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Expedition Kit from Gold Bond.

Deluxe Art Pail from Ad Products Bazaar.

Cow Pattern Cotton Twill Two Tone Pro Style Cap from Otto International.

Embroidered Cup Sleeves from Suntex Industries.

Still can’t get enough of Kyle’s opinions on some of the neatest promotional products? Here are more reviews to hold you over until next month.

Gold Bond
Lewis and Clark. Stanley and Livingstone. Hillary and Norgay. All famous expeditions have two things in common: They feature a buddy flick-worthy pair of dudes, and they have the Expedition Kit from Gold Bond. Because whether you’re getting to the top of Everest or trekking through densest Zanzibar, there’s always time for golf. For more information, visit www.goldbondinc.com.

Ad Products Bazaar
Kids will love this Deluxe Art Pail from Ad Products Bazaar, especially with the imprint pictured, because it explicitly tells them to play. Parents will love it too, because it allows them to teach their kids pause, as in, “Pause and think before you dump that pail of sand crabs and fertilizer on your father.” For more information, visit www.bazaarline.com.

Otto International
Shoes, bags, bracelets … do you know why so many fashion staples are made of leather? It’s simple: Cows are the most stylish of all animals. Embrace bovine beauty with the Cow Pattern Cotton Twill Two Tone Pro Style Cap from Otto International. Next fall’s hottest trend? Udders. For more information, visit www.ottocap.com.

Suntex Industries
Ironically outdated fashions and full-arm tattoos, called “sleeves,” are all the rage with the kids these days. The logical next step? Embroidered sleeves, where they stitch patterns from grandma’s Christmas sweaters onto their arms. I think I’m going to stick with Embroidered Cup Sleeves from Suntex Industries. For more information, visit www.mainstsun.com.

Kyle A. Richardson is the editorial director of Promo Marketing. He joined the company in 2006 brings more than a decade of publishing, marketing and media experience to the magazine. If you see him, buy him a drink.

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