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The best multitools worth carrying, according to US military veterans
With a good multitool, some 550 cord, and 1,000 mile-per-hour tape, you can fix nearly anything.
Review: the Spyderco Endura 4 is all business, all the time
Nonsense not included.
Review: the CRKT M16-14SFG is one ‘special’ self-defense knife
This American tanto won’t make you a samurai, young grasshopper.
Review: Can the Delter coffee press topple the mighty AeroPress?
Delter’s gadget looks cool and makes a tasty cup, but it’s far from Marine-proof.
Review: the SOG Terminus XR reminded me how an EDC knife is supposed to feel
My knife and keys can fit in the same pocket again.
The best fixed blade knives worth carrying — and one you should avoid at all costs
The few, the proud, the fixed.
The best carry-on backpacks ready for any mission
Take to the air with everything you might need on the ground.
Review: the Ontario Knife Company RAT II is a modern classic at a great price
You can pick up an Ontario Knife Company RAT II for the cost of a good dinner.
Review: the SCARPA Rush Mid GTX hiking boots are a lightweight necessity for your next backcountry adventure
These improved trail runners will protect your feet and get you there in a flash.
Review: the Leatherman MUT is a multitool in search of a problem
Here are all the household items that I destroyed to prove how durable this thing is.
Review: Why the Streamlight ProTac 1L-1AA should be your EDC flashlight of choice
You won’t own the night, but you might get favorable lease terms.
Review: Is the Smith & Wesson SW910TA knife a boom or a bust?
If Smith & Wesson only made knives, would it have the same reputation it does in the gun world?
The best men’s watches to kickstart any collection
Don’t settle for any old Timex. Exude confidence and style with the perfect watch for any setting
Review: to the firing line and back with the GPS Tactical Range Backpack
With room for three pistols, will this pack carry us to the range and back? Let's find out.
The best tactical backpacks worth carrying, according to US military veterans
For everything from hiking to camping, these backpacks can keep your supplies safe and dry.
Review: We put the Coros Vertix GPS adventure watch through the wringer. Here’s how it held up
Is it really the ‘best’ on the market? Let’s find out.
Review: Meet the Samurai Tactical Wakizashi backpack, a small EDC pack trying to fill some big shoes
Does this samurai have what it takes to topple the mighty 5.11 Tactical Rush 12?
Review: the Spyderco Genzow HatchetHawk is a mighty, flawed hatchet
This could be one of the best tools to take with you on your next backcountry adventure — with one big problem.
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The best EDC knives worth relying on, according to US military veterans
Find the perfect knife, whether it be a tool, a toy, or something more.
Review: the Civivi Elementum is a pocket knife you can ball on a budget
Civivi’s Elementum challenges the market with this simple, useful design.
The best inexpensive camping and hiking gear for your next backcountry adventure
Here’s a wallet-friendly list to launch your first backpacking adventure.
Review: the Cold Steel 36ME Drop Forged Push Knife wants you to know about death
“Death? What do y’all know about death?’
Review: the Gerber Straightlace is a classy, classic pocket knife for under $50
It looks better than you do in that suit, I promise.
Review: the Leatherman Bond is a fittingly British multitool in all the wrong ways
The Bond is appropriately named, similar to the James variety: Outdated, flawed, and very, very British.