The Key Armory Sword Keys

May 17, 2017

Category: Gear

People sometimes forget that everyday carry isn’t just about utility. It’s also about turning the gear you bring with you everywhere into a kind of personal callsign. And it’s with that in mind that we’d like to introduce you to the Key Armory. They take an oft-ignored EDC piece (your house key) and turn it into something with a little more flair.

Boasting styles from Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, He-Man, Voltron, the Legend of Zelda, and more – this company offers up numerous keys with hilts made to look like legendary blades from pop culture. Like Jon Snow’s Valyrian steel blade? Well, you can have it in key form. Truly, the variety is impressive. And all you have to do is take it down to your local hardware store and get it cut. Then, you just attach it to your keyring and you’ll always have that trusty sword by your side. These killer EDC additions retail for just $12 a pop.

Purchase: $12

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