Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Mini Lanslide with Racing Stripes

Update: Titanium beads are winding down although I do have a couple more designs coming. But it's time to turn my attention back to other projects. Steel G2 Superbugs are almost ready for heat treat and will be going out later this week to start that finishing process. Titanium Wroaches will probably be finished next week.

Alrighty then, I have some more of these little guys done today. These have a bright smooth finish on them with two simple racing stripes. Perfect for smaller tools and side zippers. On stretchy black shock cord. Thanks for stopping by!

Sold out for now, thank you!!

11 comments:

jimboinwv said...

Hey! I finally got to play...Thanks for all the neat things you manufacture. Any sneak-peeks on the new stuff you have coming?

Indy Fab fan said...

alas until i finish my taxes have to resist purchases . . . looks great. and thanks for the update!

Peter Atwood said...

Thanks for reminding me...gotta write that check to Uncle Sam this morning. :(

Steve said...

Hey Peter! Thanks for posting up the racing stripes. Had to resist buying a bunch and settled for just one. They look realllly nice!

mwieseler said...

I have to say, I think these are my favorite of the landslides.

Aaron said...

Hey Peter - forgot to mention it the other day. I hope you had a great birthday and spend some time with loved ones.

James said...

Lanslides with trit slots.....

Just throwin' it out there.

You could keep a coffee can of these around and have an option on the purchase screen for you regular sales to add a random Lanslide to the order for $15

Steven Jarvis said...

Got my lanslides today (racing stripes and mini rifle knurl (I stalked this site like mad last weekend!) and they are great.

Thanks, Peter!

I'm looking to snag my first Atwood tool with the G2 Superbugs!

l said...

I have to say I like the trit slot idea!

Ward said...

I was thinking the same thing. It would be great if with every tool from now on you would have the option to buy a landslide to go with it.

Steve said...

Tritium slots would be pretty awesome, but might be difficult to do given the small amount of extra material in the lanslide. Having the "add-a-lanslide" option would be pretty neat however. :-)