You would think with so many folks saying that every other new trend is “the new black”, eventually the color would fall out of fashion. The reason it hasn’t is because black isn’t fashionable – it just is. It’s indelible, and indelible is exactly what you want to go for when it comes to your daily essentials. Now it’s no secret that we’re huge fans of blacked-out EDC gear around these parts, so we figured we’d share some of our favorite stealthy pocket pieces on the market. Whether you use them for inspiration or as a cue to pick up a few new items to add to your own setup, this collection shows off some of the best murdered out knives, watches, wallets and multi-tools available. Because all black everything never goes out of style.
SOG Key Knife
Keep a knife close at hand and out of site with this small but serious blade from SOG. While it is small enough to fit on a key ring, the 1 inch long blade can pack some punch.
Fisher Space Bullet Pen
A simple and space-saving classic, this EDC pen will be good to write in both extremely hot and cold weather (and in space).
Thrunite Ti3 Flashlight
About 10 times stronger than your iPhone’s light, this tiny torch is small enough to carry on a keychain or on your belt but strong enough to light up the night for up to one hour.
PDW G6 Standard Issue Dog Tag Tool
Who thought you could fit so much utility into such a small package? This tool from Prometheus Design Werx gets creative with its use of real estate.
Kershaw Onion Blur
A solid everyday carry knife from a well respected maker boasting a 3.4-inch blade that swings open via a Speed Safe assisted design.
Leatherman Surge Multitool
One of Leatherman’s most popular multi-tools, the Surge is equipped with everything from scissors, knives, pliers, screwdrivers and a bottle opener.
Powered by a Japanese Quartz movement that runs off of energy picked up by solar panels under the watch face, this canvas strapped watch is perfect for those on the go.
Shinola Six Pocket Card Case
If you are the kind of person to carry cards more often than you carry cash – this wallet from Shinola is not a bad way to go.