Made in the U.S.A. since the 1920s, this bone-handled folder is the official pocket knife of American boyhood.
Keep your essential electronics powered when out in the wild. A must have for your next trek into the unknown.
This flashlight will never leave you in the dark. Just crank the handle to charge the batteries and go.
These are the only binoculars I take into the field. The optics are sharp and bright, they're lightweight enough to carry all day, and the angle of view allows you to track quick moving birds with ease. A must-have for any explorer.
Sometimes you need to do a little digging. This NATO-approved steel and nylon spade is perfect for foragers looking to take their harvest to the next level. It not only folds into a compact shape, it has a serrated edge to help you hack through tough roots with ease.
These breathable, washable, natural cotton mesh bags come in a variety of sizes allowing you to field-dress your foraged plants efficiently and bring them home intact.
Invented in France 1955, the wood-handled N°06 is the smallest Opinel pocket knife to feature the manufacturer's iconic locking safety ring.
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