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Canopystair

Canopystair is a spiral staircase that straps around any tree trunk! The ingenious contraption requires no tools to set up and won´t harm the tree, all is held up without drilling even a single hole. The modular staircase features beautifully designed wooden platforms made from curved birch plywood that are progressively attached around the tree trunk with ratchet straps, creating a beautiful and solid spiral staircase up the trunk of a tree. Genius!



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BIKE SHELF

This is a very smart creation. Designer Chris Brigham, after a spell doing graphic design created is own furniture line called Knife & Saw. After noticing there´s a void when it comes to elegant bike management solutions, he decided to do something to fix this problem. The shelf is made from solid walnut wood and suspended by a solid steel square mount. You can showcase your bike and utilize the shelf for books....
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MATADOR POCKET BLANKET

Believe it or not, the Matador Pocket Blanket is a a blanket that fits in the palm of your hand! The ultra compact blanket unravels to 55x44 inches, big enough to fit four people sitting or two people laying. Made from hi-tech HyprLyte Nylon, Matador is water repellent to keep you clean and dry, puncture resistant, features weighted corners for breezy days, and comes with the "easy pack pattern" for easy folding, and includes an attached storage pouch. Perfect for p...
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SELKBAG 4G LITE | SLEEP WEAR SYSTEM

The newest Selkbag is the 4th generation Lite, it´s 30% lower in weight than Selk’bag 3G. The full-body sleeping bag suit is rated to 45 degrees Fahrenheit and is perfect  for outdoor enthusiasts and a variety of adventures. Great solution for those who are uncomfortable in traditional mummy or rectangular sleeping bags....
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