Austin Leavitt

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Best Travel Suits of 2018 Gear For Life

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Best Travel Suits in 2023 That You Can Flaunt

You don’t want to be sitting in a tight, uncomfortable suit for several hours, only to get up and head to work or a meeting with wrinkles and creases all over it. And you certainly don’t want to sweat through it as you head to gate. That’s where travel suits come in. Grab one of these, pair it with some smart, functional luggage, and you'll be traveling in pure crease-free comfort.  Here are some of the best travel suits that will suit your constantly on-the-go lifestyle.

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Channellock 87 Rescue Tool: BugOut Bag Ready

Here's something we don't see very often: a multi-tool dedicated solely to rescue situations. Designed with EMTs, firefighters and first responders in mind, the Channellock 87 may look like a regular pair of pliers, but features a variety of different tools full of uses in the many situations they usually find themselves in.

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Best Bike Shoe Covers For Winter

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How To Choose: The Best Bike Shoe Covers For Winter

For true cycling enthusiasts, winter is no obstacle; we find ways to get out on the road or trail even when the snow is falling and a layer of ice coats the ground. It may be difficult and a bit riskier, but it’s just as fun – provided your feet stay warm and dry. Bike shoe covers – also called bike overshoes – can help with that.

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All-Clad Copper C4 Copper-infused Set

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Have a Lot of Money To Spend On Cookware? This Copper-Infused Collection From All-Clad Fits The Bill

Ask several different chef’s what the best material for cookware is, and you’ll get several different answers.  Stainless Steel is durable and easy to clean but doesn’t conduct heat all that well. Aluminum has excellent thermal conductivity but isn’t quite as durable as stainless steel and can warp over time at extremely high heats. Cast-iron is awesome, but heavy, brittle and impractical for most everyday cooking. Then there’s copper.

By Austin Leavitt