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Rocket Stove

Rocket Stove will probably become your new favorite outdoorsy mate if you´re a fan of cooking in the open air. It may seem simple but there´s been some thought put into it making it practical, safe and efficient. Built from a special patented metal alloy, it´s rugged and sturdy to withstand heavy-duty use, it´s light enough to carry with you on your long walks or trails (around 9 pounds), and has some practical features such as the legs on the side to improve stability, temperature proof handles, should you have to move it around, and with a nice list of accessories you can purchase on the aftermarket that fit its powerful combustion chamber such as the drip pan or the bigger and handy pot.



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CANNED GUITAR PICKS

Our friend Ryan Barr from Whipping Post has a new product on his online store, Canned Guitar Picks. The can includes 20 quality picks, each with 1mm thickness. Ryan is a keen guitar player, and most of his products revolve around guitar accessories, check out his website for more great stuff. Other great products we have featured by Whipping Post: - Vintage Leather Guitar Case - Guitar Pick Wallet  - Vintage Messenger Bag ...
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BELOW ZERO

Cold temperatures invite a variety of unique ways to interact with nature, from dog sledding to ice fishing to waterfall climbing to bandy, ice motocross and figure skating, countless possibilities await beyond the crowded ski slope and traditional winter activities. Below Zero is a new book by publisher Gestalten, it features dazzling images and explores the brisk side of nature’s beauty and the adventures that await when the temperature falls....
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SCRATCH & SNIFF WINE GUIDE

The Essential Scratch & Sniff Guide to Becoming a Wine Expert is a fun yet educational way of learning how to detect subtle scents in your wine like an expert. In the first book of its kind (yes, it really is scratch and sniff), you´ll be able to discover for example the difference between a Syrah and a Sangiovese, and sniff your way through the basic components of wine: fruits, wood, and earth....
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