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Pioneer Matter Wallet

While the rest of us are looking forward to new gear in 2018, the future-forward gear makers at Pioneer are debuting a wallet collection that looks straight out of 2049. Dubbed the 10XD ONYX Collection, it gets its name from its unique, blacked-out material made with fibers 10X stronger than steel by weight. This ultra-durable material and other advanced manufacturing techniques come together in a new style: the Matter Wallet. It's a minimalist wallet based on a slim cardholder silhouette with enough storage to carry cash without the need for a bulky, dedicated billfold compartment.

The Matter wallet's slimness isn't just a result of its design alone. It's the ripstop material—ultra high molecular weight polyethylene—that provides durability and structure to the wallet without the need for much bulk or extra material. Besides being durable, it's also lightweight, waterproof, and abrasion resistant.

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mophie powerstation AC

"Mophie’s highest capacity power bank yet. The Powerstation AC has a 22,000mAh capacity, a 110V/100W AC outlet, a USB-C PD port that can charge at up to 30W, and a 2.4A quick-charge USB-A port to..." (via TheAwesomer)

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Spyderco Lil' Native

It's one thing to EDC a knife that's easy on the eyes, but it's even better if its stylish design feels good in your hand, too. Blending function and form is one tricky balancing act that Spyderco gets right time and again. Their new Lil' Native takes one of their crowd-favorite EDC designs, the Native, and scales down the proportions while keeping its signature Spydero ergonomics at the forefront. Despite its smaller size, the Lil' Native represents a complete package for EDC, mixing gent's knife styling and practical upgrades to boot.

In the case of the Lil' Native, the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree: its overall silhouette and ergonomic shape that made the Native great haven't drastically changed. Its thick, leaf-shaped S30V steel blade still features a large thumbhole for deployment and finger choil for added control. This time around the blade measures 2.5” long overall, with about a 2” usable cutting edge. The slight curve on the blade makes that 2” feel longer in practice, which also ends in a defined tip for precise piercing. The blade's full flat grind makes it excellent for slicing and general EDC tasks, too.

Unlike its bigger brothers, the Lil' Native foregoes the lockback mechanism for Spyderco's high-strength compression lock on the back of the handle. The G10 scales keep the knife lightweight at just 2.5 oz and complement the handle's 4-finger grip ergonomics with added texture. Lastly, the Lil' Native opts for a sleeker, ambidextrous wire pocket clip for easy carry. For a more modern and EDC-friendly version of a classic knife, pick up the Lil' Native at the link below.

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