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Sweetfire Fire Starter

UCO is a brand known for their advanced outdoor lighting gear and firestarting accessories for campers and adventurers alike. The Sweetfire Strikeable Fire Starter is a must have in your gear, made from recycled sugarcane waste, each triangle burns for 7 minutes! The pyramid stick features a strikable tip that can be used with striker on box, eliminating need for matches. A great firestarting accessorie to help outdoorsmen everywhere get a fire going regardless of the quality of tinder in the area.



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GRAVITY BALANS CHAIR | Image

GRAVITY BALANS CHAIR

The Gravity Balans chair was designed by Peter Opsvik for Varier Furniture. Has the name suggests, you can float free of gravity and experience the ultimate power nap. Fully reclined, the Gravity balans elevates your legs above your heart, and rocks gently to the rhythm of your breathing, so you experience a liberating sense of weightlessness. Spine and neck are fully supported while your body enjoys total relaxation....
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MINIMAL WOODEN BIKE HOOK

Simple, clean and functional, these minimal wooden bike hooks are all you need to showcase and store your prized bike. The pair of hooks are made in beautiful and natural plain oak wood and are perfect to store your bicycle indoors. If you´re a DIY type of guy, you could probably make these yourself....
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DOG PACKS | BY RUFFWEAR

Do you like taking your fury friend along with you on your backcountry adventures? These sleek dog packs by Ruffwear feature an efficient, weight-forward design with plenty of stash pockets allowing your dog to carry hydration bottles, leash, pickup bags and other essential hiking gear. The saddlebags also feature a reflective trim for visibility in low-light conditions. Its recommended that your dog carry no more than 25 - 30% of their body weight in the...
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