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Spoil that outdoor lover in your life this Valentine's Day with our fabulous range of outdoor gear and supplies. Plus get an additional 15% off using code LOVE ACC.

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Black Beard Fire Starter

#805271
One of the most important aspects of being outdoors is staying warm! This fire starter is handcrafted in the USA in a fully dried material that is both waterproof, windproof, and convenient in size and weight.

$14.95

Outdoor Element Firebiner with Spartan Fire

#805248
This incredible carabiner has a host of design features making it an indispensable part of your gear. It incorporates an EverSpark fire wheel, safety utility blade which works great on fishing line and cordage, strong, corrosion-resistant 100 lb load (for gear, not people) stainless steel body, flathead screwdriver, hang slots, bottle opener, stainless steel wire gate, and the mini Ferro rod is replaceable (includes 2 extra)..

$17.95

Woolly Mammoth Fire Braid

#805249
Explore with confidence with this survival fire braided jute bracelet from Outdoor Element. Features an EverSpark buckle with signal mirror, EPDM Ranger Band/fire starter, and the rest of the band is braided jute which is an ideal tinder.

$14.95

KA-BAR Krunch Spoon/Straw

#805245
This is the ultimate utensil for soups and cereal. Inside the generous-sized spoon and the handle is a straw, which allows you to drink your milk, soup broth, or any other liquid easily in the field.
$8.95

KA-BAR Emergency Whistle

#805246
This set of 2 KA-BAR emergency whistles can easily be put on key chains, zipper pulls, backpacks or worn like a charm around the neck. Each delivers approximately 100 decibels of sound in any weather. Made in the USA .
$8.95

KA-BAR American Spork - 3 Pack

#805242
This Limited Edition set of 3 Sporks with Knives comes with one red, one white, and one blue spork. The Sporks are made in the USA from food and water safe Grilamid. Dishwasher safe.
$24.95

837 Selkirk FireStarter

#805239
Don't get stuck in the dark! The Selkirk FireStarter from Buck Knives is designed to help maximize survival in rugged and tough situations....from building fires to signaling for help. It features many essential tools in a lightweight, easy to carry 2 piece design.
$19.95

ParaSpark Survival Knife Bracelet

#805229
This lifesaving bracelet is indispensable for any outdoorsman that ventures into the bush. Hand tied from reflective black nylon paracord, it features a razor-sharp blade, compass, whistle for signaling and a fire-starting ferro rod.
$26.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Cold Steel Cheap Shot 130 Crossbow

I love it, It worked well at the archery club. But, in the field, we broke two arrows and I lost one more... So we need more Arrows/bolts. thank you very much.
Reviewed by: Kevin, June 11, 2020

Review of: Boshin Kukri with Leather Scabbard

This is a great chopper. It is the only United Cutlery Boshin blade that really came razor sharp. i have 4 different others, I like the handle design of them. I chopped a lot of brush from the back yard.  edge was perfect and light marks came out with a little oil and rubbing.
Reviewed by: kenneth, May 07, 2020

Review of: US Made Stag Neck Knife

I was a little skeptical at first about the blade of the knife being made from stainless steel, ( just felt it should have been made from traditional carbon steel like the original patch knives ) but after contacting Atlanta Cutlery and finding out the grade of the Steel ( X46Cr13 ) and just the fact the grip is a piece of long aged stag, it was just too good to pass up. It's a very handy blade that has a lot of character! Thank You
Reviewed by: Mike, February 12, 2019

Review of: Outdoor Edge ChowPal

I really like this camping set, but it took 15 minutes to cut my way into the packaging.  I will happily use the set, but I'll not buy another because of the packaging - it's VERY safe.
Reviewed by: James, August 18, 2018

Review of: KA-BAR Tactical Spork

I love this. Stout, great size, serations are sharp.
Reviewed by: Michael, August 03, 2018