The Deejo Wood 37g Juniper Knife ($40) is an elegant blade which looks like a cross between a stiletto and a straight razor. Just 4 1/4" closed, the blade is made from stainless steel and folds into a handle which features a strip of Juniper wood. Additional features include a stainless steel pocket clip and a total weight of just 37 grams.
A bit ago we did a write-up on the 3DSIMO 3D Pen that allowed you to draw 3d objects free-hand. The Lix 3D Printing Pen ($120) takes 3D drawing one step further by creating a 3D printer that actually looks, feels, and operates like a pen. The Lix 3D Pen lets you create anything you want in the air without worrying about paper or limiting your creative expression. The pen melts colored plastic, letting you create rigid and freestanding structures. The heating of the hot-end nozzle is done by plugging the pen into any USB 3.0 port. The Lix Kickstarter campaign is going on right now, so check it out.
Hunter is the maker of iconic weatherproof boots. They've now taken their rubberized material and applied it to a backpack. The Original Scuba Backpack ($295) is made from a modern rubberized bonded fabric that was inspired by Hunter's scuba theme from their AW14 runway collection. The bag is perfectly compact and features a parachute clip and zip at the top, two side pockets, a padded laptop pocket, a front zip pocket, and adjustable straps. You can get it in any color you want as long as it's black.
If you're looking for a combination keychain bottle opener that will only improve with age, then check out the Limited Edition Rangefinder Bottlehook ($33). This version is designed and cast in Indiana, made out of solid brass and features a black finish. The bottlehook gets its name from the wear and patina it takes on over time, just like an old school rangefinder camera. As it ages you'll eventually be able to see a bit of brass showing through the finish giving it a unique appearance. Because these are in limited quantities hurry to pick yours up before they're all sold out.
The Modern Industry Redux Slingpack ($195) redefines simplicity and style. The Slingpack is made to be worn across the body like a messenger bag. It features a large main compartment with a weather resistant roll top. You also get a padded interior computer sleeve and an exterior pocket for all the gear you need to access quickly. The padded strap was made to make taking the Redux on and off a quick operation. The bag is handcrafted in San Francisco, California. And besides all that the bag just looks cool.
The best tactical combat knives in the world were originally designed for military use. These knives are not only made for hand to hand close quarters combat, but many also perform secondary uses such as clearing foliage and opening ammunition crates. Popular characteristics for combat knives include a sharp point for penetrating attacks, double edges, serrations on the spine, and hollow handles to allow for storage of smaller gear.The first knife up on our list is the Ka-Bar Full Size Us Marine Corps Fighting Knife. The Ka-Bar was originally adopted by the U.S. Marine Corps in 1942 and is a true dual purpose knife that can handle both combat and act as a utility knife.