submitted by vikingmidgets
I really enjoy reading your blog and getting to see how diverse everyones load out is. So here is currently what I usually have on me. -Dan
- 32oz Nalgene bottle(I drink at least one every day)
- Keys w/gerber shard(would love an atwood and toying with the idea of a second light on the keys)
- Citizen BM6400 on NATO strap (cheap durable and easy to read)
- Slimmy Wallet
- iPhone 4
- Spyderco Sage 2 Titanium
- 4sevens Preon 2
- Shure e2c IEMs (I intend to replace these with custom molded IEMs soon)
Editor’s Note: Hey Dan, I appreciate your support. Let’s take a look at your EDC… It’s good to see that you keep a bottle, hydration is really important for daily health, and having water could save your life one day, actually. I just wonder how you carry something like that. As for your keychain, some Atwoods would definitely add different functionalities but also keep an eye out on Leatherman, word on the street is that they acquired PocketToolX and should have some more affordable keychain one piece multitool offerings to consider. A second light is not a bad idea either, considering your main light is a little long — a small twisty light should complement it well (if you like 4sevens, maybe a Mini CR2 if you can manage the bulk). But in its current configuration, your keychain seems lightweight enough to handle everything on that non-locking carabiner, assuming you pocket tuck it. Good choice of watch, you bring up a good point about it being easy to read. Arabic numerals would help out with that considering the small case diameter. Your knife is a great EDC, not too large with a nice blade shape, excellent materials and lock. And yes, e2cs are a little dated but I see you’re in the market to upgrade. Nice carry over all and thanks for sharing.
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