This unique pocket lighter features a circular grip that allows for it to be comfortably held in both an upright and inverted position, making it easier to use to light candles or fires without burning your fingers. The angled flame port directs the flame where you want it, and it’s easily refillable with butane.
When you’re hiking, every little bit of weight in your pack counts. So Get Out Gear came up with the ingenious idea of a camping chair that uses the trekking poles you already carry as part of its metal frame, cutting weight by about 50% compared to other chairs. You can use your own poles, or buy a set that includes them.
This portable gadget uses its battery’s energy to help keep your hands warm. Its body is designed to fit comfortably in the hand, and it can generate warmth for up to 9 hours. It has six heat settings up to 120ºF, and its 5200 mAh battery pack can charge phones and other devices via its USB port.
Throughout the year, our pals over at Everyday Carry ask readers to submit their favorite products and show off their daily loadout. Click the link to check out their top 10 gear picks from October, including knives, multitools, carrying cases, and more. We’re particularly fond of the capacious Peak Design Tech Pouch.
This head-mounted light helps clearly guide your way in the dark. Its five-beam LED torch lets you choose between its central beam, four smaller beams, or all five at once. It offers crisp white illumination with a max beam length of 820 feet. Save 14% in The Awesomer Shop.
Nanuk’s wheeled hard-sided case is perfect for traveling with cameras and lenses, drones, or other delicate equipment. It’s a TSA-compliant 22″ x 14″ x 9″, and can be kitted out with a cubed foam insert, a zippered lid organizer, a padded divider, or purchased empty. Nanuk makes specialized cases as well.
It might not feel like it, but it’s the end of the school year, and graduates deserve something extra special in a year when they couldn’t attend their ceremonies and celebrations in person. Everyday Carry shares 10 great gifts for grads that are sure to be cherished and remembered for years.
Still looking for the perfect gift for the gear hound in your life? Look no further than Everyday Carry, who’s got a great selection of tools, wallets, pens, knives, lights, bags, and other items to help your recipient navigate everyday tasks and occasional emergencies.
Everyday Carry celebrates the brave men and women who risk their lives to protect our country, with a selection of great gear made by veteran-owned businesses or made by veterans themselves. By purchasing one of these bags, knives, tools, or wallets, you show your support for those who make personal sacrifices for all.
A cheap and versatile alternative to metal carabiners, these lightweight plastic clips are designed to slide through MOLLE webbing or belt loops, offering a way to hang small accessories like pouches, hats, gloves, and more. Snaps closed securely, and won’t ever rust like metal clips.
Looking to give a college or high school grad something truly useful for as a graduation gift? Everyday Carry has picked out an assortment of 10 great items, including pocket tools, tech gadgets, organizers, an elegant wristwatch, and a really sweet bolt-action pen.
A truly unique alternative to using carabiners to carry small items. The UltraLink is a quick-release belt clip perfect for keyrings and other small EDC gear. It’s made from titanium and aluminum, and holds securely thanks to its smartly designed clip. Also in pure titanium.
May might have come and gone, but there were some great products which surfaced during the month over at Everyday Carry that we thought were well worth sharing. Whether you’re looking for a watch, a wallet, a knife, or a fidget spinner, they’ll help you get kitted out.
As a change of pace from our EDC of the Week collab with Everyday Carry, we’re sharing a collection of some of the most awesome gear they’ve spotted in the past month. They’ve got some cool keychain tools, wallets, knives, and other nifty gadgets in this collection.