Everyday Carry: Rottweiler

Originally bred to herd livestock and help butchers haul meat to market, the Rottweiler has acquired a reputation over the years for being a fierce and often frightening breed of dog. And while their sturdy frames and strong jaws are certainly formidable, our two most favorite traits about these animals are their resiliency and their loyalty. When trained properly, these animals will stay by your side through thick and thin – which is something we also seek out in the gear we keep in our pockets. Your everyday carry gear should be as dependable as it is functional, just like Rottweilers – the animal by which this week’s pocket dump was inspired. Intimidating at first glance, this EDC loadout is fiercely dependable in all circumstances.

Dango P01 Pioneer Wallet

This unique bifold wallet is made from premium vegetable-tanned leather, can hold up to 20 cards and a wad of cash, features RFID-blocking technology, and comes with its own EDC pen. Best of all, it’s made here in the USA.

Purchase: $109

Rexford Rut V3 Titanium Utility Tool

Exclusive to Gallantry, this impressive multi-tool is built from unique light heat-colored titanium, features a black razor utility blade, and also has a screwdriver, pry bar, and bottle and can opener built right into it. It’s also made in USA and comes with a lifetime warranty.

Purchase: $165

Tsovet JPT-NT42 Watch

With a gorgeous minimalist design, Tsovet’s 316L stainless steel JPT-NT42 wristwatch is a handsome addition to any everyday carry. Plus, it features a reliable Japanese quartz movement, comes with a sturdy and comfortable rubber strap, and is water-resistant to 200 meters.

Purchase: $225

Zero Tolerance 0450FCZDP Knife

From Zero Tolerance’s exclusive Factory Custom collection, this rare flipper knife was designed by master knife maker, Dmitry Sinkevich. It’s made in the USA, features a black DLC-coated ZDP-189 blade and a PVD-coated titanium handle, and measures up at 7.4″ in total.

Purchase: $350

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