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How To Survive Anything

The authors of "Outdoor Life” have been providing outdoor and urban survival expertise to millions of readers over the years, their new book How to Survive Anything helps you get prepared for whatever life throws at you, be ready for the everyday threats such as earthquakes, avalanches and hurricanes, meteor strikes or killer viruses. With over 200 pages of wonderfully illustrated guides, the all-purpose A to Z manual, lays out the survival situations we’re all likely to face, and gets you prepared for whatever this world throws at you.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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TITANIUM FUNNEL FLASK | BY VARGO | Image

TITANIUM FUNNEL FLASK | BY VARGO

No more spilling your booze! This sleek and rugged Titanium Funnel Flask by Vargo features an integrated silicone funnel that´s always there when you need it, simply fold it up when you need filling, then fold it down to sip comfortably.  The funnel also functions as a perfect spout to pour your alcohol back into its original container....
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DOOMED | CRYSTAL SKULL SHOT GLASS | Image

DOOMED | CRYSTAL SKULL SHOT GLASS

Another original product from Fred & Friends, Doomed is a "Crystal Skull" shot glass that holds 2.5 ounces of your favorite beverage, when filled the liquid inside the skulls seems to "float" inside of the rim of the glass. The glass looks amazing with darker colored liquids in it, making the skull stand out. Also check out the very cool "Bombs away" shot glasses....
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T-TOP ROOF TENTS | BY EEZI-AWN | Image

T-TOP ROOF TENTS | BY EEZI-AWN

If you like jeep adventures and camping, you must know of the hazards of camping in the wild. South African company EEzi-Awn sure knows about the hazards they been making roof-top tents for 25 years. By camping on your jeep´s roof-top you will keep safe from wildlife, insects, and avoid damp terrain when it rains....
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