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Top (L to R): CDG Classic Plain, Zissou Keyhook with Cashstash, Leather Triangle for Coins, Blackberry Bold 9000, Rhodia Grid Notebook

Middle: Black Pilot G2 0.5

Bottom: Muji Camera Case, 6m Parachord, Magnesium Rod with Spark Rod, Sharpie Mini, Victorinox Swiss Army Knife, Leatherman Micra, Fenix E01, Parachord, Muji Case

Editor’s Note: Nicely done. I like the re-appropriated camera case into a sort of mini survival kit. That’s a clever and pretty stylish way to conceal and carry a good selection of tools for EDC. Nice wear on your leather goods as well. Your carry looks clean and coherent, and your bases are pretty much covered so keep that up and thanks for sharing.

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