Regardless of who you believe shot first (the answer is Han), the encounter between Han Solo and Greedo in Mos Eisley Cantina didn’t just become the epitome of an artist tampering with his own finished product but helped catalyze our favorite nerf herder to eventually join the Rebel Alliance and defeat the Empire in George Lucas’ seminal 1977 film, Star Wars. This EDC layout is inspired by one of the epitomes of the enigma of single-scene characters, featuring green, black, and brown colorways to honor everyone’s favorite Rodian bounty hunter.
Olight S2R Baton II Rechargeable Flashlight
With five brightness modes and an IPX8 water-resistance rating, Olight’s limited-edition version of its rechargeable S2R Baton II flashlight is housed in aerospace-grade aluminum that’s been knurled for better grip and can throw its 1,150 lumens up to 134m. You can clip it securely with the removable pocket clip or hang it around your neck via a lanyard. And when you want to mount it on the table or your car for hands-free visibility, the powerful magnet underneath ensures that you won’t lose your light.
Spyderco Native 5 Exclusive M4 LW Lockback Knife
First introduced in 1997, Spyderco’s Native knife has become a flagship lock back model because of its minimal 2.5-ounce load and four-point reversible pocket clip, as well as the attractive, volcano-textured polymer handle that provides a dual grip. An exclusive to BladeHQ, this mint green variant of the fifth-gen Native features fiberglass-reinforced nylon scales with black accents and a 3-inch CPM M4 steel blade with a black finish.
Tom Ford Grain Leather Bifold Wallet
Tom Ford has earned every bit of its reputation for quality and style. Its Grain Leather Bifold might seem simple for a wallet that costs upwards of $500, but the New York-based fashion icon uses the highest-grade Italian leather to do so. Holding up to eight cards, with two T-line spots in front and a bill pouch in the back, the wallet measures 4.5” x 3.7” and is embossed with the brand’s logo.
Matsuda M3097 Round Sunglasses (matte black/gray)
Boasting a steampunk-like aesthetic, Matsuda’s M3097 Sunglasses are inspired by the round safety glasses popular with industrial workers in the early 20th century. Immediately striking at first glance, the Japanese-made titanium frames sport a wide mesh bridge and side shields with hexagonal holes, as well as titanium nose pads.