Stanley have been turning out almost bulletproof vacuum flasks since 1913, multiple generations have relied on them for hot coffee in winter and cold drinks in summer.
Best Made Co. is one of those online stores that I could spend all day rummaging through, this is their first aid kit and it’s both a great decorative item for your log cabin and a fully functioning medical kit…
The PowerPot is a relatively small, portable power generator that just requires a campfire or heat source to operate. It’s capable of charging everything from cell phones to GPS units and radios, or anything else that runs on lithium ion battery units.
If you’re one of those people, like us, who has a habit of accidentally destroying your iPhone every time you leave the house, the SpareOne Emergency Phone might be just what you need.
The KA-BAR US Marine Corp Fighting Knife is one of those tools that’s become a self-sustaining icon, it’s the single most famous fixed blade knife design in the world (and for very good reason).
This magnesium and flint firestarter costs $36 USD, a seemingly cheap price tag for something than can kick off magnesium shavings that burn at 5,610°F (3,098°C)…
It isn’t always easy to buy for men, Father’s Day gifts usually involve cologne, socks, dark chocolate, dodgy beer, cheap bourbon or one of those coffee table books about steam trains. The team over at Man Crates have decided to rectify this issue by creating a series of crates specifically tailored to specific, manly interests.
The humble enamel mug might be an odd thing to love but the little tin cups hold enormous personal significance for me, they remind me of my Grandfather and of camping trips with my Dad when I was still wearing short trousers.
I came across this great photograph whilst researching the recent piece on the Norton CS1, I couldn’t use it then but have since decided it deserves it’s own feature.
The Tentsile hammock tents utilise a simple inverted tripod shape to remain steady with people sleeping in the “arms”, the centre section is a communal area and has a rope ladder that reaches down to the ground.
John Lockwood founded Pygmy Boats in 1986 after having spent years designing 50,000 tonne container ships, his dream was always to design and build the most beautiful kayaks in the world and after looking through his catalogue, I think he’s done it.
The BioLite Camp Stove is one of those remarkable contraptions that once seen, must be owned. It’s a camp stove with a side mounted thermoelectric module that converts heat into electrical power, it uses this electricity to both power a small fan and power any USB connected electrical device.