Flint Laces

Ask any self-proclaimed outdoorsman what's the most important element of surviving the wilderness, and odds are, he'll say redundancy in all things — if one tool fails, it's essential to always have some sort of a backup (and maybe even a backup for your backup). And that's exactly what makes Flint Laces so vital: they give you an alternative means of making fire for when your matches get wet and your lighter won't spark. Housing a section of rubber-encased ferro rod at the end of the bootlace, all you need to do is expose it and strike it with steel to make a spark.

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