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For general home-improvement jobs, this is the knife you want. In his roundup of quarantine gear, contributor Jakob Schiller wrote, “It has opened boxes, cut rope, trimmed weeds, and performed any other number of odd jobs.” The stainless-steel blade is sturdy enough for tough materials, and the nylon handle…

Forget the tie. Consider these gift ideas for Father's Day instead.

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Whether you're staying in a bare-bones A-frame or a decked-out Airbnb, these carry-on-friendly additions will turn any ski cabin into a cozy winter getaway

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Robert Young Pelton's latest folder is his magnum opus

Forget the hatchet—the Buck Compadre Froe has your camp wood-processing needs covered

A sharp knife is a safe knife and a useful knife. But as you use your blade, it will grow dull

Take care of your blade, and your blade will take care of you

Better products may come at a higher price, but their value will serve you on many occasions, in some cases decades

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