You'd better be pretty confident in your product to name it "King," but we're guessing that's not a problem with the Thermos Stainless King ($20-$25) line. Available as a travel mug, beverage bottle, or food jar, these hardcore containers feature unbreakable stainless steel interiors and exteriors, leak-proof lids, the ability to handle both hot and cold items, and a gorgeous blue finish worthy of royalty.
Yeah, yeah, we know you can use your smartphone flash as a flashlight — but we also know it isn't good for your battery, or for seeing things farther than three feet away. The 4Sevens Preon 2 Flashlight ($45) solves this problem by being plenty bright — with a maximum output of 120 lumens thanks to its CREE XP-G LED — but maintaining an extremely small, pocket friendly size that makes it suitable for carrying every day. It also features seven output modes, clip and keychain attachment options, and IPX-8 water resistance — something your smartphone can only dream about. [Thanks, Noah]
If you're the type of person who jumps out of planes into unknown wilderness simply to see if you can make it back to civilization, you're either Bear Grylls, or you need to have your head examined. You also need to pick up a Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit ($50). This compact kit includes a host of survival tools — including a mini multi-tool, a waterproof bag, a miniature light, a hand saw, a signaling mirror, survival blanket, fire starter, waterproof matches, a cotton ball to use as tinder, snare wire, an emergency cord, waxed thread, a fishing kit, a sewing kit, Land to air rescue and SOS instructions, and a pocket guide that should help keep your ass alive.
The season of wintry weather is nearing its end — or so we hope — but it's never too early to start gearing up for next year. The Hublot Sledge ($TBA) is a design concept that melds the attention to detail of fine watch making with the thrill of flying down a hillside on your ass. Features include an ash wood frame, hand-sewn leather seat, carbon fiber handles, and steel runners, all of which add up to a great-looking sled that fast, stable, and maneuverable, and unfortunately limited to a run of just 10 pieces.
Most companies release a simple, limited edition product to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Cabela's, on the other hand, appears to have released a limited edition anniversary version of everything they've ever sold. Okay, not really, but amongst the range of Cabela's 50th Anniversary Fishing Gear ($3-$2,200) you'll find lures, rods, reels, hats, guns, vests, coffee mugs, jackets, rifle scopes, t-shirts, shot glasses, and a bunch of other stuff that you probably don't need but is sure to raise your cred at the local fishing hole.