No, it's not a real grenade — instead, the Marine-designed, USA-made Z.A.P.S. Survival Grenade is a compact, waterproofed kit designed to keep you alive in any situation. Inside the 45-feet of paracord, you'll find a steel shackle, a load bearing spring clip, a compass, a wire saw, three wire snares, a fire starter, three pieces of tinder, 30 feet of fishing line, three fish hooks, six sinkers, two barrel swivels, a knife blade, a sheet of aluminum foil, a gallon Ziploc bag, three stormproof matches with striker, a large needle, 20 feet of black thread, six water purification tablets, a whistle, duct tape, and a laminated users guide. Extensive, to say the least.


When you buy handmade gear, there's shopping local, and then there's shopping local — Octovo x Tilley Surfboards fall squarely into the latter camp. Individually crafted by hand in his Port Orford, Oregon shop from locally-sourced Cedar native to the region, these boards are made with rugged pacific coasts and cold water in mind. With five designs in total, the surfboards feature original graphics and paint schemes to set them apart from every other board out there. And each one comes with a custom carrying bag complete with shock-resistant padding, waterproof materials, leather covers and handles, titanium hardware, and padded shoulder straps.



With temperatures steadily rising, it's time to finally retire that beat up cooler you've been dragging around for years. With these Leather Coolers from Coleman, you get all the tried and true quality that the Coleman name brings, but also get a cooler covered in hand stitched leather. Whether you need to keep a sixer cool or tote around lunch and drinks for the whole family, Coleman has you covered with coolers that are finally as good looking as they are reliable.


Neither rain, nor smoke, nor fog will keep you from seeing your target with these Ricoh NV-10A Enhanced Binoculars. Using Pentax Atmospheric Interference Reduction technology, these advanced optics feature a single button that clarifies, brightens, and sharpens images even in the worst conditions. They also let you capture still images or video of whatever you're looking at, with stabilization for added clarity, GPS to record location data, and infrared capabilities for improved vision at night. Oh, and they're also water resistant, dustproof, and covered in a grippy rubber, so they're just as ready for the elements as the technology inside.



Mixing classic design with modern components, the Barebones Lantern is your new camping companion. Its warm Cree LED lights can provide 325 lumens of illumination for up to four hours on high, or a soft glow for over 80 hours on low. Rechargeable Li-ion batteries power up over USB in as little as four hours, and its steel body and hanging handle are finished in a dark antique bronze that pairs well with its classic silhouette.


Bridging the gap between hiking boots and full-on crampons, Yaktrax Traction Cleats can provide secure footing in packed snow or glacial ice. They weigh just over a pound, so they're no trouble to pack along on cold weather hikes, and the patented Boa closure system makes it easy to slip them on and off. Twelve 3/8-inch carbon steel spikes dig into the toughest terrain, while stainless steel chain and a rubber outer band hold them in place.



Bring the complex flavors of your favorite dark liquor to your next cookout with Bourbon Barrel Grill Wood ($14). Made from repurposed bourbon barrel staves, this wood is great for grilling or smoking, and is sure to impart the sweet yet smoky flavors of bourbon to whatever type or cut of meat you happen to be cooking.


Small enough to fit in the tiniest of trunks, the Traeger Ranger Pellet Grill lets you enjoy wood-fired meats and veggies wherever you go. Its 184 square-inch grilling area is large enough to handle multiple steaks, six burgers, or ten hot dogs at once. A Digital Arc controller works in combination with the 8 lb. hopper to precisely control the temperature, and also makes possible the "keep warm" mode that lets you cook your food ahead of time. There's a meat probe for checking temps without lifting the lid, and an included cast iron griddle for cooking up camp-worthy breakfasts.



Having previously built its own rooftop tent that would work with Yakima bars, Poler decided to go all the way and team up with their PNW neighbor for the SkyRise Rooftop Tent. Based on the 56" x 96" x 48" medium model, its 210D nylon is finished in Poler's signature fuzzy camo pattern for a unique look. The windows and skylights have zip-open solid panels with mesh underneath for circulation and views of the night sky, and the pre-set aluminum frame folds out and sets up in minutes. The included foam mattress keeps you comfy, tool-free installation makes it hassle-free to attach to your vehicle's racks, and it packs up small to keep a low profile when you're on the move.


When you're far from civilization, having one piece of gear pull double-duty is nice. Having one piece of gear pull triple-duty, or beyond, is an absolute dream. Enter the Snow Peak Camp Couch from REI, which boasts the shape-shifting abilities of a table + two chairs, a plush couch, a sleeping cot — which folds out to an impressive 83 inches — and a stackable shelving unit. Like all the other equipment in REI's Snow Peak line, it's lightweight with a solid build quality that's meant to go everywhere and do everything, making it a great addition to your adventure gear.



Whether you're camping or preparing for the worst, the Survival Spark is a great thing to bring along. Its magnesium fire starter stick is good for up to 15,000 strikes and sparks easily with the large scraper. Also built-in are a compass and a whistle, and the whole thing comes on a lanyard for hanging around your neck. Lightweight and only 5.5 inches long, it's affordable enough to keep one anywhere you might need it, including your vehicle and your bag.


Coats are our first line of defense against winter chill. But whether you left yours in the car overnight or it's just that damn cold outside, sometimes they're not enough. The Torch Coat Heater is a battery-operated heater that fits inside any coat you own, helping to bridge the gap between "still pretty cold" and "perfectly comfortable". It has four settings, lasts for up to five hours on a single charge, and is both thin and durable, so you can take it from your heaviest outdoor coat to a sharp, dressy jacket without ruining your look.



Space in your pockets is precious. Make the most of it with the TPT Titanium Pocket Tool. Crafted from a strong, lightweight grade 5 titanium alloy, it hides a finger-safe utility blade inside that doubles as a camping fork. Other openings and edges let it serve as a ruler, 1/4" hex bit driver, bottle opener, mini pry bar, flat head screwdriver, scraper, and 15 sizes of SAE and metric wrenches — pretty much any basic tool you can think of. Ships with a lanyard and leather carrying sheath.


Pelican's ELS series, short for Emergency Lighting System, is perhaps best utilized in the 3310ELS flashlight. Solving the most common problem during a power outage of actually finding a flashlight, the 3310ELS features a glow-in-the-dark body and is housed in a tamper-proof case that can be wall-mounted, making locating and accessing the flashlight easy. Runs on three AA batteries and can last up to 202 hours on the low setting and up to 8 hours at the full 378 lumens from the triple LEDs.



Sturdy, structured, and insulated enough to earn a multi-day ice retention rating, the Icemule Boss backpack is the answer to your backcountry cooling needs. Rather than dragging a similarly-sized cooler across whatever terrain you're on, or attempting to roll it along a sandy beach, you can sling this cooler onto your back and let the engineered straps and padding take over. The Boss features a wide-mouth opening for easy packing and unpacking, a waterproof outer layer, organizational pockets inside, and plenty of straps and clips on the outside so it can be tied down wherever you need it.


Lighter than most metal flasks, the GSI Outdoors Boulder Flask has another advantage over its competitors: you can see when it's running low. Its body is made from transparent, shatter-resistant copolyester resin, with a grippy silicone bumper running around the outside for protection against bumps and drops. The wide mouth makes filling and pouring a cinch, and the top is hinged so it won't get misplaced.



Make your next snorkeling trip far more exciting with the Sea Doo Underwater SeaScooter. Powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, it can move you around at depths of up to 130 feet and at speeds of over 4 mph. It has three speeds for added control, a self-filling ballast hull for neutral buoyancy, and ergonomic handles with trigger controls. The batteries are good for up to 90 minutes per charge, and are easily swappable for back-to-back dives.


You can carry a backpack, and carry a tent. Or you can wear the Moedal & Totem Backpack Tent on your next excursion. Totem, the one-man, three season tent, was designed to work with the Moedal backpack, attaching to its rear side via zipper, and setting up in just 30 seconds. Once it's up, you can detach the backpack to keep your gear with you as explore the wilderness nearby, or use the handy access door on the back to get to your gear without needing to leave the tent. Each set is hand-cut, sewn, and assembled by a 100% blind workforce in Raleigh, NC, giving employment to those who otherwise might not find it.



TaylorMade's Spider is the most popular putter on tour. Now you can make it your own. The MySpider lets you configure everything about it, from the type of neck — double-bend, slant, or plumber-neck — to the color and shape of the sightline. Underneath the cosmetics, you get the same tour-proven performance as the original, but with the added bonus of pride that comes from looking down at a putter you designed yourself, whether it's Masters green or all black.


Created by seasoned toy maker Mattel, the ThingMaker 3D Printer gives you free reign over your own in-house toy factory. Design your creatures on the ThingMaker Design app or export them straight from the cloud. They'll be wirelessly sent to the printer where it will spit out your custom action figure. A retracting print head and automated door lock make it safe for the kiddos and overly anxious adults. The app is already available at the App Store and Google Play, but you'll have to wait until the fall to get your hands on those TOTY-worthy creations.



Flipping is a constant danger for whitewater rafters — you're going to get wet, you might lose some gear, and worse case scenario is injury or worse. Creature Craft Anti-Roll Inflatable Whitewater Rafts use a patented inflatable roll cage to keep you from flipping. It's easy to get them back upright, the cage helps protect you and any crew from rocks and other obstacles while on your side, and thigh straps keep you securely in your seat. Available in one, two, and three-person models.


No one wants to use a hand pump on the side of the road. Compressed air canisters work in a pinch, but they're not reusable. The Mini Fumpa Bicycle Pump can get you back up and running in under a minute, no waste required. It weighs under seven ounces, fits in a pocket, and is powered by a rechargeable battery that can inflate a single tire up to 120 psi or a pair of tires up to 100 psi each. It works exclusively with Presta valves, while the full-size Fumpa trades size and weight for added compatibility.



The Grayl Ultralight operates similarly to a French press, letting you fill it with water, plunge the filter down, and drink without worrying about 99.99% of bacteria, viruses, and debris. Based on a simple award-winning design, this water bottle saves you the trouble of packing lots of drinking water during a thru-hike or short excursion by letting you purify river or lake water as you go, and its replaceable filter is rated for 300 uses. It also doesn't need batteries, UV lights, or a complex filter or straw system, making it an ideal choice for anyone who needs to pack light and be certain their gear will do its job.


There are plenty of reasons why building a fire on the ground might be unappealing. The Priums Kamoto OpenFire Pit lets you enjoy a fire's warm glow without worrying about the wellbeing of the ground. Designed in Sweden using over 100 years of outdoor cooking experience, it's crafted from powder-coated steel and has a folding design that makes it easy to pack around. There's also a cooking grate for grilling, wind guards on the side and an air inlet on the bottom for keeping the fire burning, and an ashtray to protect the ground underneath.



While it's capable of getting you where you need to go, the Billy Electric Bike is designed to be fun. It's equipped with a high torque hub motor with a concealed battery, a carbon belt drive, lightweight rims, and a range of over 40 miles. Enki Cycles created the Billy with a hyper-responsive twist throttle and motoX inspired cockpit giving it a look and feel that you won't find in the e-bike world.


It's way easier pulling a trailer than it is parking one. That's where Trailer Valet RVR comes in. This remote-controlled assistant is powered by either two or four planetary gear motors capable of driving both single and double axle trailers. Industrial-style caterpillar treads provide traction in a variety of terrain and the included base + ball fits most hitch sizes. Available in three models capable of handling 3,500 lb, 5,500 lb, and up to 9,000 lb trailers.



Not every adventure calls for a camper. Travel lighter with the McLean Trailer Hitch Hammock Mount. It slides into standard 2-inch receiver hitches, providing a sturdy base for hammocks up to 114" long. Made in the USA from durable steel, it has a corrosion-resistant powdercoat finish and supports loads up to 300 pounds.


The occasion doesn't always call for a pocket knife. When you want to be prepared but a bit more discreet, there's the Victorinox Swiss Army SwissCard. Designed to fit in your wallet, it has a 2.5 mm screwdriver, pressurized ballpoint pen, and a letter opener blade tucked inside for utility, while a nail file, tweezers, scissors, and toothpick let you handle most grooming emergencies without a trip to the corner store.



Get the delicious taste of charcoal and the temperature control of gas with the Velocity Grill. It uses a built-in reverse fan to control airflow, letting you heat from 200 to 1,000 degrees using just two pieces of wood. Weighing only 17 lbs and standing just 16 inches tall, it's highly portable, and thanks to a stay-cool base, you can use it anywhere from the backyard to the stadium parking lot.


Crafted from durable, incredibly lightweight Dyneema composite fabric, the Hyperlite UltaMid 2 Tent provides enough shelter for two yet weighs scarcely more than an iPad. Fully seam sealed, it's suited to sub-par conditions, and its pyramidal shape is surprisingly wind-resistant. Available in white or Spruce green and made in the USA.



Taking a cue from car dealerships, Bamford Watch Department last year built a "Service Watch" that was lent out to clients while their timepiece was in for maintenance. People loved it and wanted to purchase one for themselves, so the Bamford Mayfair watch was born. Measuring in at a classic 40mm size with Military Grade Titanium Coating (MGTC), the watch is available in two versions — one with a matte grey case, anodized aluminum bezel, and leather strap, and one with a more sinister black case, matte ceramic bezel, and rubber strap. Both watches' indices and hands are finished in LumiNova for legibility and are powered by a Quartz Miyota 2035 movement. The Mayfair is your daily driver. Your vintage Rolex is the one that stays in the garage except on special occasions.


If you had to stash just one emergency tool in your pack or glove compartment, the Survival Axe Elite would be the right choice. In addition to a resharpenable hatchet blade, it has a hammer with a reinforced claw, a 6-inch replaceable metal saw integrated into the handle, a gas valve shut off wrench, a handful of hex sockets, a seat belt cutter, and, of course, a bottle opener. Plus, there's a sharpened hook, nail puller, pry bar, box cutter, and glass breaker, among the many other uses you can find for the edges and nooks of the axe. It's crafted from sturdy, black oxide-coated 420 stainless steel with a full tang that extends down the length of the glass-filled nylon handle, yet weighs just 1.5 pounds and measures under a foot from top to bottom. Blade sheath included. Made in the USA.



Leatherman continues to upgrade one of the most trustworthy multi-tools in the world. The Wave Plus features 18 different tools, most of which are utilitarian classics, but adds replaceable, durable wire cutters to the collection. Additionally, the tool features needlenose pliers, regular pliers, an electrical crimper, wire stripper, a regular and a serrated knife, a saw, and spring-action scissors. A small and large bit driver is also included, along with an 8-inch ruler, bottle and can openers, diamond-coated and wood/metal files, and a small and large bit driver. Every feature can be opened with one hand and quite a few of the tools are outside-accessible so you can use them when the multi-tool is folded and closed. The Wave Plus is available in all black with a black nylon Molle carrying sheath so it's ready at a moment's notice.


Seriously step up your tailgate game just in time for football season with the Top Dawg Hot Dog Machine ($135). While everyone else is carefully cooking up dogs piecemeal like suckers, you can just let this machine do the work, focusing on the important stuff (like watching the game, and drinking your beer before it gets warm). It has room to cook 18 dogs at a time — so you can load it up with plenty of brats, metts, franks, cheddarwursts, sausages — and its stainless steel rollers rotate completely, so you know everything will get cooked to stadium perfection.



We all know the deal — gas grills get going instantly, while charcoal imparts more flavor but can take a while to warm up. Or at least it used to. The BBQ Dragon ($50) is a new grilling gadget that starts charcoal faster than a traditional chimney by blowing large amounts of low-velocity air at the fire. Capable of starting a charcoal grill in just 10 minutes — without the need for lighter fluid — it also works great for campfires, fireplaces, wood stoves, and smokers, all while giving you more precise control over the temperature. Expected to arrive in August, or just in time for Labor Day cookouts.


Inspired by the shark of the same name, the Mako Slingshot Jetboard is an exhilarating way to enjoy some time on the water. It's powered by a fuel-efficient Rotron XT100 engine producing 15 hp, mated to a high-rpm aluminum jet drive for a top speed of over 30 mph, and a run time of 40 minutes at full throttle. The carbon fiber board is perfectly balanced, with a V-hull design that provides precise control over a variety of water surfaces, and at just 43 lbs., it's easy to throw in the car and carry to the water — no trailer necessary.



Combining a few of their hair and body essentials, the Aesop Jet Set Kit keeps grooming simple and effective during travel season. The pack includes their Classic Shampoo, Classic Conditioner, Geranium Leaf Body Cleanser, and Rind Concentrate Body Balm in carry-on friendly sizes. The cool mix of mint and citrus is great for a quick in-flight refresh or to simply maintain daily upkeep while abroad.


Zapata has developed a new watercraft that lets you fly, and it's easier than riding a bike. Using a water jet thrust attached to a jet ski hose, the Flyride is propelled as water runs up the middle of the bike and is forced out through twin steerable jets at the front. Self-balancing sensors keep the Flyride upright, and there are four different flight modes, along with throttle assistance, and an automated takeoff routine. There's even a barrel roll button that becomes active once you have enough altitude, spinning you around once or twice before returning you to vertical.



The Ridge Warrior electric fat bike was made with law enforcement and tactical professionals in mind. It features a carbon belt drive system that is comprised of a 1,000-watt motor and a Panasonic 48V13AH Lithium Ion battery. The carbon fiber belt lasts for more than 10,000 miles while the bike's hand-welded aluminum alloy frame can handle up to 330 pounds of weight. The battery gives riders a range of nearly 30 miles without pedaling, it maxes out at 30mph, and includes a full-color display that shows your speed, average speed, trip distance, and remaining battery power.


Made from military grade anodized aluminum, this flashlight from VSSL Supplies extends well beyond illumination. The flashlight features an LED flood beam lantern with a static and SOS mode. It's also packed with survival tools, including water purification tablets, 30 reflective trail markers, an oil filled compass with glow in the dark directional arrows, a can opener, 25' of 250lb marine-grade rope, a canvas held wire saw, razor blade, first aid kit, whistle, and a candle that can burn for up to six hours. There's also enough fishing gear included to keep you fed, along with fire starters and waterproof matches to cook your catch. The cylinder is practically indestructible and is available in battleship grey or black ops, which is finished with a high performance, abrasion resistant ceramic coating.



Continuing to defy age, Roger Federer won the Australian Open over the weekend, marking his 20th Grand Slam title. To celebrate, Wilson has created this Collector's Edition Platinum Racket Package. Housed in the premium display box is a Pro Staff RF97 Autograph Racket painted in a metallic shade of the traditional 20th milestone color, platinum. Also included is a Wilson Australian Open tennis ball, signed by Roger Federer, mini-posters celebrating all 20 of his Grand Slam titles, a USB Stick with photos, and a certificate of authenticity. Fittingly limited to just 20 examples.


Land Rover is no longer making the Defender, but you can still live out your offroad fantasies — albeit on a smaller scale — with this Traxxas TRX-4 R/C Defender. This highly-detailed, 1/10 scale replica of the iconic SUV has a powerful 21T Titan motor providing torque for tough climbs and speed on flat surfaces. Portal axles, remote locking differentials, a high/low range transmission, aluminum shocks, and a steel frame ensure off-road capabilities worthy of its name, waterproof electronics let you drive in any conditions, and a dual-fit battery bay lets you pack in up to two hours worth of juice.



With a modular array of stainless-steel utensils and thoughtful accessories, the Master Kit from GrubStick lives up to its name, giving you everything you need to take on a fire-roasted meal. The package includes tools for flame-broiling hamburgers, skewering veggies or sausages, and even for baking things like cinnamon rolls and bread twists in the coals of the campfire, opening the door for more variety in the world of campfire cooking. This entire kit of tools and utensils can be disassembled to stow neatly in a rugged canvas carrying bag, making sure everything stays organized and ready for your next barbecue adventure.


Using a modular design and off-the-shelf battery components, the DiveX Piranha P3 Diving Scooter combines lightweight convenience with outstanding speed. It's powered by a series of neutrally buoyant battery packs that are themselves made up of DCB-style lithium-ion batteries meant for power tools — four in each pack. This, combined with the all-new propeller, means speeds of up to 233ft/min, a runtime of up to 450 minutes, and a weight of just 41 lbs. It's rated for use down to 600 feet, can be charged with a regular power tool charger, and is also approved for air travel. Designed and assembled in the USA.



Instead of spending a fortune buying a custom adventure ride, transform your own truck into one with the Fiftyten Adventure Vehicle System. This DIY kit includes three pieces: a flat tray area that replaces the traditional bed and offers side storage boxes with a large drawer at the rear, a box that sits atop the tray and has T-slots for attaching furniture, kitchen modules, etc, and a pop-up rooftop tent. It's compatible with a wide range of models from companies such as Toyota, Ford, and Mercedes, and can be customized to fit your needs.


Inspired by the Scrambler motorcycle, Timmerman's latest eBike combines vintage design with modern tech. The new Scrambler is once again electric, giving riders an integrated LCD display and an engine that can be adjusted from 250 to 750 watts. The upgraded e-bike boasts a smooth and reliable Marzocchi Downhill fork, saddle suspension with an adjustable air damper for added control, and a set of Schwalbe G-One tires with an open tread design and strong outer blocks perfect for off-road use.



Highly versatile yet collapsible for easy storage and maximum portability, the Aquaforno II Outdoor Cooking Stove works as well at the campsite as it does the backyard. The bottom section sits on tripod legs and can work as a standalone grill, boiler, and fire pit, while the second section raises your food for cooking over wood, and can also hold a pan or wok for frying. Finally, the top section serves as an oven and smoker, with a stone for baking and a thermometer to keep an eye on your temperature. Available in black carbon or stainless steel.


A first aid kit is only useful if you have it with you when you need it. The MyMedic Solo First Aid Kit is small enough to pack in pretty much any bag and even some large pockets. Its transparent ABS case has a double latch closure system that ensures the contents stay dry, and those expert-tested contents have been carefully chosen so that the entire package is carry-on friendly.



With its slim profile, simplified functions, and hard-wearing stainless steel construction, the Victorinox Swiss Army Cadet Knife is quite possibly the perfect pocket knife. Part of the Alox collection, the knife features a 2-inch large blade, can opener, 3mm and 6mm screwdriver, bottle opener, wire stripper, nail file, and key ring. Made in Switzerland.


Made using tough, durable, nylon TPU film laminate, the Expedition ensures that hydration is a priority on your next long hike or camping trip. Hydrapak's largest offering to date features a wide-mouth cap for pouring and filling, along with a keg-like dispensing tap for filling up smaller individual containers, especially given that the design allows the bag to stand on its own when full. When it's all tapped out, the bag flattens and rolls up neatly for no-hassle storage. 100% BPA & PVC free, it holds up to 270 fluid ounces and includes an external capacity gauge so you can track your hydration intake or measure contents.



Made of corrosion and scratch resistant titanium, the FL10 Carabiner Flashlight combines two vital EDC components into one. The lightweight FL10 has a large jaw and a wide swing gate that's easy to hook on to your keychain, belt loop, or bag. The carabiner also doubles as a multi-tool, with a box opener, bottle opener, micro USB charging port, and a pry bar that can be used as a flat head screwdriver. The bottom bezel is even designed to be used for self-defense should an emergency arise. The flashlight is powered by Cree XP-G2 LED with a lifespan of up to 50,000 hours and four lighting modes, strobe function, with a max beam distance of over 200 feet.


Originally made for the British Ministry of Defense, 1950s NATO specification watches set the standard for pilots. Considered by many as the quintessential pilot's watch in its heyday, this reproduction stays true to the original's integrity while adding some valuable upgrades. The MKIII features a case manufactured and hand finished in Zurich and is offered in brushed stainless steel with black and grey NATO straps — or with a sleek, non-reflective, matte black finish with black strap — often used by special forces units for covert operations. The dial is black on both with military-style broad arrow hands. Automatic movement is at its core, never needing a battery, along with the hacking function vital for synchronization.



The Tupelov Design Bureau is known for designing all manner of Soviet Cold War aircraft — from the military Tu-95 Bear to the Tu-144, the Soviet Union's answer to the Concorde. The A-3 Aerosledge occupies a much more unique place in Soviet history: It was designed to pickup cosmonauts and pilots across the Siberian tundra. The design specs stated that it had to be able to travel over snow, ice, and water. Alexi Tupelov's answer was an aerosledge — a vehicle that utilizes ground effect to skim over the ground on a cushion of air. This A-3 was spirited out of the Soviet Union and received a complete restoration in Germany, making it one of the most interesting and functional relics of the Cold War.


With a museum-worthy, origami-inspired folding design, the Oru Kayak lets you enjoy the water without the need for a roof rack or truck bed. Recently updated, its custom polypropylene hull provides a good balance of stability, comfort, and maneuverability, with half-desk rigging and space inside for plenty of gear. It sets up in just minutes, folds up to a trunk-and-plane-friendly size, and can accommodate paddlers up to 6' 3" tall.



Built to SureFire’s exacting standards—and created for everyone—the groundbreaking Titan is the world’s first professional-grade keychain flashlight. This ultra-compact, dual-output feat of engineering boasts a proprietary faceted reflector that shapes the light from its high-performance LED into a broad, smooth MaxVision Beam™ at both 125 and 15 lumens—astounding levels for a finger-sized light. The beam is perfectly balanced and better preserves your dark-adapted vision since it doesn’t have an intense hot spot. And its wide beam pattern was designed to fit your field of view. Because of all these factors, it better maintains your overall situational awareness, crucial for safely navigating in the dark. 


A fire is a key ingredient to any successful night of camping. The Radiate Portable Campfire makes having one as effortless as lighting a candle. Made from 100% recycled soy wax and 100% recycled paper pulp, each one burns for 3-5 hours with no smoky smell and far less soot than a traditional fire. With a shelf life of 30 years, it's also waterproof and comes in a two-pack in either original or a bug-repellent eucalyptus.



A versatile tool when you need it, a handsome card holder when you don't, the Dango T01 Tactical Wallet pulls double-duty with a single insert. The heat treated, CNC'd stainless steel MT02 Multi-Tool is designed to fit into the T01's card area, nesting securely and offering hex wrenches, smartphone stands, a nail pryer, both serrated and sharpened edges, and a rope tensioner. When removed, the T01 stands on its own. Its anodized black aluminum chassis has an integrated glass breaker and bottle opener, a black silicone band for cash, and a black leather cover secured with Mil-spec bolts. Handcrafted and Made in the USA.


Designed by former U.S. Army officer and martial arts Sensei James Williams, the CRKT Tactical Key is a stealth self-defense tool that hides in plain sight alongside your other keys. Its glass-reinforced nylon handle is designed to provide a secure grip with two fingers, while the pointed end serves as an effective weapon and doubles as a Phillips screwdriver.



We finish our bags with a triple coat of polyurethane for water resistance and add a Final coat of dupont Teflon fabric Protector to repel the elements. Only the best components and designs are used. We Use complete YKK zippers and slides exclusively unlike our competitors who put YKK slides on generic zippers. We add Military grade Nylon webbing for straps, handles, and modular attachment points. Genuine Dura flex buckles and hardware add strength and functionality. Starting with large, unseamed panels of 1000 denier Nylon, we meticulously reinforce each stress point with composite thread. No unnecessary seams or polyester parts are used.


Protect your rods during transport with the Filson Rod Case. This compact case holds two 9-ft., four-piece rods in their tubes and has pockets for reels, fly boxes and accessories.



Curated by top survival experts, the Seventy2 Survival System could be the difference between life or death during an emergency. It's comprised of 35 high-quality tools and instructions designed to keep you alive during the first 72 hours after a crisis.


Plenty of grills roll — on wheels attached to their legs. The Bison Rolling Grill curls up into a compact size that makes it perfect for backpackers, campers, and anyone else who enjoys the outdoors. Measuring roughly 8" x 12" when unfurled, it rolls up to less than two-inches in diameter. It's made from aluminum, has a nonstick Teflon coating and hollow pockets in the grates to prevent burn marks, and includes a stake stand for use over a campfire.