This is not the same as the hot knives your older brother & his friends used to fail college classes. This titanium-coated butter knife transfers heat from your hand into the blade to melt butter, spreads, jams, chocolate & more. No electricity or batteries required.
Even when all your gear is wet, the lighter is empty and your firesteel is lost in the mulch 8 miles back down the trail, if you’ve got Flint Laces, you’ve got fire. They’re bootlaces but each lace tip holds a 1 inch ferro rod capped with rubber. Pop the cap, strike the rod with a steel edge & you’re blazing.
Amped up on “Arctic Fever”, the USS Jeanette set sail for the uncharted waters of the North Pole in 1879. It never came back. Amazingly though, the few sailors who survived the ice-pack shipwreck walked 1000-miles across Siberia battling Polar Bears and starvation.
If you’re in need of something to keep the hair out of your face and/or you need a superlight little tool, surprise, we found it. The Leatherdos is a stainless steel hair clip that also has screwdrivers, a wrench, a trolley coin, a ruler & cutting edge, all in one.
Cooking flesh on the end of a stick over an open fire becomes at least one level more civilized when you place the carcass between the welcoming jaws of Grandpa’s FireGrill, a collapsible, packable stainless camp cooker that attaches to any stick offering a more secure way to do dinner caveman style.
Anthrax gave metal what their peers like Slayer, Megadeth, & Metallica never dared: a bit of humor. And the fans loved them for it. This memoir from Anthrax ax-man Scott Ian, a self-proclaimed ‘weird Jewish kid from Queens’ tells the bands whole history as well as Ian’s personal story which is also quite humorous.
Made of matte-finish 420 stainless steel, this ultra-light folding knife from Deejo features a belt clip and a distinctive Juniper wood handle.
Sure, your Vitamix is amazing but what can you do with a waffle iron? Steak? Pizza? Apple Pie? Yup. These and 50 other recipes are just waiting to be discovered in this quirky new cookbook from food freak Daniel Shumski.
If you’re keen to rid yourself of that jangling, high school janitor-style keychain, the Keysmart 2.0 can do it. Your keys will instead be nested in a compact, aluminum, Swiss Army knife-style frame that will prevent key jabs to the thigh and that dreaded jangle. Made in Chicago, USA.
This is the story of an American boy raised by his terrorist father, El-Sayyid Nosair—the man who planned the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center. But contrary to popular wisdom, the boy (& now author) Zak Ebrahim did not evolve into a radicalized terrorist himself but rather developed an ideology of peace, empathy, & tolerance.