submitted by Scott P.
Heav(ier) duty EDC, usually carried in a small shoulder bag:
Guildhall pocket notebook (much better quality than Moleskine imho), in a plain leather cover.
Stainless Embassy pen, stainless Maxmadco pen.
Undyed cotton handkerchief.
Spyderco Leaf Storm.
Saddleback Leather medium bifold wallet.
Keychain and tools: Muyshondt Aeon, Leatherman Squirt PS4, and Imakey, and 2 stainless storage fobs.
Editor’s Note: Nice setup… with an EDC bag I see you can manage to carry a nice notebook, some heavy duty pens, and a Saddleback bifold (which aren’t the slimmest to carry I’d imagine, but here it should carry fine and last forever). Good choice on the primary bladetoo. Despite it being one of my older knives, my Leafstorm’s in my pocket every day (still can’t think of a suitable replacement for myself…). I like the pairing of the Aeon and the Squirt, as well as how your keys are modular for ease of access and customization. One concern I have is the two pill-fobs on one McGizmo clip situation — they seem to dangle awkwardly (which again, might not matter if it’s in a bag). I can’t tell from the photo what size clips those are too, but I generally avoid the smaller clips because they tend to easily unclip gear, in my experience. Looking good overall, thanks for sharing.
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