The Everyday Carry is all about what you carry everyday. Everyday Carry is EDC for short and consists of the items that you normally carry at any given time throughout your day. These might be normal everyday objects such as a wallet, keys and phone, but also can include flashlights, multitools, knives and other things that can make getting through the day easier and better. For some of us, an extra packet or two of instant coffee we can drop into hot water when we need a pickup might be an everyday carry item, while a chef might carry a melon baller. There's no such thing as the best everyday carry for every individual, but you can customize your EDC to meet your personal needs and lifestyle.
What's In The Baaaaaag??? I would have put a gratitious Brad Pit Meme here if I'd had the space, but FML. Check out what other people are carrying everyday to get ideas and comment!
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It's not easy to find truly handmade knives anymore. Most knives are mass produced in factories and really nothing to write home about. The Higo No Kami Knife, on the other hand is a knife that has a rich and deep history that epotimizes the Japanese culture and traditions.
For $20, A Knife like this is just too good to pass up, and the blade alone is worth every penny.
I still love writing with pen, pencil and paper. Many people call it "Analog" writing. No Batteries. No Charging. Blackout Proof. What's not to like? For me, I've carried many notebooks over the years, but the Blackwing Slate (dot grid style) is the best I've used. It even comes with the legendary Blackwing 602 pencil in a holder in the spine, so you don't even need to try and find one. Let's take a closer look at the Blackwing slate notebook.
Having power on the go is nice, but being able to charge up when no other means are available... That's essential!
I've wanted to have a good solar charger for a long time and had my eye on the Goal Zero Nomad 20 for a while, but at it's $199 price tag, it was just too expensive for my budget. I thought I was settling on the 21 watt Anker Powerport Solar Charger initially since it was only $60, but after three months of use, I have to say that it's been one of the handiest ways to keep charged up when I'm out.