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Survive — Justin Park

6 ways to camp like a caveman

Sick of the gear world's obsession with shedding ounces? You'll find an ally in primitive camping evangelist David Canterbury.

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Around the web — Outdoor Life

3 Tips for Better Tinder

Good tinder is essential to primitive fire building. Learn to make it right.

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Around the web — Field and Stream

How to Free a Pinned Canoe

When your canoe is pinned, and you’re without a winch, pull it out with this system.

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WellnessRenee Howard

Recipe: Homemade Jerky, Alaska Style

Store-bought jerky is a rip-off. All you need to make something better is a few spices and an oven. And meat, of course.

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SurviveKevin Linderman

SOG Approved: Kammok Roo

The Kammok Rook is a quality camping hammock that goes up easily and costs less than $100. Enough said.

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Gear ReviewsKevin Linderman

SOG Approved: Setatec Touch 1k

With touchscreen controls, device charging capabilities, and a sleek design, this crowd-funded flashlight just might change the game for good.

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SurviveKevin Linderman

SOG Approved: Vargo’s Ultimate Firestarter

"Ultimate Firestarter" is a bold name for a product. Our founder tested Vargo's latest piece to see whether it can hold that weight.

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SurviveRenee Howard

Gear Review: BioLite Camp Stove

The BioLite Campstove is a neat concept---it runs on kindling and it can charge your phone, gps, or camera. But does it work? Writer Renee Howard tested it to find out.

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SurviveStewart Moore

This week in gear: 5 pocket-sized tools

Yes, that is a tool in our pocket. For this week's gear roundup, writer Stewart Moore found five great things that come in very small packages.

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Around the web — Field and Stream

The ultimate fire guide

From burning survival smoke signals to igniting big blazes at deer camp, this is the Total Outdoorsman’s guide to fire.

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