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Possibilities Kit | By Best Made

Best Made Company have accustomed us to many quality, dependable products, that can be used and passed down for generations to come. Their latest addition is an EDC loverīs dream - the Possibilities Kit, a set of basic tools that accomplish what your fingers can’t, such as removing a stuck cap, prying a stubborn nail, mending a broken shoelace, or changing out a rusted screw... the Possibilities Kit will turn sudden inconveniences into small victories.



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RUSH 24 BACKPACK

Awesome looking bag the 5.11 Rush 24 Backpack, this ribbed, rugged bag constructed from water-resistant, 1,050-denier nylon has plenty of pockets, storage compartments and internal dividers to keep your gadgets safe. ...
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XPG STORMS EDGE STRETCH JACKET | BY CABELAS | Image

XPG STORMS EDGE STRETCH JACKET | BY CABELAS

Renown outdoor outfitter Cabelaīs, have introduced the great looking XPG Storms Edge Stretch Jacket. The hardshell jacket is made ​​using Cabelaīs proprietary multilayer membrane Dry-Plus, a waterproof and breathable shell that protects you from any weather. The stretch fabric assures a sleek fit and allows uninhibited freedom of movement designed for active use. Watch the explanatory video of the Dry-Plus material. ...
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ETHNOTEK BAGS

Ethnotek is a new exciting brand founded by Jake Orak and created by a small group of creative people with a passion for world travel. The cool and rugged backpack we feature here, has the ability to remove and customize the main front panel of the product (named Thread). Each Thread is the main piece of the bag which incorporates a fair-trade acquired ethnic textile. Find out more about the bag on this postīs detail page. Photography: Bless this Stuff...
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