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ArkPak: As Advanced As Power Packs Get

Can you think of a product that both hunters and tech-geeks would love? Okay, how about one that isn’t a Suunto watch? Give up? It’s the ArkPak power pack. It’s a deep-cycle battery, smart charger, inverter, solar-energy storage device, and power source all rolled together into a highly-portable package. Hunters can use an ArkPak to power their game refrigerator for days, and tech geeks can use it for just about anything else that requires an electricity supply. The ArkPak fits all types and sizes of 12V battery, so you can put a deep-cycle marine or RV battery inside its case. Read More

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$399 Buy

Mojo Cot From Gander Mountain

When you hear the phrase “bungee suspension system,” you probably think, “oh, here we go, I’m going to have to jump off a bridge.” Imagine your relief, then, when you realize it’s something you can sleep on.  All you have to do is sleep.  You’re being suspended by bungees while drooling and snoring. Okay, so it’s really just a cot. But as that goes, the Gander Mountain Mojo cot is one of the best. It’s portable for travel, heavy, and thick, with a steel frame and plenty of foam.  When it comes time to get out of Dodge, you fold Read More

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$108 Buy

Art In The Age X Poler #Campvibes Cocktail Kit

The #Campbvibes Cocktail Kit comes to us from a company called Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, a big, interesting melange of art and whiskey and music and clothing in Philadelphia.  Why, this company has asked, is beer always the beverage of choice around the campfire?  Is it because it comes in bottles or cans and doesn’t require multiple containers, glasses, and a Bic pen? (A Bic pen comes in the kit.  It’s necessary either for camping or for drinking cocktails.)  Are we to abide by, Art in the Age seems to be putting to its customers, a tired Read More

10 Winter Gadgets To Beat Those Cold Weather Blues

Not sure what it’s like in your part of the country, but where I’m at, we’re expected to get hit with our first heavy snow on Friday. Whether that happens or not, it’s going to be much colder than the 60-degree high we experienced today, and when the weather starts to turn in such a manner, it’s time to prepare. There are two schools of thought when it comes to doing so: One: lock yourself indoors, crank up the heat, and don’t come out for four months. Two: decide that the cold isn’t going to ruin your life, and you’ll Read More

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Scrubba: A Washing Machine That Goes Where You Do

Scrubba really is a washing machine that goes where you do. That may sound somewhat impossible if you’ve ever had to help a friend move one of those beasts, but allow us to explain. With Scrubba, simply fill the foldable wash bag with your grimy, rotten stuff. Pour in cleaning liquid and water. Roll it, clip it, then deflate. Finally, rub for anywhere from 30 seconds to three minutes, rinse, and hang to dry. The Scrubba nodules ensure a machine quality wash quickly and by hanging, you won’t run the risk of shrinking something. If you are having difficulty envisioning Read More

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$65 Buy

FlameStower Campfire Charger

The FlameStower Campfire Charger will keep your devices charging under the worst of conditions by using water and a heat source to get you back online. Here’s how it works: Adjust the device to where the transfer is located directly above whatever heat source you’ll be using. Fill up the reservoir with water. Plug in your USB device. Apply the heat source. Boom. In seconds, you’re giving your thirsty battery a much-needed drink. While you may be the guy wanting to unplug on camping trips, we can think of great reasons to own one of these that go far beyond Read More

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$80 Buy

Nike Snowboarding’s LunarENDOR QS

Nike Snowboarding’s LunarENDOR QS boots add 30 LED lights to power the swish on the sides and add an extra touch of visibility while out on the slopes. The Lunarlon foam that composes much of the boot will ensure that your ride is smooth and your landings are safe, provided you know your stuff and don’t have the skiing skills of a dead politician. (No names, too soon.) While we don’t have a hard release date on this shoe just yet, we do know that Nike plans to drop it in their retail stores and online at sometime in Read More

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The Douchebag

Unfortunate (and somewhat hilarious) name aside, the Douchebag could be one of the most convenient and comfortable ways to carry your surfing or skiing gear. You can attach it to your back as you would a backpack and carry longboards and skis comfortably in the same way that you would a full-time schedule’s-worth of college textbooks. However, this is actually easier because the weight is more evenly distributed over a greater area, and the material allows you to use the ground for stability while walking or running with this thing affixed to your person. And since the Douchebag itself only Read More

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$229 Buy