The 5-Day Mule from surf apparel brand Roark, is a 55-liter travel/daypack that will support your daily adventures & longer trips with sweet features like a laptop sleeve, padded back support, water bottle & sunglass pockets & a side carry handle.
Right on time for the deep freeze, SmartWool’s all-new Intraknit line of Merino wool base layers are ready for action in the arctic outdoors. The Intraknit line is marked by fewer seams, an articulated performance fit, and body-mapped ventilation to cut down on bulk while allowing for effortless freedom of movement. They’re breathable, flexible, and the perfect natural insulator in variable conditions and high-intensity activities.
Danner’s winter-ready Arctic 600 is a warm, go-everywhere stomper that features the brand’s own Danner Dry waterproof protection, 200G of PrimaLoft insulation, a Vibram SPE midsole, and an aggressive Vibram Arctic Grip outsole. A half-zip inner closure makes it faster to step in & out of the boot for those quick trips out into the cold.
With its rugged wireless + plug-in design, Makita’s DML811 18V LXT is a powerful, commercial-quality work light that will illuminate all kinds of jobs. 3-mode operation delivers an impressive 3,000 lumens of LED light for up to 13 hours on a charge using the brand’s long-lasting 6.0Ah 18V LXT battery packs.
Flint & Tinder’s flannel-lined Waxed Trucker Jacket is a timeless denim-jacket design but features waxed and weather-resistant Martexin 7 oz. sailcloth fabrication. Designed to break-in and improve with age and wear, as well as shed wet weather, the flannel lining adds an extra layer of winter warmth.
The 30th anniversary of Tim Burton’s iconic Batman movie has arrived in a 3300-piece commemorative Lego Batmobile kit. The car measures over 23-inches long, highlighted by the dual turbine exhaust and goth batwing fairings. It comes with a Batman mini-fig and a rotating display that features classic branding from the 1989 film. Available November 29.
Razer’s latest high-end wireless gaming mouse is called the Basilisk Ultimate. It’s just as fast & responsive as the wired model & also features an upgraded & all-new 20,000 DPI optical sensor, ergonomic design, programmable onboard profiles for custom settings & features like adjustable scroll resistance for a personalized feel.
Ebo is a robot purpose-built to keep your cat company. It’s an autonomous ’bot that allows you to monitor, capture & record your feline friend in 1080p HD video. Ebo rolls on wheels & dances on its own, plus features collision sensors to keep playtime from getting too rowdy. A funded Kickstarter.
Built for adventures on and off the beaten path, Nixon’s 47mm Ripley combines digital and analog functions to keep you on time. It’s the best of both worlds, with digital time, temperature, and altitude readings behind the 3-hand analog movement. Activate “City Mode” to hide the digital functions for a more refined look.
To get the fire blazing, we wanna work smarter, not harder, right? The Kindling Cracker firewood splitter makes it effortless. Constructed of a solid piece of high-quality cast iron, the design allows for safe, easy splitting, ejecting perfectly-sized loglets that will get your fire crackling fast. No axe required.
Handcrafted in full-grain vegetable-tanned Italian leather, the Ta-Da Card Case from Hardgraft fans open giving you easy access to at least 7 cards as well as cash. A black herringbone elastic strap keeps it closed & a small back pocket keeps a few folded bills ever-ready.
What’s worse, being paranoid about online privacy or knowing you should be? Well, this Winston thing solves both problems. Unlike stuff like “incognito mode” & pop-up blockers & even VPN’s, Winston actually keeps your data & activity safe from prying eyes. Once plugged in, it provides industrial-strength security by scrambling, encrypting, & anonymizing all your home internet activity while making your IP address impossible to track. A funded Kickstarter.
The Unit 1 System is a winter-sport helmet & headphone combo that brings solid hi-fi sounds to your days on the slopes for both music & communication. When your day is done, the headphones pop out for all your aprés activities. The helmet features an ABS hard-shell and an EPS liner to comply with ASTM 2040 and EN 1077B international safety standards. Glove-friendly buttons & 16-hour battery life seal the deal. Available for pre-order now.
Rocky Mountain Underground’s 35-liter BRFCS Travel Bag is a rugged, well-designed travel bag that zips-out and expands up to 50-liter capacity. The bag is constructed of rugged cotton canvas that has a weatherproof PU & wax coating, to shed rain and snow. It can be carried as a backpack with stowable shoulder straps & waist belt. Full-zip internal organizers keep gear separated & in its place. Features like a padded laptop sleeve, locking zippers, helmet sling, & zip sidewall pockets add to its versatility.
Prized for its ability to retain heat & cook evenly, naturally non-stick cast iron cookware is a top choice for everyone from chefs to old school camp cooks to mommy bloggers. And Field Company makes the goods. Their cast iron skillets, available in a range of sizes and made in the USA, feature a smoother, easier to clean finish & slightly lighter weight than traditional designs.
Cotopaxi’s Allpa 42L is the largest of the brand’s range of rugged, go-anywhere travel bags. The outer shell of the Allpa is made of tough & weather-resistant TPU-coated 1000D polyester paired with 1680D ballistic nylon paneling. It will fit in the airline overhead and keep gear dry squeezed into the cargo-hold of a puddle jumper. With multiple carry options, you can run it as a duffle, pack, or (large) brief. Available in black or blue.
The Espresso Display is an ultra-thin modular monitor that instantly transforms your laptop into a multi-screen mobile workstation. At just 5mm thickness, these modular displays are USB-C & HDMI compatible, adding touchscreen capability as well as doubling screen real estate. Espresso offers 2 versatile mounts for multiple view options. A funded Kickstarter.
Vargo’s latest knife, a lightweight EDC folder called the Sobata 398, boasts a blade made of sintered titanium-ceramic, which the brand claims will hold an edge 5-times longer than hardened steel. Weighing just 2.3 ounces, the mix of titanium & ceramic gives the blade a unique feel that is more like a serrated knife while resisting wear.
Kammok is known for its lightweight camping hammocks. Now, using the power of crowdsourcing, the Texas-based brand is launching their first line of waterproof bags. Their roll-top Burro backpack is available in 2 sizes: 16-liter & 26-liter, both feature ripstop nylon construction with a laminate core, PU-coating and seam-seal for a waterproof rating of 12k. The line also features a 30-liter duffle with stashable backpack straps, & a removable seat/laptop protector.
Not only is this the smallest full-color digital printer in the world, it can print on metal, wood, paper, fabric, leather, plastic, and just about anything else. The palm-size PrinCube is easy to set-up with Android or Apple OS and prints with the push of a button in vivid, lifelike color. Ink lasts for up to 415 pages of printing and the battery gives you 6-hours of nonstop run-time. A funded Indiegogo.