You’ll realize you’re pretty much screwed and then hopefully just pull this ESEE Knives Survival kit out of your pack and set everything straight again instantly. The tri-fold Cordura wallet contains an ESEE Arrowhead, compass, fish hooks, a signal mirror, a length of kevlar cord and several other MacGyver-esque items you’ll be glad you’ve got when the going gets tough.
Compact & portable, the Mira wireless speaker from Braven features a multi-purpose hook/stand that let’s you drop it or hang it anywhere you need a soundtrack. It’s also got a IPX5 water-resistance rating, so bring it along to the beach or swimming pool, no worries.
When you break out the cast iron Dutch oven for camp cooking it’s about to get serious. The versatile, heavy duty cook pot hangs from metal tripod legs right above the fire for slow-simmering and/or blazing braising guaranteed to elevate your wilderness dining experience. Made in the USA.
This little black box is Sony’s PlayStation TV console, offering direct access to the multiverse of Sony’s entire PS library for streaming, download, and play. Later this summer the device will fully come to life with the release of PS Now; Sony’s forthcoming game streaming subscription service. Available December 31, 2014.
Instead of standing around commandeering the grill all evening while your so-called friends hit on your lady, get this app-controlled meat thermometer. It offers 4 probes, a grill-side LCD, and sends real-time temp data to your phone, allowing you to socialize without risking a situation with the pork.
With the option to get a high quality pair of earbuds that also offers the ease of bluetooth 4.0 cordless technology and a 4.5-hour battery life, it really makes no sense to go with a corded pair.
Milled from a single block of aluminum and wrapped in a handsewn leather sleeve, this hefty tumbler was inspired by the Ball Mason jar, arguably the perfect vessel for man-sized beverages.
This lighter is smart. It links with the Quitbit app so you can track your smoking habits. The idea being that if you know when & how often you light up, you might be motivated to quit. But when you don’t, you’ll at least know your lighter isn’t burning gas or butane. It lights you up with a flameless heating coil. Much safer. A Kickstarter project.
This crack torch is actually a lighter for your barbecue. A refillable, air-driven fire lighter that jets out a 2600º 4-inch flame that will ignite your charcoal in 10 seconds & have your grill red-hot & ready to cook in just 5-6 minutes.
Wearing these new sunglasses will make your world look like one of the 70s-style Instagram filters. Warmer, more saturated, and more, well, classic. The trick is a tint in the lens that instead of blocking out the sun’s rays, adjusts them to look just a bit better, same as the ’Gram does to those dull photos you shoot out the car window.