submitted by Coleman H

Cheers- Digging the site-  This is my /sorta/ EDC, as it varies during the day depending on missions I have to run.. Objects include:

Panerai Radiomir Regatta Ti. PAM323. Strap I made form Suede Veg Tan. 
47’s Q-Mini CR2 Ti
Dunhill Lighter
William Henry Black and Tan T12BT
Keys on Custom Fob
Wallet I made from Cordovan Hide
Mont Blanc Boheme, Polished. 
Leuchttrum1917 notebook.

Keep up the good work-

Editor’s Note: Firstly, I’m glad you dig that site — thanks for the support. As for your carry, it’s awesome and one of my recent favorites. It’s a bit pricier than most but you’ve managed to combine well-designed, high-quality tools into a sleek, stylish setup. I also appreciate the DIY elements of it as well. Keep up it up and carry on~


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