submitted by Adam H

Editor’s Note: B) indeed, nice carry. Minimal but with high quality gear (although I wouldn’t be surprised if that wallet was pretty empty haha). I really like the hardware and cordage for retention/retrieval you’ve got going on the Aeon, especially considering how small of a light it is. It looks like you have a McGizmo clip on it too to make it modular and easily detachable in case you don’t need the lanyard in the way, good job. Keys are kept slim, knife looks great, and the Hamilton Khaki is one of those nice watches that I don’t see very often. I like the legibility of the all-arabic markers and looks great on the strap. Thanks for sharing!


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