Stay light on your feet when you head out with the Pathfinder. An adjustable shoulder strap and removable liner make it a great travel companion
Ultimate Microwavable Bacon Cooker, the best thing invented since bacon. Cook up to 10 pieces at a time. No splatter.
$17.00Pee stains on the carpet. Barking at all hours of the night. That embarrassing thing he does with your leg. It’s enough to make you cry out, “Why doesn’t my dog have an owner’s manual?” And now, thankfully, he does.
The New England Shirt Co. factory has handcrafted dress and sport shirts since 1933, making it the oldest operating ready-to-wear shirt manufacturer in America. All garments are handmade using single-needle precision, and feature a split yoke for ease of shoulder movement and rear side pleats for unmatched comfort.
The Santa Fe delivers legendary toughness while a perfect layer of cushioning on the bottom of the sock delivers comfort. Versatile to the core, these socks go way beyond the expectations of an “everyday sock”. Fine gauge Merino wool keeps them cool in the summer and warm in the winter. True Seamless construction makes them irresistibly comfortable. Plus they’re anti-microbial and breathable so you can wear them more than once while you’re traveling and no one will be the wiser.
Crisp fir needles, garden sage and a touch of grapefruit.
Made using soy wax and dual vegetable wax coated cotton wicks. Natural soy wax comes from a renewable source grown in the USA.
Once finished burning, the glass makes a great container to hold fresh flowers, q-tips, small office supplies, etc.
The Foot Soldier is made to the same military specification Faribault has been using since at least 1917. Originally designed to accommodate the widely varying temperatures of Cadet sleeping quarters, the “double cloth” construction of this blanket results in a warm, heavy, yet breathable product.
Hand thrown, fired in gas kiln.
Nothing can ruin a day afield (and sometimes an entire trip) faster than a dog injury. This is the first field guide covering the injuries a dog can encounter in the field, presenting the symptoms and treatment. Sized to fit in a pocket (4 x 6) and spiral bound for easy use. Each section is tabbed for quick access to a particular ailment and covers such things as snake bites, gunshot wounds, poisoning, choking, cuts, bleeding, lacerations, pests, eye problems, vomiting, ear problems, shock, heat prostration, broken bones, conditioning, and first aid supplies.