Loading…
  • Herring-Blade-1
  • Herring-Blade-2
  • Herring-Blade-3
Loading…

The snap-off utility knife is a classic blade option that we’ve all used and has remained largely unchanged since its invention in the late 50s. We’re all familiar with the plastic version that deploys a blade and retracts with a plastic sliding mechanism that’s bound to break. The Herring Blade is a better option in every way. Conceived of by fan favorite maker CW&T–they’re responsible the Pen Type-A, B and C along with plenty of other cool projects–the Herring Blade is a low-profile, aluminum or titanium utility knife that holds snap-off blades. It’s only as thick as four credit cards and about as long as a Sharpie, which makes it easy to carry as part of your EDC. Most importantly, there are now extraneous moving parts to break because of the clever magnets and latch that allows the blade to slide and lock whether it’s in use or being stored. They even made a lefty version for all you southpaws out there.

Sunglasses-1000×600

Whether you’re driving up the coast, grilling out and spending time at the beach, sunglasses are an absolute necessity in the summer. We’ve tried all the options from expensive, established brands to the no-name knockoffs from the gas station. We keep coming back to Woodies wooden sunglasses because they’re stylish, effective, built-to-last and, most importantly, affordable enough that you won’t worry if they get lost during your adventures. With almost 100 styles–including full wood options that float in the water–there’s no better sunglasses option out there this year. Get your Woodies today.