Everyday Carry

submitted by sfwall

Congratulations on an iconic blog. I humbly submit the following. Barring the occasional variance, this is what I have on me everyday:

Colonna Slimmy Wallet
Prodesign Prescription Glasses
Rolex Datejust
Classic Zippo with Z-Plus Insert
Keys with Spyderco Spin as fob, Atwood Poltergeist, VersaTi whistle, and 4Sevens Quark123Ti
iPhone 4, Magpul case
B&W C5 earset, in a tin I got at Maido
Countycomm Embassy Pen in stainless
Plain cotton handkerchief

Editor’s Note: Definitely a cool carry — a nice blend of ruggedness and class! The use of a small folding knife with pocket clip as your method of retaining keys is pretty clever. I notice you keep it on a McGizmo clip too, so you can use your keychain tools or your primary knife without the extra bulk of the knife, keyring or vice versa in the way of your handling. I like the improvisation of a hinged tin as an earphones case — there’s just so much versatility in those tins and they cost next to nothing! The Datejust, Embassy Pen, other stainless/Ti tools are great. You’ve got your bases covered here, and the overall silver/brown motif looks good with the setup! Thanks for sharing!

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