The artist behind these unique knives is 3rd-generation knifemaker Logan Pearce. Carrying on his grandafther’s legacy he uses a coal-fired forge & hand-hammering to turn ordinary metal objects like railroad spikes, wrenches, bolts, and tire irons into gleaming, razor-sharp knives.
Normally flasks are designed to be stashed in a pocket or jammed in your boot for stealth boozing. Not this one. Handmade of gleaming 100% solid copper in the USA, it’s the kind of thing you’ll want to show off, so be prepared to share your whiskey.
Machined from heat-treated billet aluminum, the 1.5 oz. Muzzleshot is a shot glass designed to look like the Flash Hider on an M16 rifle. If you’ve had the experience of carrying one of these weapons into combat, you deserve a drink. Probably several. So here’s to you.
Kneeling down & drinking straight from the stream is not advised: it will turn you from a happy camper into a dual-spout human geyser. And no tent-mate deserves to witness that. By killing 99.99% of bacteria, protozoa, & bacterial disease, Vapur’s BPA-free, flat-pack filter bottles mean Montezuma’s Revenge won’t ruin your trip weekend in the woods. Available Spring 2013.
Until that inevitable day when the YOLO Multi-tool is launched, we’ll keep ourselves in the game with the WTF keychain. This pocket-size titanium tool has the soul of a throwing star but it’s really a wrench that fits standard 1/4″, 5/16″, 3/8″, 7/16″, & 1/2″ heads plus metrics in 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 11mm, & 13mm.
Hail. You know, that precipitation in the form of ice pellets? In certain regions this stuff does serious damage to cars and property. If you’re unlucky enough to reside in hail country, this external, inflatable airbag for your car will protect against the damaging effects of hail. If a tornado drops from the sky, you’re on your own again.
A quick cruise around the Kickstarter site will offer plenty of proof that you’re not the only one with weird ideas floating around in your head. The difference between you & them: they’re putting theirs ideas into action. Really, where else can you find solutions to things like “wimpy refrigerator magnets”?
In good weather, a lighter, matches, even a magnifying glass can start a fire. But everyone knows survival crises only happen on stormy nights. If you’re smart enough to have one of these aluminum fire pistons in your pocket, you’ll soon have a fire. The piston uses compression and friction to light tinder and start your blaze in any weather.
Insert joke about “wood in your pocket” then add two facts. Fact one: these slim, bi-fold wallets are made with leather and either Walnut or Zebrawood. Fact two: this is better than the “wood in your pocket” joke would’ve been.
If your wrist has been feeling a little naked since you yanked off the LIVESTRONG bracelet, here’s a replacement that won’t disappoint. Naimakka’s utilitarian braided bracelets are woven with 8 feet of military-grade paracord, which like duct tape, can be used for a million different things in a pinch.