EDC stands for “every day carry”. In this case, it’s a brass keyring with a collection of handy little tools to help keep your bike going strong: hex keys, pry bars, even a brass compass. Not the best tools for hardcore cyclists in our opinion, but the basics are here for most people.
If you literally slept out there under the stars, you’d be eaten alive by bugs and that sucks. But most tents make it hard to see the scenery. Not this one. Ticla Tents’ TeaHouse 3 is designed to make the most of your campsite views. Panoramic wrap-around windows & roof make star-gazing the main attraction for your night in the woods and their G.O.O.D. storage system makes packing it up in the morning easy, just like it should be but usually isn’t.
Like all their tools, Dremel’s new Ultra-Saw is versatile. It’ uses 3.5 & 4-inch blades to cut metal, make flush cuts in wood, and even works as a grinder/surfacer. It will definitely go through a finger like butter, too, so be careful.
Portland’s ICON Moto makes all sort of biker gear. They build custom bikes, helmets, jackets, gloves, boots, and probably some other stuff. So you could say their Navigator wallet is inspired by two-wheel action. It’s made of Nissan leather and waxed cotton. Slim and simple.
Like all notebooks and sketchbooks, these Baron Fig books contain blank paper pages for you to fill up yourself. What makes them unique however is the open-flat design and option of blank, ruled, or dot grid pages of fine, acid-free paper.
After decades of designing & building canoes by hand, John Lockwood has created these home-build canoe kits that make building your own wooden canoe about as easy at it’s likely to ever get. The Taiga Wilderness Tripper is a full-size 17’ boat you can build step-by-step if you can follow instructions.
This set of 12 Game Of Thrones Lego minifigs are obviously not for kids based on the price. They are also not “official” but neither of these facts should keep you from clicking the “buy” button.
In this age of craftsmen and ’makers, showing off your tools is right up there with beard grooming. But if you prefer to keep your tools out of sight until you really need one, Strelka’s Toolbook will keep a set of 4 screwdrivers and 6 hex wrenches hidden on your bookshelf in the form of a slim, book-like box that will blend right in with the actual books. via
The ice is out and fishing season is on. Time to make some upgrades to your tacklebox and the Splizzors multi-purpose tool from Buck will be a go-to this season. 10X stronger than regular scissors with blades designed for easy cutting of braided and high performance line plus trimming, shearing, bending, crimping, and hook removal all with one tool. Would also make a nice multi-tool for the garage if fishing isn’t your thing.