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Wallets. Pens. Watches. Knives. Caches. Flashlights. Lighters. Multi-tools. Bags. We could go on and on about the things that are part of the average everyday carry, but the specific items always vary from one guy to the next. The general trend is to keep going smaller and smaller, which is why we’re such big fans of the Microblade Pill. This tiny capsule that’s currently up on Kickstarter houses a small 35° cutting angle blade that’s sharp enough to cut paper while still being safe enough to run over your finger (but don’t do that!). It opens packages. It peels off stickers. It cuts loose threads. It scratches lottery tickets. It cuts pills in half. In other words, it takes care of all those small everyday tasks you’d otherwise do whatever blade or screwdriver happened to be within arm’s reach–except this is tiny enough to fit on your keys, a belt loop or even use as a zipper pull. The Microblade Pill Kickstarter campaign ends in about a month with estimated reward delivery in November of this year.

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The new Bolinas Offshore Boots from Seavees  is perfect for braving the elements and lends both function and fashion to your wardrobe.   These vegan, double gore pull-on rubber rainboots are made from matte-finished waterproof natural rubber and they are perfect for your daily commute in the rain and are equally at home on a hike through the woods. Seavees is donating 10% of sales from the Bolinas Boot benefit Un Mar De Colores who work to cultivate & inspire inclusivity, diversity, ocean stewardship and surf therapy for children of color & underserved youth.  Get your Bolina’s here