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Hyperflesh Masks

Hyperflesh first went viral with their very creepy and awesome baby masks. The award winning masks are made from high quality extra thick latex and are handcrafted by artist Landon Meier. Meier’s work is really impressive, and he as now added some more hyper realistic masks to his portfolio, including Ron Jeremy, Mike Tyson and a hilarious Charlie Sheen head. You can email Landan with purchasing interest at: landon@hyperflesh.com
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POCKET SHOWER

We love compact stuff that can save us precious space, specially when out on the trail and backpacking. Packing light is essential and this Pocket Shower by Sea to Summit is a life savior solution for when you venture out into the wild. The nifty contraption allows you to take a 7 minute warm shower outdoors! simply fill the 10 Liter (2.6 gallon) insulative pouch with water and allow it to soak up the heat from the sun, then enjoy an open air shower before hitting t...
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ELEMENT GRILL | BY FUEGO | Image

ELEMENT GRILL | BY FUEGO

The best thing about the element grill is not its look, its the fact that no messy charcoal is required. This 21-inch gas grill not only adds a vision of modern art to any back deck or patio, but it also cooks up great-tasting food. Itīs sleek looks that will go great with a modern outdoor furniture setup....
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GEORGE & WILLY FIRE STARTER

George & Willy Fire Starter is a device developed to make firestarting a simple and effortless task. Inspired by whalers method, it uses a porous ceramic stone, that is normally soaked in some kind of burning fat kept in its storage unit, like lamp oil, which you can easily purchase at your local hardware store, just light it with a match and place it under the wood or coal you want to burn and thatīs it. Itīll burn from 15 to 20 minutes, enough to light what yo...
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