and venturing into the wilderness means living a little more sustainably–it does not mean you get a free pass on looking like a civilized human being. Start with a quality pair of jeans and a trucker jacket from Levi’s, add a few creature comforts (buy more than one pair of socks!) and you’ve got everything you need, but the beer, for a weekend away from the bright city lights. ... continue reading
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Stormproof Match Kit

On the surface, waterproof matches sound about as realistic as a knife made of light, but they actually exist. For less than a 6-pack, you get 25 stormproof matches and 3 striker sheets packed conveniently in a waterproof container. Each match will stay lit for up to 15 seconds even after being submerged in water. ... continue reading
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Match Case

The Marbles Match Safe is a product you never thought you needed, but once you have one in your hands you’ll wonder how you lived with it. On the surface, the concept is simple. A stainless steel container with a rubber gasket designed to protect matches from the elements. But they don’t just protect matches. Anything ... continue reading
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Coleman Instant Tent 8

Before we start, can we just say how difficult it is to not make a "pitch a tent instantly" joke every time we post about a quick set-up tent? The Coleman Instant Tent 8 is a portable abode for 8 people (or a portable mansion for 2) that can go from bag to fully erected (pause for immature laughter) in about a minute. No ... continue reading
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Sealander Amphibious Camping Trailer

It appears that after announcing his resignation from Apple, Steve Jobs, has been hard at work building a floating camping trailer! Well, at least the all white look of the Sealander reminds us of something the revolutionary Jobs would create. The Sealander (actually created by Daniel Straub) is the ultimate for the ... continue reading
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Outdoor Cutlery Set

Packing for a camping trip is a pain. It’s like playing a game of Tetris with your bag to make everything fit. When you can cut down on the size of anything without losing functionality, it’s a wise move. This Outdoor Cutlery Set is exactly what you need for all your food and beverage needs (minus the food and ... continue reading