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November 2021 Finds On Uncrate Supply

In this monthly instalment, we head over to Uncrate Supply to highlight some of our favorite pieces worthy of your setup. These guys stock pretty much everything, from objects of desire, EDC gear and urban garb, to tools of the trade. And nine times out of ten they will be black. This month we highlight some of our favorite products where you can expect an elevated tier of craftsmanship and distinction alike.

This rugged jacket has an outer made from 100% waxed cotton, augmented with weather-fighting features like a wool yoke, leather trim, and corduroy collar, a storm skirt, and a rollaway hood.
BUY | $895

Vallon gives the classic Aviator a performance upgrade with the Howlin Sunglasses. Built for the outdoors, the frame tweaks the traditional silhouette with a rectangular shape and an added curve to protect from side glare.
BUY | $119

It works with a companion app that includes an interactive flight school, access to pre-programmed stunts, and manual controls designed for use with the included joystick. Flight time is roughly 12 minutes per charge.
BUY | $120

Gerber´s ComplEAT culinary multitool offers convenience of a home kitchen in the wild. The innovative tool is comprised of 4 components: aluminum spoon and fork, a silicon dual-sided spatula, and a 4 function multi-tool. Flip the spatula around and connect it to the fork for camp tongs. Plus, the kit includes a handheld multitool with bottle opener, veggie peeler, serrated package opener, and can opener.
BUY | $29

This Uncrate-only ten-volume collection, updated to now include Hemingways arguably most classic work, The Old Man and The Sea, is designed with the authors iconic signature and all black jackets that are sure to stand out on any bookshelf.
BUY | $475

Comprised of 1,379 pieces, this detailed model includes a V6 engine with moving pistons (similar to the twin-turbo V6 in the real thing), working suspension on all four wheels, four opening doors, an opening hood, and a working truck bed.
BUY | $100

Originally developed in 1986 by request of Kelly Air Force Base, Marathons Military Navigator Pilots Quartz was built to withstand extreme changes in pressure and altitude without sacrificing readability.
BUY | $380

These wireless headphones have three active noise-canceling modes, and in all three modes, the crisp, warm sound that helps M&D cans stand out isn not lost, with a little extra low-end punch when canceling is activated. Each pair has an impressive 24 hours of battery life, strong Bluetooth range, and built-in Google Assistant.
BUY | $500

Earthy tans make a great pairing with jeans, and thats exactly what New Balances 997H Mushroom Trek colorway offers. A sportier take on the venerable 997, it has an upper thats made from suede and Cordua nylon mesh, offset by white accents.
BUY | $100

Transform your bulky mess of a keyring into an organized, quiet stack with the Orbitkey Key Kit. It fits up to seven keys and includes a slim 8GB USB 3.0 stick and a stainless steel multi-tool, which works as a bottle opener, hex wrench, box cutter, file, and a flat-head screwdriver.
BUY | $60

Designed and engineered to last a lifetime, this mechanical pencil is the best one you will ever own or use. The custom-made writing device is machined from one solid piece of metal to give it incredible strength and tested for weight balance from end to end.
BUY | $180+

This compact multi-tool is designed to be carried in a pocket or on a keychain and has a dual-ended design with a locking, replaceable blade at one end and a combination pry bar, wire stripper, nail puller, flathead driver, and bottle opener at the other.
BUY | $23

Hollow spy coins have been around since the days of the Cold War. Now you can secretly carry troves of important data with these Covert Coins. Available in US Quarter and .50 Euro denominations, theyre hand-machined from real coins to create an interior compartment thats just the right size for a microSD card.
BUY | $24+

Monoculars are good for everything from hunting to birdwatching to improving the "cheap seat" experience. Nocs Zoom Tube is handier than most. IPX4 water-resistant and fog proof, it offers an 8x zoom from a 32mm multi-coated lens and BaK4 roof prism.
BUY | $75

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