I would say the Bird of Pry takes most of the beating everyday. After all, that's what it's for. I just picked up the Dango Wallet fairly recently so I'm still testing that out. It's a little bulkier than I'm used to…Read More
The last EDC Weekly of July highlights some of the best knives one can carry. From handmade works from the likes of Jake Hoback and Chris Reeve to Spyderco and Benchmade, these are the best knives submitted to the EDC Weekly in July.
Beware, everything below might put a dent in your wallet. We are not responsible.Read More
The brains over at Big Idea Design make some of the best EDC gear around with truly novel designs and, usually, out of some of the nicest materials. (Titanium. I'm talking about Titanium. They love it. I love it. You love it.) They’re back at it again with the world’s most adaptable click pen, the Ti Click.Read More
This week, I wanted to highlight one of the best EDC key organizers on the market, the Keybar. It's beefy, rugged, yet still lightweight and iconic in design. So below you'll find three different takes on a pocket dump featuring various versions of the Keybar.
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It's safe to say titanium is a coveted material in the everyday carry community. There is speculation as to whether it's the best material for the job. For one, it isn't cheap. But it's half the weight of stainless steel and, man, it looks and feels great. So I threw together this all-titanium carry for some inspiration for your own EDC.Read More
Key organization is the weak point of many everyday carry setups. Carabiners are often clunky, heavy, or both. Key rings suck. And if you have a giant key fob, it only makes matters worse. Then you have the problem of small S-Biners coming unhooked when you don't want them to. (I've temporarily lost my keys countless times thanks to dual-gated carabiners.) Those are all problems the MSTR LINX aims to solve.Read More
Everything looks and feels better in titanium, doesn't it? It's more lightweight and stronger than steel and often bears a matte finish that's both supple and substantial. The James Brand just announced new editions of its County and Elko folders, which now come in titanium.Read More