There are two types of guys in the world. There are knife guys, and there are guys with knives. I tend to fall in the latter group and while I love to geek out on gear, I don’t pretend to possess the acumen of a genuine blade guru. That doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate a…
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While most of the project vehicles at SEMA have become the bastions of bad taste, there are still fantastic products and new innovations to be found. For this product showcase, I review some of the more notable offerings. WARN: Each year Warn manages to not only release new products, but also stay true to…
Overlanding goes upscale with a new venue for Overland Expo East.
Should you add some brawn to the sharp end of your vehicle, or leave it stock?
A daily carry knife built to withstand anything you throw at it
Don’t let a flat tire be your first and only indicator of low air pressure.
France’s most popular pocket knife is still going strong.
One-click printing on any standard printer and at no cost.
Multi-function Swiss Precision.
A water-proof heat resistant wrap that is 100 times stronger than duct-tape
These five items could save you from misadventure.
The pen is indeed mightier than the sword
Wearable tools? What will they think of next?
Thinking outside of the box, the Squarehead is if anything–unique.
Understanding GEOS and what happens when you summon their assistance.
Big power in a tiny package. The penlight reinvented.
My first Spyderco was a Rescue model that I received for my 15th birthday. I’ve used it tirelessly for over two decades, and having never sharpened it, I still rely on it today. To me, there is no question about the quality of a Spyderco. Pick any model they make and you can trust it. Given the opportunity…