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Evrgrn Crash Sack

The Evrgrn Crash Sack is a versatile sleeping bag that combines the warmth of a sleeping bag with the indulgent comfort of a puffy jacket. The fun wearable bag features arm holes that help you grab what you need around camp, making getting out of your tent to make a cup of coffee a whole lot easier. It is lightweight and has a warm synthetic insulation that keeps you warm in temps down to 45F, and features interior pockets to keep your phone and other essentials at hand. Available in several colors and in three sizes.

Also check out the very cool Evrgrn Campfire Rocker




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OFFICE POD

The ability to work from home is a trend that is here to stay. Technology allows it, legislation permits it and employers often now encourage it. An OfficePOD provides a working environment that is separate to home life. The hassle free OfficePOD service deals with everything from site survey and installation through to customer services and POD relocation in the case of moving house or employer....
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STAKELIGHT

The Stakelight by UCO, makes campsite navigation safe and easy, it creates a perimeter of light around your tent, making it easy to find or set-up, it also alerts campers to the presence of tent guy lines. Constructed from durable 5000 series aluminum and highly water-resistant the Stakelight features a built-in LED that provides 17 lumens of light and burns for up to 10 hours. You can also set it to strobe mode(burns for up to 24 hours) to help locate your tent ove...
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LAS PALMERAS PERU | GREG WRIGHT ARCHITECTS

Las Palmeras is a breathtaking project by Greg Wright Architects. These 2 holiday houses on the coastline of Peru which sit prominently at the top of a rock cliff overlooking the beach and ocean, are anchored into the rock with a stone sculptural plinth rising up to the living levels, concealing a basement floor below. ...
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