Singi Fallkniv Arctic Knife

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Each Singi Fallkniv Arctic Knife is made by hand north of the Arctic Circle in Sweden using natural materials native to the region, including a handle made from locally occurring birchwood. It uses a stainless steel drop point blade, a Karesuando inlay shield, a stainless bolster, a braided leather lanyard with bone bead, and a brown…

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James Garner’s Husqvarna 400 Cross

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James Garner was an A-list actor from the golden age of Hollywood who shared the motorsport addiction that also afflicted the likes of Steve McQueen and Paul Newman. Garner was the co-owner of the AIR (American International Racers) team, which ran endurance road-racing Corvettes in the late 1960s, and he was also contracted to American…

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Morakniv of Sweden Bushcraft Survival Knife

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The Bushcraft Survival Knife by Morakniv of Sweden was developed as an emergency fire starting solution for any climate. The magnesium fire starter stick sends out sparks at over 3000°C regardless of how wet, cold or snowy it is, and the stream of sparks is visible from a significant distance after dark. Morakniv ship each…

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Lumberjack Shirt by Fjällräven

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The Canada Shirt by Fjällräven is a classic take on the ubiquitous lumberjack shirt – with the famous red check design that’s been keeping loggers safe from hunters since the 1800s. The Fjällräven version is designed to be worn as either a first or second layer – meaning it can be used as a shirt…

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The Husky by Deus Ex Machina

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Husqvarna is a motorcycle marque that’s always been a little unusual, the company start life all the way back in 1689 as a firearms manufacturer before moving to the Swedish town of Huskvarna in 1757 and taking the same name. By the late 1800s the company was also producing bicycles and then in 1903 they…

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