The use of camouflage dates back to long before the existence of human civilization. Back then, it appeared solely as an evolutionary trait employed by animals to either avoid predators or hide from prey. Though humans have no natural camouflage of which to speak, we’ve created our own, employed it in countless venues and on every manner of equipment, and are constantly pursuing its perfection. For everyone from soldiers, to hunters, to tactical gear enthusiasts, camouflage has become a normal part of everyday life. And, as such, it has also made its way into the everyday carry world. Take, for example, this weeks pocket dump – which features a number of different camo styles including Swedish, digital, and American multicam.
Word Pocket Notebook
With 48 lined pages and a handy organizational system, these pocket-friendly notebooks are everything you need to keep organized and on-track in your day-to-day life.
Recycled Firefighter Leather Wallet
Built from a combination of full grain retired combat boot leather and american multicam cloth, this minimalist wallet can hold up to 8 cards, as well as a wad of bills within its included cash strap.
Boker Plus Tactical Pen
Featuring a bolt-action clicker and a flat head for a secure thumb rest in self-defense applications, this tactical pen is constructed from super tough CNC machined anodized aluminum and is the perfect size for an EDC pen.
SOG Aegis Folding Knife
With a partially serrated AUS-8 steel tanto blade, SOG’s proprietary assisted opening technology, and a secure piston lock, this everyday carry pocket knife will give its carrier a tactical edge always.
Jack Mason A101 Aviator Watch
Inspired by the gauges of an aircraft, this sturdy stainless steel case wristwatch built by team at Jack Mason is mated to an infantry-inspired NATO nylon strap, is powered by a reliable Swiss quartz movement, and has Super Luminova markings for easy viewing in any lighting conditions.
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