Solid everyday carry gear is not just convenient and helpful – it’s a point of pride for most enthusiasts. But, more than that, it is the mark of an intelligent man. You see, keeping the tools on you to help you get through any situation that might arise means that you’ve considered possibilities and contingencies that might interrupt day-to-day life and have decided not to let the unexpected set you back or tear you down. That being said, there’s always room for improvement – even amongst the most well-thought-out EDC loadout. Because life is ever-changing, so too should your pocket gear. So, rather than let it stagnate as the world around you changes, have a look at what you carry and consider whether your days could be made easier by altering that which you carry in your pockets. Perhaps you could do well by picking up something from this week’s pocket dump, for instance.
Trayvax Summit Wallet
The ultimate in both minimalism and toughness, this American-made RFID-blocking wallet from Trayvax consists of two parts: a stainless steel melonite-finished frame and a nylon webbing strap. It also fits up to 8 cards and 5 bills and comes with a lifetime heirloom warranty.
Arktype RMK Paracord Quick-Release Keychain
This superb keychain is what you get when you combine a military-grade rifle clip, 550 hand-woven paracord, and a neodymium magnetic quick-release clasp. It’s sturdy, convenient, looks great, and is made right here in the USA – what more could you want?
The James Brand Folsom Knife
An exclusive version of one of the greatest EDC knives of all time, this OD Green Folsom folder comes with G10 scales, a black-coated Carpenter CTS-BD1 steel blade with matching hardware, a liner lock, and an ambidextrous thumb hole for easy deployment.
Jack Mason A102 Aviator Chronograph Watch
With a PVD coated stainless steel case and a comfortable and striking nylon band, this striking aircraft-inspired chronograph watch is as handsome as it is functional. It’s also water-resistant to 100 meters, runs on a reliable Japanese Quartz movement, and features Super Luminova hands and a date window.
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