Thursday, November 26, 2015

A Thanksgiving Message...

Hello Blogger, 

Thanksgiving is special. 

Of all the holidays, it represents something so deeply rooted in our culture -- so deeply ingrained -- that I find it important to remember what Thanksgiving is about, how it came to be, and what I am thankful for everyday.

The story of Thanksgiving is a story of perseverance and industriousness. Of individual success and ingenuity. 

It is a celebration of the success of a few good people, their faith in God, and their journey in establishing a new life on fertile land - learning from the native inhabitants and using what became the root of American capitalism to succeed. 

On this day, we are giving Thanks to those brave souls who set the stage for what would eventually become these United States of America. 

As I am filling my plate with Turkey and Stuffing today, I will be thankful for that and much, much, more.

I will be thankful for my growing family, for my friends, for the strength of my team at Metalcloak, for the Men & Women around the world who serve to protect our Freedoms every day, but most of all, I will be thankful for you, our amazing customers. 

It is you that have made this all possible. Every day I am grateful for your generosity, for your support, for your ideas, for your help, for your willingness to share, and for your love of the sport and lifestyle that makes our industry so much fun.

So today, let me say THANK YOU!

Thank you and God Bless,


See you on the Rocks...

Matson "Matsonian" Breakey

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Friday, November 20, 2015

5-Bullet Friday - November 20, 2015

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Five things that I find compelling, interesting and worth sharing with you, my incredible friends...
Hello Blogger!

Here is your weekly fill of 5-Bullet Friday, a few things that I found of interest this last week... 
  • FOR YOUR JEEP:  Axia Alloys. Damn. Probably some of the nicest mounts I've ever seen. The perfect accessory to add that next level to your rig. 
  • FOR THE OVERLANDER:  This rack system from Kargo Master is pretty cool. Not only is it sturdy and capable of handling a large load, but the door hinge mounted steps and the walkway in front of the windshield work incredibly well. We had this on our Overland JK for a few months and were very impressed. 
  • FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION:  I try not to get political here, but as The Trail PAC says, "All Trail Decisions are Political Decisions." With the presidential election cycle looming in the news every day, you should follow The Trail PAC (PAC stands for Political Action Committee) to learn which candidates are better for our sport.
  • FOR A GOOD READ:   Whether or not you enjoy reading about history, I just finished Walter Isaacson's biography of Benjamin Franklin. This one book does more to help you understand what our country way like and what it took to secure our liberties then anything I've ever read. It also explains why Franklin is such an important figure in the history of our nation and how, in his time, he was the most famous American in the world. 
  • FOR A GOOD BLADE:  This knife designed by "Survivorman" Les Stroud is not light by any means, so it doesn't make for an ultra-light backpacking tool, but it is purpose-built to take abuse and last in survival situations. The sheath, while goofy looking, contains flint, a whistle, reflective mirror and more. 
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See you on the rocks,

Matson "Matsonian" Breakey
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Thursday, November 19, 2015

New Products, Good Tidings, and the Pic of the Week

T'is the season, right? The season for indulgence in foods, for family time, for playing with your rig in the snow and planning your next mod. 

And at Metalcloak, it is the season of new product releases. It seems like everyday I'm given a new product to go live on the website. Sometimes it is completely new, like our JK EVAP Canister Concealment Kit, other times it is a new configuration of our suspension components like the Fox Edition TJ Lock-N-Load Long Arm.

Either way, I'm glad I have this weekly opportunity to share a few new products with you as well as announce our Pic of the Week. 



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JK Wrangler EVAP Canister Concealment Kit.

We were just going to call this a relocation kit, but when I looked at how concealed and protected it was, the name changed. Easy to install, it goes where Jeep should have put it in the first place.
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2016 Off Road Event Calendar - Now Available!

For over 25 Years, Sidekick Off-Road, led by the legendary Rick Russell, has published this iconic calendar full of incredible off-road rigs and supported by amazing manufacturers.

Sneak Peak... Vented TJ/LJ Access Panels...

I rarely like posting something unless it is up on the website and ready to go, but I was so excited about these new vented TJ/LJ Access Panels for the Overline and Arched Fenders, I just had to share. 

Expect them to be for sale sometime in December. 

TJ/LJ Lock-N-Load Long Arm, Now With Fox
Our line of kits featuring Fox Shocks continues to grow... Now you can get the Fox 2.0 with both our 4.5" and 6" Lock-N-Load Long Arm Suspension Systems.

How awesome is that?!?!

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Congratulations to Wesley Bramlett of Kennesaw, Georgia for this
weeks Pic of the Week.

See you on the Rocks...

Matson "Matsonian" Breakey