No holiday season is complete without the warm simplicity of Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang, which began as a comic strip by Charles Schulz in 1950. Debuting in 1965, A Charlie Brown Christmas has since become a cultural lodestone of the December TV repertoire for its earnest spirit and the visceral response it evokes. In the years that followed, Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, and Sally celebrated virtually every holiday, from Halloween to Thanksgiving to Fourth of July to even Arbor Day. This EDC layout is inspired by the iconic yellow and black shirt worn by Charlie Brown himself.
Bestech Knives Skirmish Liner Lock
Bestech’s everyday Skirmish Liner Lock is the ultimate go-to cleaver pocket blade for opening boxes at home or striking a flint on your next camping trip. At just 4.68oz, the knife can be added to your loadout with ease, sporting a satin-finished D2 steel blade and attractive G-10 scales with an ergonomic grip.
SureFire G2X Pro Flashlight
It’s always good to keep a flashlight in your pocket in case of emergencies on the road or retaining visibility during nighttime excursions. Stretching just over 5”, the lightweight G2X Pro from SureFire, made of yellow polymer and aluminum, throws its 600 lumens over 600ft and can last 52 hours on its lower setting.
Vuarnet Belvedere Regular Sunglasses
A few years back, French-based Vuarnet made lenses specifically for wearing sunglasses at night (isn’t there a song?), improving contrast thanks to mineral glass that also filters out blue light. Fortunately, the Belvedere shades are not only good for your peepers but stylish as well, with bio-acetate frames reinforced by five-barrel hinges.
MeisterSinger USA Limited Edition Mellow Yellow
Known for its single-hand configurations, German watchmaker MeisterSinger launched two decades ago and has since made a name for itself for balancing minimalism with the curious. Limited to just 50 pieces, this USA Limited Edition is based on the brand’s award-winning N° 03 model and sports a 43mm stainless steel case that houses a Swiss automatic movement.