The good ol’ Skilsaw is celebrating its 75th birthday this year. That means it was born in 1937; the year the Hindenburg went down in flames, Picasso completed Guernica, the Marijuana Tax Act was passed, and Steinbeck’s Of Mice & Men was published. Big year. For its birthday, the 15-amp Skilsaw gets a commemorative nameplate, black fleck paintjob, and a chrome aluminum footplate.
Unfortunately for those endeavoring to lead a paperless life, there is still a lot of dead tree material we must deal with: receipts, photos, business forms, contracts, etc. The Doxie helps you tame this pile of pulp. It is a wireless scanner that requires no computer – send your scans wirelessly to any of your devices or (gasp) straight up to the cloud.
He walks whenever you want him to, he’ll eagerly chase sticks and tennis balls, and return them at your feet. Show man’s best friend how much he means to you by hooking him up with a proper place to chill. If he could talk, he’d tell you this bamboo hammock bed is where he really wants to hang.
We found a firepit-grill-campfire cooking device. It would be easier to talk about if it wasn’t so versatile but it just does too much. Even Sunset Magazine was fumbling to describe it. Made entirely of heavy forged and welded steel, this over-the-fire trivet can be used for cooking over fire or charcoal with a grill, skillet, dutch oven or other cooking device. But it’s not just for cooking, use it as a firepit if you’re not hungry.
Ten years ago the New Hampshire-based Nemo put the big-name mountain equipment brands on guard with their innovative tent designs. Now, Nemo is set to do a repeat with the introduction of their new spoon-shaped sleeping bags. This design allows freedom of movement where you need it most, in the shoulders, knee and feet areas. Set to launch next season, Nemo is currently offering a small pre-run of bags that come with limited-label labeling.
Filson gear is rugged, tough, & built to last. With bridle leather handles and trim, brass hardware and heavy duty 22oz. oiled canvas twill construction, this Utility Bag will carry enough tools and equipment for a serious job. You do those, don’t you?
If you know the deal with thrash-speed-death metal pioneers Slayer, you also know that few if any of their fans drink wine. Fact is, this Reign In Blood cabernet should really be actual human blood and instead of a pricetag of a mere $105 dollars, it should really be priced at exactly $666. Source
What good is a wine barrel once it has been drained of its contents? Well, the folks from Napastyle figured something out. They’ve created this wine rack made from a pair of reclaimed oak barrel staves. It holds five bottles, which isn’t much wine really. Maybe you should get two.
When you head out on a mission you always carry a bag or backpack. Now your car can, too. The Cargo Saddlebag is basically a backpack for your vehicle. It mounts to your roof rack and sits behind your car. The design means it’s easy to load and access plus it creates no aerodynamic drag unlike a rooftop carrier. You get better mileage so you’re saving on gas. Made of tough PVC backed polyester, it’s built to withstand wind, dust, and road grime. Add the waterproof liner and you’re 110% covered.
Just because you’re out on a camping trip doesn’t mean you have to dine like a caveman or Cub Scout. There are plenty of alternatives to campfire-ash-crusted wieners and beans from the can. Coleman’s Outdoor Portable Oven is a propane powered two-burner stove that also has an oven large enough to cook a 12-inch pizza. Just the thing for keeping it gourmet in the great outdoors