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The Mushroom Knife Is Ideal For More Than Just Foraging SHOP

You don’t need to forage for mushrooms to appreciate the usefulness of this knife. While the blade is designed to remove mushrooms from the ground, the tweezers to pick away pine needles, and the brush to clear excess dirt, the Mushroom Knife will come in handy in a variety of situations that don’t involve acquiring additions for your next soup. The curved blade with its sharp point makes for an excellent do-everything camping knife, and the brush can assist while preparing some food for the campfire. ... check it out
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Cult of Individuality – Future Vintage Project SPONSORED

You know you're not supposed to toss your raw denim in the wash, but there's that breaking point when you just have to, right? Cult of Individuality wants to entice you to push those limits with the Future Vintage Project. If you can commit to breaking in a pair of raw denim from Cult as often as possible through April 30th without washing them, you could earn a $1,000 credit and your personal style even get produced. Throughout the process, your jeans will develop a signature fade and a unique wear that's totally your own. Document the extended break-in process, and you could score the $1,000 credit. We’re in, are you? ... check it out
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Traditional Japanese Higonokami Knives SHOP

The higonokami knife was originally made in Japan starting in the late 1800s and is characterized by its lack of a locking mechanism and simple, protruding tang. The style was exceedingly popular in Japan until 1961 when blades were banned. Still, a few craftsmen carry on the tradition today. This is a collection of higonokami knives in a range of sizes that bring that tradition to your pocket. ... check it out
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Terroir Pocket Knife SHOP

Forget slick color coated handles on your pocket knives, and get a bit manlier with the Terroir Pocket Knife. With a thick rosewood handle, the Terroir Pocket Knife is basically the knife any outdoorsman would want to cuddle with at night. The knife, which was originally designed in France and produced by Baladeo, sports a 3.5" stainless steel blade and clocks in at 3.4 ounces. There's no fancy set of tweezers or any plastic toothpick, just a high-quality blade you can use to remove splinters and pick whatever you just cooked over your campfire out of your teeth with (be ultra careful with that part). ... check it out
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Chelsea Miller Knives

Investing in a quality chef's knife is one of the smartest moves anyone can make for their cooking needs. When that quality knife is also gorgeous, well, that's just an added bonus. Chelsea Miller creates each of her unique knives with high carbon steel that was cut from discarded horse files and wood native to her ... continue reading
$350+ buy MORE: Cooking, Home, Knives, Tools.
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Floating Cork Knife

It might be a rare occasion, but if you have ever dropped your pocket knife in a pond while out camping, you know the annoyance involved in retrieving that sucker. The Cork Knife eliminates any fear of cutting rope on the side of a lake or whittling wood over a creek while you're on your next trip. The cork handle ... continue reading
$26 buy MORE: Gear, Knives, Outdoors.
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All Black 34 Grams Pocket Knife

The ultralight 37 Grams Pocket Knife from Baladeo gets a sleek makeover in this latest edition. The all black version clocks in at 34 grams and features a 420B stainless steel blade with black titanium coating that is partially microdented to help you cut through tougher materials. The knife sports a liner lock locking ... continue reading
$60 buy MORE: Gear, Knives, Outdoors.
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Pearce Knives

As people of the Internet, we spend a lot of time on Facebook, Twitter, Vine, Instagram, Netflix, Fancy, Tumblr and every other digital time suck out there. Because of that, we have a serious appreciation for people that do things the old-fashioned way—with their hands. Logan Pearce is one of those guys. He offers ... continue reading
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Consigli Happy Blades Animal Knives

Saying a knife is "fun" is a fairly strange and somewhat frightening description. That being said, these knives are fun. Crafted by the Consigli family in Italy, these Happy Blade Knives open, not by a having a finger groove, but by sporting a tiny animal on the flat side of the blade. Available with an owl, dog, cat, ... continue reading
$183+ buy MORE: Gear, Knives, Outdoors.
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Alps Bread Knives

Have you ever tried to cut a loaf of bread with something other than a bread knife? It's a freaking disaster. Even if you've sharpened your chef's knife, it's still like pushing down on a sponge; which is why we just eat whole loaves. If you're going to have a hard time cutting that mound of gluten anyway, might as ... continue reading
$76+ buy MORE: Food, Home, Knives.
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Chen Williams Shanks

If you're reading this in prison right now, look away. We don't want to be considered an accomplice in any actions you may take after seeing these. Chen Chen and Kai Williams have made these oddly awesome shanks that we seriously dig. Each design - from the simple X-Acto blade attached to a pencil to the more elaborate ... continue reading
$75 buy MORE: Gear, Knives, Outdoors.
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British Army Knife

If you're looking for an all-purpose pocket knife with a little more weight than your standard keychain Swiss army knife, this British Army Knife might be up your alley. The stainless steel knife sports a blade (obviously . . . would be a pretty bizarre knife without one), a can opener, a spike, a screwdriver and a ... continue reading
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