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Able Archer Bags

Able Archer is a new brand of bags, their latest line is inspired by the work of photojournalists, news writers and guerrilla filmmakers. The bags are rugged and functional, invoking military surplus designs, and the collection includes a Buttpack, a Mapcase, a Satchel, a Rucksack and a Duffel, all made with long lasting, hi-tech materials.



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GORUCK HALF ZIP

The Goruck Half Zip thrives under a ruck in Afghanistan, at the bar in New York City, or at any campsite the world over. The heavyweight performance jacket is designed to resist abrasions and wick away moisture at the same time, it is perfect for an everyday active lifestyle. The Half Zip is a durable and incredibly effective piece of gear that is made with a tactical design and plenty of rugged appeal in mind. Available in two versions Tough Half Zip (Light) a...
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CARDSHARP4

Ian Sinclair Design contacted us with news on the release of a new version of their Cardsharp, a popular credit card size pocket knife. Cardsharp4 is a new and improved version of the superlight and supersharp utility knife. The card itself is now made from ultralight aluminum instead of plastic used in previous versions. Other significant improvements are the inclusion of a two-stage safety lock, a new Zytel rivet for securing the blade to the body, and new spring-...
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TIMEX EXPEDITION WATCH

Timex mens E-Altimeter expedition watch is a must-have accessory for hikers, skiers, and climbers. The digital altimeter provides, tide, thermometer, and compass functionality with an intuitive display, while making a bold statement about your adventurous spirit. It has an altitude range of -400 to 25,000 feet....
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