You obviously enjoy shopping more than the average dude but even still, equipping yourself for an overnight trip requires shopping for lots of stuff to carry your stuff. Unit Portables makes it easier by offering a complete overnight luggage kit that includes a sturdy duffle, a 13” or 15’ laptop sleeve, a mesh toiletry bag, and a small organizer pouch. One-stop shopping. Yes, practical.
When you forget the code you programmed into your new electronic pad lock, you can just log onto masterlockvault.com and retrieve the backup master code, which is a much simpler solution than trying to cut through the hardened boron carbide shackle with a big set of bolt cutters.
The quest for not just acceptable but easy & awesome camp coffee could end right here. The Coffeebrewer is a portable pouch that’s basically a 1-piece French Press for coffee connoisseurs on the go. Simply add hot water to the pouch, let it brew for 5 minutes, then pour it, pound it, and hit the trail. Source
Ultralight hikers, cheapskates, and origami enthusiasts, we found your new sound system. EcoAmps are recycled cardboard amps that unfold into little speaker cones that attach to your iPhone, turning it into a boom box.
The iBattz Mojo Treble Keychain Data Sync Cable with Sim Ejection Tool MicroSD Card Reader has a massive name because it multitasks like a mofo. Kind of like a Swiss Army knife for your smartphone. Charge, sync, card reader, and more: it’s a tech tool kit you can keep on your keychain.
Here’s a great tool for avoiding the shamefully emasculating experience of getting lost in the wilderness: A wristwatch loaded with Garmin GPS navigation. The Fenix will guide your adventure there and back with easy-to-operate nav capability plus ABC; alitmeter, barometer, & compass. Mark up to 1000 waypoints as you go then load your route into Garmin’s free BaseCamp trip planning software. Available August/September 2012.
Here’s the beach speaker you didn’t know you needed. Waterproof and submersible to 10-feet, virtually indestructible, 30-hour battery life, and it floats. The design fits most smartphones with extra room inside to hold your other valuables.
Recycling glass bottles is something we should all be doing but cutting them and reusing them is more fun. The Kinkajou is a crafty bottle-cutting tool that lets you turn your empty wine and beer bottles into drinking glasses and vases. The Kinkajou is currently in the funding stage on Kickstarter where a $50 pledge will get you the Kinkajou cutter and a finishing kit.
This wallet is pretty edgy. First off, it opens from the top. Secondly, it’s blaq. Which is a more Scandinavian form of black. Surprisingly, this and all Jaqet leather products are actually handmade right here in Qalifornia.
If you’re a fan of classic materials like vegetable-tanned leather and 100% wool felt, this Italian-made carry on from Hard Graft might cause a lump in your lederhosen. It is completely handcrafted and features an adjustable shoulder strap with a felt-lined interior.