80s nostalgia might never end. Especially when stuff like this keeps coming back. Surely you had a Trapper Keeper. And now it’s time to get another one. But instead of paper & pens, this updated classic now holds your tablet. Available in two sizes: 7 & 10 inch.
This ultralight pocket blanket fits in the palm of your hand and yet opens to a spacious 54 X 44 inches. It’s less of an insulator and more of a ground cover for the beach, picnics & other horizontalish outdoor activities. When you’re done, packing it back into pocket size is easy with its sewn-in folding guides.
The smell of a baseball glove … it’s all leather & nostalgia. And that’s what you get with this baseball glove scented soap. A flood of olfactory memories taking you all the way back to Little League.
Doublebag meant something different back in the day. This one from Outlier is actually made for carrying clothes and it’s double-sided design keeps your dirty clothes from contaminating the clean ones.
These bartending multi-tools are designed for creating perfect cocktails & give you all the tools you need to do it. The Margarita Master features a jigger, knife, reamer, salt rimmer, & strainer all-in-one. They also make a similarly-equipped Martini Master & Mojito Master.
Natural walnut woodgrain highlights this collection of clean, modern office accessories from Grovemade. From a stand for your display to mouse pad, phone charger, pen cup, to cases for iPad & iPhone, they’ve got the good wood.
Master bartender and blogger Jeffrey Morgenthaler says bartending is not an art but rather a craft. He believes that making a better tasting, better looking cocktail comes down to technique and knowledge. In this comprehensive guide to cocktail craft, he breaks it all down from ingredients to methods.
A packable high performance saw comes in handy when your camping missions take you out beyond the relative convenience of coin-op showers and the “camp store.” Folded up it fits easily into your backpack, once deployed the saw features a 21-inch blade available in 3 different styles for cutting up all the firewood you need in quick, powerful strokes. A Kickstarter project.
Restaurateur & super-chef Jennifer Scism beat the Iron Chef on TV then decided that the dehydrated camping meals she found in the stores were not cutting it. She began dehydrating her own gourmet ingredients & preparing better backcountry meals. All of her Good To-Go products are made in Maine using fresh, simple ingredients.