Move over spork, here comes The Muncher. This titanium utensil can do so much more…
While most of us would not think the humble spork needed a redesign, product designer Micah Baclig felt differently. After a degree from Rhode Island School of Design where he spent researching eating utensils around the world, Baclig decided to take a brand new look at the popular outdoor utensil with a focus on sustainability and portability.
You may never end up eating chinese food on the trail, but the new chopstick and spork (or foon in GSI speak) combination adds a whole new level of fun and functionality to the lowly utensil. You will thoroughly impress your friends when you pull the Kung Foon out of your pack and start stirring the boiling pasta without burning your hand.
Light My Fire, the champion of well designed, multi-functional tools (think Spork), has done it again. Teaming up with fellow Swedish company Mora, the company has created a knife that is not just useful for prepping your dinner, but cooking your dinner as well.
Swedish outdoor accessory maker Light My Fire continues to churn out innovative, well designed and just plain fun products. An updated FireSteel 2.0, the new SporkCase and multiple additions to the
family are just some of the great products you can expect to see this Fall.