This is what I have in my pockets today:
I recently repaired my Olympus DSLR and even though I have yet to learn how to use it properly, I hope this picture is a bit closer to the high standard of the great submissions on your blog.
submitted by Sergiu M
Editor’s Note: Nice carry here — albeit even more minimal than most (no keyring?). The Dfly is a nice little EDC knife, I love the blade shape on it. I don’t see leather NATO straps very often, but the pairing of the cordovan and that dark green bezel is awesome! That finish on your Zippo looks great too. I’ll assume your smartphone has an LED flashlight in it, otherwise a light could help round out the rest of your carry. Thanks for sharing!
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