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Outside Recommends Heroclip in the Van
Ian Jones

The gift guides just keep coming. Outside Magazine has kindly included Heroclip in another guide this week, this time aimed at #vanlife enthusiasts. For the uninitiated, life on the road is becoming increasingly popular as young and old alike try to disconnect from this modern life and live simpler, less expensive, and more meaningful lives of perpetual discovery and exploration. Pretty heavy stuff, which is why it's a great idea to have a few Heroclips along for the ride. Great for organization and stuff-management in and out of the van, once you've got a Heroclip you'll never hit the road without it.

From the article: "The swivel hook on top means you can easily hang this over railings, fences, awnings, and tree branches and still take advantage of the clip for organizing extension cords, hanging up solar lights, and countless additional tasks." Thanks to Outside Magazine for the great feature!

The gift guides just keep coming. Outside Magazine has kindly included Heroclip in another guide this week, this time aimed at #vanlife enthusiasts. For the uninitiated, life on the road is becoming increasingly popular as young and old alike try to disconnect from this modern life and live simpler, less expensive, and more meaningful lives of perpetual discovery and exploration. Pretty heavy stuff, which is why it's a great idea to have a few Heroclips along for the ride. Great for organization and stuff management in and out of the van, once you've got Heroclip you'll never hit the road without it.

From the article: "The swivel hook on top means you can easily hang this over railings, fences, awnings, and tree branches and still take advantage of the clip for organizing extension cords, hanging up solar lights, and countless additional tasks." Thanks to Outside Magazine for the great feature!

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