Striker says B.A.M.F.F. stands for “Broad Array Multi Flood Flashlight,” but we know what it really stands for. Either way, these badass lights offer dual CREE LEDs,the ability to cast both spot and flood lights at the same time, and 400, 600, or 800 lumens of brightness.
Want to know the latest and greatest gear for every adventure life has to throw at you? Head on over to Everyday Carry and check out their latest collection of top trends in the world of EDC. We absolutely love JHO’s “The Nug” knife, but sadly it’s sold out already.
5.11 Tactical’s lightweight tool is perfect for first responders, police officers, or anyone who ever faces emergencies. It cuts seatbelt webbing, can pry open doors and windows, and has an oxygen key. Comes with a rigid sheath for belt, boot, or MOLLE, and a breakaway neck chain.
An LED keychain light designed to look like a bullet casing. Offers 130 lumens of brightness, and is IPX-8 waterproof. While the two-toned brass and copper version is more authentic looking, it’s hard for us to resist anything made of titanium. Guess we’ll just have to buy both.
If you ever find yourself or a loved one trapped in a car crash, getting out quickly can spell the difference between life and death. This auto safety tool should be in your glovebox or on your belt loop, with its seatbelt cutter, window punch, LED flashlight, and survival knife.
A fantastic looking fixed-blade made for quick and ready access. Its blade and handle are formed from a single piece of N690 Cobalt high performance powder steel. Carries in a handmade leather sheath by Ansø and Vox. Blade is 2.6″ long, with an overall 5.4″ length.
The ultimate writing instrument for your backpack or bugout bag. It’s made from CNC milled titanium, has a bolt-action mechanism, and an integral pen clip. We’re particularly in love with the heat-colored flame titanium variant. Grab it before it’s gone from Massdrop.
A flat-pack stainless steel stove that fits in your pant pocket until you need it. The Pocket Survival Stove also has additional cutout tools. The stove shown in the video is the original version; the latest one has fish hooks, snare locks, a bait, a saw and a stirrer.
Jared Kramer Studios’ handmade straight-blade work tool is made from 1084 high carbon steel with G10 handle scales and copper hardware, and includes a belt/eyelet sheath. Its name is a play on the large Seax “broken back” knives, which date back to the 5th century.
We love the simplicity of FutureRelic’s rod-shaped bottle opener. Its shape reminds us of keychain flashlights, but this tool is perfect for opening a cold brew. Available in copper-finish bronze, brass, or stainless steel, with a knurled grip. Measured 2.25″ long.
Our pals at Everyday Carry present a collection of the most awesome gear they spotted in the past month, from bags to knives, from multi-tools to Bluetooth speakers, there’s something for everyone in this latest roundup. We particularly dig the Anso Matrix wallet.
Our friends at Everyday Carry share with us the latest drops, showing off the coolest gear they have to offer. Here’s this week’s awesome loadout, courtesy of EDC reader Jose, who really does seem ready to take on anything with his kit. We love those tiny Knipex Cobra pliers.
This awesome looking tactical knife is made from a mix of carbon fiber and titanium that appear to seamlessly blend from the handle to the blade. Tungsten carbide enhances cutting ability, and its handle comes wrapped in 550 paracord. Includes a KYDEX molded sheath.