submitted by H2O Boy
Editor’s Note: Not much to say about this carry other than that it’s safe to say you’ve made a lot of other readers pretty jealous. For many, the Strider and McGizmo are familiar items… but to less initiated, I should mention these tools are top notch quality and sought after by many. I haven’t seen many pics of the Render K kickstarter pen, my first impression is that the shape looks a little strange but at least it’s not overly tactical. And the Anso carabiner is awesome (if not overkill) with that rugged design, nice size, and sturdy materials to ensure your keys are secure. Thanks for sharing!
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