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Introducing DOOBEE

Read more about Environmental Racism here Good morning Danglers,It is an exciting and challenging time here in the USA. At DangleSupply we have been wondering what we can do to help make the world a better place, and we've come to the conclusion that the place we can affect the most change might be within our core community as an outdoor brand. For those reasons we are launching a whole new line of products for DOOBEE - DangleSupply's Ongoing Outreach Benefiting the Environment Ethically. Proceeds from all of these products will go to charities of our choice that help to protect the people most disenfranchised by environmental degradation.We have more info coming and our first DOOBEE products will be available...

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Dangle Radio - Remember Places

Do you remember places?Has your brain turned to mush trying to remember? Do you even know what day it is anymore?Our pal Jonah is remembering some places and this week he brings you bold flavors from all sorts or places. Places we used to be able to go.Sit back and transport yourself into the weekend, if that is a thing that exists anymore and ReMeMbErrrrrr.Listen to the playlist on Spotify here

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Dangle Radio - Sad Girl Bong Rips

This week on Dangle Radio, something to really make you feel. Kelsey Phillips brings us an intro to sad girl. Not familiar with this genre? Well, you are in for a moody treat. Listen to the playlist HERE Get 10% off orders today only with the code SADGIRL

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Dangle Radio - Black Metal Bong

This week on Dangle Radio, a gift from our friend Erik...   This playlist is made by The Dark Lord’s Darkest @hellhommus for @danglesupply It’s a celebration of new expressions within the genre that started because everyone else in “metal” were a bunch of lame stereotyped clichés. Lars Ulrich being so fucking annoying is probably half the reason it came to life. It’s a music genre inspired by things such as really dark darkness, terror, rotten carcasses and self-mutilation with big rusty knives. Unlike Death Metal (that’s usually played by extrovert and aggressive bro’s) Black Metal is introverted and informed by nature, solitude and despise of everything living. Geographically this playlist is based in the deep and dark forests of...

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