The M48 Kommando is a post-apocalyptic garden shovel. It has an indestructible nylon handle and a shovel head with a pointed tip, a serrated edge on one side and a concave chopping edge on the other side.
StatGear’s T3 tool has everything you need to escape a car wreck, including a 3-1/4″ stainless serrated blade, a seatbelt cutter, a spring-loaded window punch and an LED flashlight. Comes with a belt clip and nylon sheath.
An adjustable leather handle that sits just above your bicycle’s gears. It lets you carry your bike with your arm in a natural position that’s easier and much more comfortable than if you held your bike up by its top tube.
Unlike phone holsters and standard mounts, you can use Clipless to attach your phone or other mobile device to a variety of surfaces as well as clothing. It will also offer an NFC-enabled mount.
Stayhold is an smartly-designed plastic wall with hook strips at the bottom. Its strips grip the carpet in your car, letting you prop and secure items against your car’s trunk’s walls. It stays upright and still but can be removed easily.
A portable shower system that keeps water pressurized without using batteries or pumps, ensuring that you can have a strong blast of water when you use it. We wish it could carry more than just 1.5 gallons though.
A durable aluminum key ring that lets you fold keys similarly to how the tools in Swiss army knives are arranged. Special models include one with an integrated USB drive and one that can be expanded to carry up to 100 keys.