Tuesday , September 26 2017

Poler Orange Label Rucksack and Rolltop

This article was originally published on Carryology by Andrew Sporrer at http://www.carryology.com/bags/poler-orange-label-rucksack-and-rolltop/ It’s good to see Poler Stuff focusing on their outdoor travel line and flexing their trail muscles in the Orange Label.  The larger volume Rolltop and Rucksack offer well-padded hip belts and shoulder straps and more organizational options, making them …

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Oakley SI Ballistic Det Cord Sunglasses Review

This article was originally posted on Loaded Pocketz by Blaine B. at http://edcplanet.com/oakley-si-ballistic-det-cord-sunglasses-review/ I was looking for eye pro for outdoor shooting and recently picked up a pair of Oakley SI Ballistic Det Cord Sunglasses.     Oakley SI Ballistic Det Cord Sunglasses with PRIZM TR22 Lenses   The Det Cord model …

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Oris Divers Sixty Five Review

This article was originally published on BladeReviews.com at http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/bladereviews/~3/TCImTTb5ECY/ Over the past few months I have become increasingly interested in vintage watches. My collection has evolved from primarily modern watches, to primarily vintage watches with just a modern watch or two sprinkled in for good balance. And its hard to talk …

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Schrade SCH304 Heavy Duty Folding Knife Review

Schrade has had a rocky history with a lot of us, from its traditional American beginnings to the rebadged “New Schrade” owned by Taylor Brands LLC (of reformed mall ninja fame). I have always had a slightly kneejerk negative reaction to the whole thing, but after many years of seeing …

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CRKT Compact Batum Review

This article was originally published on BladeReviews.com at http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/bladereviews/~3/H7Dj4iXRHfo/ By the time this review is published SHOT Show 2017 will be old news. But as I write this introduction, the releases from SHOT are still fresh in my mind. After perusing everyone’s catalogs, I’ve noticed something; something that I’ve been waiting …

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Outlier Ultrahigh Dufflepack :: Drive By

This article was originally published on Carryology by Frank Sedlar at http://www.carryology.com/bags/outlier-ultrahigh-dufflepack-drive-by/ The Outlier Ultrahigh Dufflepack. Honestly, on first glance, I nearly mistook this bag as a prototype because it’s so different than any other bag I’ve played with. But while it’s very different it turns out to be very refined. Perhaps …

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Aer Gym Duffel :: Video Review

This article was originally published on Carryology by Bo Ismono at http://www.carryology.com/bags/aer-gym-duffel-video-review/ Aer Gym Duffel :: Video Review – Carryology – Exploring better ways to carry EXPLORING BETTER WAYS TO CARRY SUPPORTED BY Drive By Many gym bags are immediately recognizable for what they are – bags to haul your gear to and from …

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Leatherman Wingman Review

This article was originally published on BladeReviews.com at http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/bladereviews/~3/EKIqqdmM9WE/ It has taken me a long time to “get” full size multi-tools. I don’t think I am alone with this. They sound great in theory, but they are so big and bulky that for the average person they are more trouble to …

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Arthos Knives Drop Point Fixed Blade Knife Review

This article was originally published on BladeReviews.com at http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/bladereviews/~3/_fheIsoHdn8/ It’s not every day I get to share a new manufacturer. I was recently approached by Robert Yates with Arthos Knives about checking out his new line of fixed blade outdoors knives. Robert is an engineer by day, who decided to take …

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