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Maxpedition Veldspar

If you've been holding out on EDCing a tactical bag because of the way they look, we understand. Not everyone wants to stand out in a crowd. Camouflage and webbing might be useful in the field, but it can put a target on your back in an urban environment. Maxpedition's Veldspar shoulder bag brings the brand's signature tactical functionality to a lower profile design, perfect for EDC in the city.

It's slim, streamlined, and far from how you'd picture a standard tactical bag to look. Even if it doesn't have MOLLE everywhere, it'll still perform with the best of them. Instead, a laser-cut attachment lattice on the exterior of the pack provides some subtle modularity and nylon webbing on the inside of the bag offers more familiar organization options. A sturdy 1000/500D Teflon-coated nylon makes up the rest of the bag, while YKK zippers throughout ensure easy and reliable access to your gear through daily use.

At 8L in capacity it's just the right size to supplement your pocket space for the rest of your everyday essentials. You even can carry a tablet in the main compartment, a water bottle on the side, and security pocket for stashing valuables or your CCW. With so much organizational space, the Veldspar can help de-clutter your carry as well and keep everything in its place.

With the Veldspar you can step up to carrying a tactical bag without committing to a tactical look. Pick one up and try it out for yourself at the link below.

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Thyrm CellVault and SwitchBack Tactical Flashlight Accessories

In an emergency situation, few things are as essential as a flashlight. But to truly be prepared for the situation at hand, you'll need quick access to illumination, a solid grip on your light, and plenty of extra batteries nearby. In the dark, the last thing you'll want is to drop your light or have to rummage through your pack for fresh batteries. That's why Thyrm designed their products to give your flashlight setup that extra edge when it matters most. Their CellVault battery cases make it much easier to carry spare batteries and their SwitchBack flashlight rings grant fast, secure access to your EDC light. All of their products are made in the USA from premium high-impact plastics with some thoughtful design that will easily integrate into your EDC setup.

Thyrm’s CellVault and CellVault XL are cases specifically designed to carry a range of the most common battery types found in EDC lights. The standard version fits either four AAAs, two AAs, or three CR123s. The XL version can pack in 2 18650s, up to six CR123s, 8 AAAs, or 4 AAs. You can mix and match the battery types to accommodate different lights and gear you’re carrying. Inside the XL you’ll find a divider that keeps your batteries from knocking into each other. Both cases can attach to MOLLE straps on the outside of a bag for quicker access.

Despite the name, the CellVault is great for carrying small EDC items other than batteries. Since they’re waterproof, they make an ideal home for a small survival kit, lighter, matches, and anything else that you want to keep both dry and quick to grab. They’re available in a variety of colors commonly used on tactical bags and gear, so they’re sure to coordinate with the rest of your setup.

Thyrm's SwitchBack rings add a level of security to your flashlight grip. While they’re designed to improve your grip on a tactical flashlight while shooting, they have some everyday applications as well. You can attach the SwitchBack onto your flashlight (make sure to check the compatibility chart!) so it’s easier to hold onto. The high-impact plastic ring allows you to retrieve your light from a pocket or bag and activate it with with one hand. Since your finger goes through a ring, you can still hold the flashlight while using both hands.

All of Thyrm’s products are made in the USA from high quality materials that are designed to withstand military, law enforcement, and survival use. Pick up a CellVault or SwitchBack from Thyrm’s Amazon store via the link below.

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KeySmart Rugged Titanium

Carrying keys in your pockets isn’t only uncomfortable, it also takes up valuable pocket space. The original KeySmart was great at slimming down your keys into an easy to carry solution, but there’s always room for improvement. What happens when you combine one of the most popular key holders with everyone's favorite metal? You get the KeySmart Rugged Titanium, a tougher version of the popular key management tool that’s found its way into the pockets of EDCers.

The new and improved KeySmart Rugged now sports a titanium build, which means you don’t have to worry about daily wear and tear. The front and back plates are slightly thicker now so you’ll get a more hefty feeling tool, and the removable pocket clip and improved bottle opener provide a welcome bit of extra functionality to your carry. In its base configuration the KeySmart Rugged can hold between 2-14 keys, with extension screws available that up the capacity to 100 keys. Try fitting that on a traditional keyring.

Though there’s plenty to like about the new features of the KeySmart Rugged, the basic premise hasn’t changed. You still have easy access to almost any key you need thanks to the Swiss Knife-style swivel action of the keys, and a small loop attachment point comes with every KeySmart for larger car keys or pesky key fobs.

If you’re looking for a sleek solution to jingling keys the KeySmart has always been a solid option, and this new more durable version makes it even more useful for EDC. Whether you’re upgrading or getting your first key management tool, get your KeySmart Rugged by clicking the link below.

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FourSevens Mini Turbo Mk II Combo

"Not much bigger than the CR123-sized RCR123A high discharge rate battery that comes with it, the everyday carry-suitable FourSevens Mini Turbo Mk II packs way more punch than many far larger flashlights. The integrated Cree XM-L2 emitter and included battery allow the flashlight to achieve an output of a staggering 1,020 lumens on its highest setting, and switches through high, medium, low, and..." (via GearHungry)

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