New, Ancient Arrow Toggles! An update on the original Toggles, secure one end to your cup, bowl, compass or knife and the other to your belt or bag for easy access. Get one on the store now!
Suggested Toggle use 103: Attach your compass to your belt loop for easy orienteering.
Suggested Toggle use 104: Attach your mittens to your clothing instead of putting them down on the snowy ground.
New kuksa cup completed today. Testing and seasoning with coffee in the snow.
I get a surprising number of enquiries about the functionality of Miscellaneous Adventures Toggles. A toggle is a simple way of attaching one thing to another securely, whilst still allowing easy access. Maybe this will help clear things up: First, find something you want to attach to your rucksack, belt or wherever. Pass the leather through a convenient anchor point on the object; in this case a mug handle. Then pass the wooden toggle through the leather loop; the toggle is now attached to the mug. Next pass the wooden toggle underneath a strap or similar on the rucksack and then feed it back through the leather loop. Now the mug is attached to rucksack and will not fall off. Brilliant.