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In a move that is sure to have Land Rover purists screaming and throwing things at their televisions, the team at Goblin Works Garage slammed a 1961 Series 2a Land Rover pretty much to the floor for an episode of their Velocity TV show. The team set out to create the lowest Land Rover ever, knowing full well it would be incredibly controversial. They delivered. Some might question whether the vehicle has the same soul that made the vintage SUV great in the first place, but it’s still a looker thanks to all the modifications. New radiator and gear box. Rebuilt axles. Wider-banded rear wheels. Side-mounted exhaust. Aircraft-inspired seats. And, most obviously, a new suspension. The “Slammed Rover” is equal parts Restoration Hardware aviation collection, adrenaline TV show hot rod and absolutely ridiculous creation. Whether you love it or hate it, it’s sure to get people talking.

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Whether you’re talking about their knives, everyday carry gear or collaborative pieces, every single thing that bears The James Brand name is built-to-last, incredibly useful and purposefully designed. While we’re incredibly fond and reliant on all of their options, The Elko–their most minimal pocket knife–is our current favorite. Designed to attach to your keychain / EDC with the included titanium keychain, this small but mighty Swedish 12C27 stainless steel blade with anodized aluminum handles is the perfect tiny blade for all your everyday needs. If your EDC doesn’t include The Elko, you’re missing out, so get yours today.