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Gray Morrow – Doomsday on Ajiat, 1968.

Gray Morrow - Doomsday on Ajiat, 1968.

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Grateful Dead at The Continental, 1967.

Grateful Dead at The Continental, 1967.

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Gene Szafran – Beyond the beyond, 1977.

Gene Szafran - Beyond the beyond, 1977.

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After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Bull & Stash Notebooks are now available for purchase. The stylish leather-bound notebooks last forever and never run out of paper, simply refill when the pages are full, and bound them in place with the sturdy metal hardware. For whatever adventures, projects and stories lie ahead of you, Bull & Stash has you covered with several styles and paper types to choose from. via watch the video

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The Heat Company have recently released the third generation Heat 3 Smart Gloves, perfect for daily life in winter, photography, skiing, or mountain climbing. The ultimate cold weather glove now features a silver lining at the thumb and index finger tips so you can still use touch screens, and also a palm made from goat leather, for extra warmth and better grip. In the warmth department they?re equipped with additional 4 oz Primaloft, and offer a Mitten finger flap, ensuring maximum cold protection. There?s also a pocket on the backside of each glove for placing heat packs or storing small items, and wrist safety harnesses to ensure you?ll never lose them. Originally designed for the German and Austrian special armed forces, the guys from Heat Company sure know how to keep you warm. watch the video

Learn more from the Heat Company, or purchase now from Amazon

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We have been big fans of the popular Cardsharp by Iain Sinclair since the very first version, now the British design house have sent us their latest updated version, the Cardsharp4 for a closer look. With only three ingenious origami style folding operations, the James Bond style credit card sized gadget converts into an elegant pocket utility tool.

The latest Cardsharp is made from a robust and strong wafer thin strip of ultralight aluminum, and has some new and updated features, including a new construction with a two-stage, child-proof safety lock that helps prevent accidental opening and gives the knife excellent rigidity in both open and closed positions. It also includes a new improved rivet for better securing the blade to the body, and thanks to the new spring-loaded hinges, Cardsharp4 remains flat while in card mode with no sagging.

Cardsharp4 weighs only 24 grams, it is slimmer and lighter than an ordinary knife, and slips safely inside your wallet or kit bag. It?s extra long stainless steel surgical blade (65mm) ensures longer lasting rust free sharpness, and is capable of slicing trough a variety of materials with ease.

Available in either Natural Metal or Black Metal, the waterproof Cardsharp4 is a tough heavy duty tool suitable for most types of cutting tasks, and an essential outdoor companion/survival tool.

Get your CardSharp at Iain Sinclair or at Amazon

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