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At first I have to admit there's not much to the LifeProof case at first glance. I’ve used many different cases most have been similar to Otterbox very large and bulky, bulky yes but they where very protective, such as the Otterbox one I’ve dropped over 30 times and once down three flights of wood stairs without any damage.
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Simply… Wow! I have to confess that I’ve been a very loyal fan of SOG EOD tools for many, many years. But I think Leatherman has them beat! I’ve been using the MONSTER tool from Leatherman called the Surge, and I say Monster, because this tool is heavier and larger than any other I’ve used from any company! The Surge feels more like a tool you would have in your garage, and my first thought was MAC tool! The Surge I would say is the MAC tool of Multi-tools, the one that is trusted everywhere and is heavy duty enough to do anything!Add a comment
With summer here now, I was in search of a lightweight shoe I could use for crossing brooks, and something that would allow me to get out of my hiking boots after a long day! I also wanted something that was lightweight - this was paramount because if I’m going to carry something that I would consider a “luxury item” it can’t take up weight or space, or I most likely will not carry it!Add a comment
I recently picked up these two items and have been using in both my bug out bag and travel kit. I’m sure I’m not the only one who can’t find a good carrying container for liquids when traveling, and many of the ones you use come with drawbacks such as not being trustworthy for travel since they will spill or explode.Add a comment
When you start to get your bug out bag, every day carry, or survival kit worked out and you have most of the items you need, for me this is the time where I start to dial in the kit, taking stuff out and adding those small items that really enhance your kit.Add a comment