Whether you're a serious survivalist or just a frequent camper, the Mora Bushcraft Carbon Black Knife is worth carrying. Made in Sweden by a company that's been at it since 1891, this versatile knife features a 1/8-inch thick, 4.3-inch long blade made from high carbon steel, with a black coating to protect against corrosion and a spine that's been ground for use with a fire starter. It arrives with a black plastic sheath that matches the ergonomic, over-molded rubber grip.
You carry keys. You carry (or should carry) a knife. The Mini Q Key Organizer Knife let you do both, while only grabbing one thing on your way out the door. Machined from aluminum, brass, or titanium, it uses a pivot post to attach the keys you already use, then adds a 2.35-inch, 420HC stainless steel blade to the mix. Like the body, you'll have your choice of a drop point, bottle-opener, or utility blade, and it's available with a satin, brushed, or bead blasted finish.
Tons of functionality. Minimal space. The Pinch Multi-Tool measures under 1.5" x .5", yet packs in a host of tools. There's a slot that lets it pull nails, one to strip wires, a miniature ruler, a 1/4" hex bit holder, a scraper, a pry bar, a hex wrench, a flat screw driver, and the requisite bottle opener. Even with all that, they found space for a keychain hole, so you don't have to worry about it getting lost in your pocket with your other EDC essentials. Crafted from titanium, so it's both rugged and lightweight, and available in Metric or US Standard versions.
Try as they might, few portable grills are truly portable, thanks to rigid bodies, weighty construction, and lengthy cool-down times. The GoBQ Grill solves all these problems. It's made from a silicone-coated fiberglass fabric that lets it fold down for easy packing and keeps the weight to a minimum while allowing it to handle extremely high temperatures. It sets up in under a minute, offers 196 square inches of cooking surface, and cools down quickly so you can get back to what you were doing, whether it was hiking, tailgating, or spending time with friends.
Multiple textures and materials allow the Timberland Stormbuck Lite Oxford to stand out from the rest of the casual wear crowd. The upper is crafted from a hearty canvas and given a suede tipping for an added touch of refinement, which contrasts well with the leather welt and EVA outsole that's smooth on the edges yet offers just the right amount of siping to give you traction in otherwise slippery environments. Available in off-white or a striking blue chambray.
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Getting the details right makes all the difference. So the team at Mack Weldon spent over 10,000 hours creating ridiculously comfortable underwear, socks and t-shirts. To start, they developed their own fabric: super-soft 18-Hour Jersey. Next came features like a no-roll waistband, mesh cool zones and stay-put legs. The result is underwear that like you, never gives up. And yes, shopping is easy at mackweldon.com. Simple selection, volume pricing and amazing service. Not satisfied? No worries, they'll give your money back. They focused on the details, so you don't have to.
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Get yourself ready for camping season by picking up a set of Buck Compadre Outdoor Tools. This series of three tools includes a full tang camping knife, a hatchet designed for chopping, and a froe that's ideal for splitting logs and clearing brush. All three are made from 5160 steel, with signature red powdercoat blades and walnut handles to give them a distinct style.
Fluxmob BOLT² Backup Charger ($60).
Fluxmob ARC Short Cable ($11).
Boker Plus Tactical Pen ($38).
Leatherman Micra Multi-tool ($30).
Obstructures Pry Open Tool ($55).
Spyderco Roadie Knife ($80).
Rolex Fat Lady GMT Watch ($5,700).
Aark Collective Watch Strap ($55).
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The choice between walking the course or grabbing a cart can be tough: the former provides a bit of exercise, the latter speeds up your play. Now there's a third choice: the Golfboard. Developed in collaboration with Bally Total Fitness founder Don Wildman and surfing icon Laird Hamilton, it's a high-performance electric board that gives you the speed of a cart with the added health benefits of standing, and lets you enjoy the terrain of the course like never before. Compatible with most golf bags.
Isaia Pocket Square ($95).
Best Made Mercator Knife ($72).
Karas Kustoms The Bolt Pen ($75).
Hender Scheme Card Case ($158).
1964 Rolex Day-Date Watch ($5,500).
Port Union Fish Hook Bracelet ($14).
J. L. Lawson & Co. Mini EDC Top ($38).
It drives on the highway. It uses regular gas. It fits in normal parking spots. And it flies. The AeroMobil Flying Car is aiming to be a complete solution for door-to-door travel, as it converts back and forth between airplane and car in just seconds. It's powered by a Rotax 912 engine, offers two seats, and is based on a steel framework with an advanced composite shell, wings, and wheels. It has a top speed of 124 mph in the air and 99 mph on the ground, a take-off speed of 81 mph, and a range of 435 miles in the air and 545 on the ground, or more than enough to get you from SF to LA without hitting I-5 once.
While it does sport a vintage style, Tumi 1975 Luggage doesn't necessarily ape bags from the mid-70s. Instead, the number refers to the year of the company's founding, a fact that's celebrated with the collection's carry-on, rucksack, duffel, travel kit, and luggage tag, as well as the full-grain leather and ballistic nylon construction. Designed and made in the US. Limited to just 1,975 pieces.
Your putting isn't likely to win any Major Championships, but at least your putter can. Designed in collaboration with Rory McIlroy and other pros, the Nike Method 006 Putter already has two Majors under its belt, and is likely to add more. Milled from stainless steel, it features a satin finish on the body, a milled face with Polymetal Groove technology for a faster forward roll and greater accuracy, and a classic tour-proven shape. Available in limited quantities, it arrives with a leather headcover, a dozen RZN Black golf balls, and a Method putter design booklet.
Don't let the "cruise" in the name fool you — the BMW Cruise M Bike is much more capable than your standard beach bike. It sports a hydro-formed aluminum frame, with a SR Suntour XCR RL-R fork, Shimano disc brakes, Shimano gears, Rodi rims, 26" Continental CruiseContact tires with enclosed front and back reflectors, a Selle Royal saddle, Velo handlebar grips, and a carbon fiber seatpost and spacer. Weighing under 33 pounds, it comes in a classy gray/black/red color scheme.
Whether you're using it in the kitchen or in the field, the Fave Knife is built to be your favorite cutting tool. The full tang blades are made from high carbon 420 stainless steel by R. Murphy Knives of Ayer, Massachusetts, a company that's been in the business for over 165 years, while the handles are sourced from antique table tops, headboards, cabinets, and other furniture restoration cast-offs. Available in 3- and 4-inch varieties and with your choice of walnut, cherry, mahogany, or maple handles.
Ready to tackle the worst mother nature can throw its way, the aptly named Zippo Rugged Lantern is an ideal wilderness companion. Using high-quality LEDs, it outputs up to 220 lumens of light, offers three brightness settings, lasts up to 12 hours on high thanks to a built-in lithium-ion battery, and has an SOS setting in case of emergency. More importantly, it can withstand drops of up to five feet, boasts an IPX7 water-resistance rating, and floats in water, so you'll still be able to see it as the stream you dropped it into carries it away.
There are plenty of reasons to want an ATV. But if your main focus is speed, you're going to want the Can-Am Maverick X DS. Powered by a 976 cc turbocharged V-twin engine pumping out 121hp, this two seater offers 40% more torque than its closest competitor, as well as a redesigned clutch with a Quick Response System for improved power transfer and an improved cooling system. Other key features include Fox piggyback shocks providing 16" of travel suspension, an adjustable steering wheel and seat, a sturdy steel cage frame, and disk brakes on all four corners for stopping power when you need it.
Throwing knives are traditionally very specific tools. So it's nice to see one that does more than just scare the pants off the person standing in front of the target. The Kniper Throwing Knife Multi-Tool offers a total of 22 functions, including phillips and flathead screwdrivers, a fork, a pry bar, a sundial, a universal hex hole, a combination bottle and can opener, a closed wrench, a rangefinder, a saw, a nail remover, a wire stripper, a wire breaker, a ruler, and even a tobacco pipe. Oh, and it has a pretty sharp 420 high-carbon stainless steel blade, too.
No matter how durable your luggage's body, it's only as strong as its weakest point. That's quite often the wheels. Which is why Heys Stealth Luggage features aluminum wheels that stow away when not in use. Not only does this system keep the wheels safe, it also allows for a bit of extra packing space around the bag after they're retracted. Other features include a 100% polycarbonate shell, a fully-lined interior with compression straps, and a handsome aircraft-inspired design. Available in 21", 26", and 30" varieties.