Land trends: gear and products for land aficionados
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Chama Chair
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Chama makes all other hunting chairs obsolete! A Chama chair is an all-terrain swivel chair that spins silently and levels easily. Built to last. They cut no corners on components and spare no expense on design. It is constructed of premium aluminum and high-grade glass-injected nylon, allowing it to weigh in at just over seven pounds. That means you get unmatched performance and durability, yet easy portability. Every purchase includes the extremely durable premium travel bag.

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The Art & Craft of the Blacksmith
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This book introduces fundamental blacksmithing tools and techniques, simple projects to practice and build a skill base, as well as a visually stunning gallery showcasing inspiring artists using innovative techniques today—the pictures really are gorgeous! There’s both inspiration and practical how-to projects in this comprehensive reference to ironwork, featuring everything you need to get started or to take your work to the next level. There’s a broad spectrum of simple, practical projects accompanied by inspirational descriptions of tools and techniques to encourage progress to the next level.

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Ball and Buck Blind Bag
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A bag designed specifically for the sporting gentleman. Keep your hunting tools organized in our new updated Blind Bag made from our original camo with unique touches in our signature leather. Fully lined in our water repellent blaze orange nylon, this classic construction is designed to last season after season in the field. With eight easy access slip and snap pockets on both the front and the back, the Blind Bag is a must-have for long trips out in the field. Rivet reinforcements ensure that this bag will hold up when you need it to most, while the new zip closure ensures everything stays secure inside.

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Mudtown Pottery
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Mudtown Pottery is a small ceramics studio in Cahaba Heights, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, dedicated to creating small batch, handmade, functional pottery. All pots are wheel thrown or hand built and each piece goes through two oxidation firings to produce durable work that will withstand daily use. The name Mudtown comes from the history of Cahaba Heights. Native Americans once lived in this area, known then as Mudtown, because of the proximity to the banks of the Cahaba River. The maker’s mark used on the pottery is a nod to the Cahaba Lily, a breathtakingly beautiful flower that is unique to the Cahaba River. “Mudtown” seemed like the perfect name to reflect the history of this community and the main ingredient used for pottery: mud!

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R.A.W. Restorations
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R.A.W. Restorations is widely known for their custom reclaimed furniture and home building. Kate and Kelley are able to help make your dream of vintage industrial interiors become a reality. They combine up-cycled barn wood and metal in ways that are at once rustic and refined. They offer one-of-a-kind modern vintage heirloom, reclaimed wood furniture custom built to your specifications. From tables to shelving, to dog beds and bowls, R.A.W. Restorations can create an industrial vintage look and feel that transforms any space.

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Overland Coffee Company
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Overland Coffee Company wasn’t started out of necessity, simply a drive for something much better than what was currently available. They are an outdoor recreation and adventure travel coffee company. Their mission is to ensure that coffee protects and enhances livelihoods, the environment and adventure. From the horizon-piercing roads of Namibia to the slopes of Everest, the world’s greatest adventures all begin with a fresh cup of coffee. And while we may not all go to these extremes, home is still where the coffee cup hangs, be it from the side of a tent or the impromptu kitchen spilled out of the back of your car.

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The American House 100 Contemporary Homes
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The American House: 100 Contemporary Homes, by Hannah Jenkins, is a stunning book revealing 100 contemporary house designs across the United States. See the best in new residential design in these 100 beautiful, practical but dream-worthy houses. Includes selected high-calibre contemporary gems spanning the nation, including multiple projects across a wide range of topographies and environments, from rural to urban, from small-scale apartment dwellings to large rambling villas. Features the best names in architecture in the U.S.A. today. Foreword by Ian Volner and edited by Hannah Jenkins. Cover house designed by FINNE Architects. Cover photograph by Benjamin Benschneider.

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T01 TACTICAL WALLET
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The Tactical Wallet was designed for the outdoor enthusiast that loves to keep things clean and needs to have tools easily accessible. There are over 14 functions built in. The Dango MT02 Multi-Tool slides into the cavity where the cards sit. When engaged, the multi-tool can nest securely into the safety locks built into the wallet chassis—allowing for easy sawing, cutting and protection. Common tools are built in: hexes, paracord cutter, nail pryer, a serrated/sharpened edge and even a phone stand. They thought of everything and think that you will be pleased with all of the functions built into such a small package.

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Swollfest Fishing Rodeo
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June 6–9, 2018  |  Grand Isle, Louisiana

The annual Swollfest Fishing Rodeo captures the heart and soul of South Louisiana, combining love of the outdoors, Gulf Coast fishing, compassion for those in need and laissez les bons temps rouler, all for the sake of charity. Since 1997, this nonprofit organization holds its annual fishing tournament in Grand Isle, Louisiana, and raises funds to benefit charities serving children and veterans. Swollfest is a 100 percent volunteer-run event, with 100 percent of proceeds donated to various charities and scholarships.

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