My everyday carry
I’m an Environmental Engineer from Salt Lake City. My job keeps me on the road about 50% of the time. The Juice Pack keeps my phone charged when I’m traveling, The Moleskine is for expense report receipts (my admin loves that I keep them organized). The Memo Pad and Space Pen are great for taking field notes, even in the rain. The watch looks great and cost about $6000 less than a real one. I love the Gerber Artifact but the TSA doesn’t, so I got the Shard for air travel. They Mighty Wallet is made from Tyvek; light, durable and low profile. Unfortunately, they quit making the mini version so I’ll have to make it last.
Every once in a while, you’ll come across gear that looks so good you can’t wait to get your hands on it. That’s the case with the new CRKT Outrage—and not just for its strikingly good looks, but for its thoughtful ergonomics as well. It’s designed by Ken Onion, whose knives are well-regarded in the EDC community for the way they look like they just look belong in your hand. The Outrage accomplishes this with a lightweight 6061 aluminum handle, deep finger guard, and excellent top jimping. These ensure excellent control and retention of the blade during use. The knife flips open quickly and smoothly with a simple flick of your finger thanks to CRKT's low-friction, IKBS ball-bearing pivot technology. Once open, you'll find its 3.19” modified drop-point blade offers a strong piercing tip and a curved belly for slicing and cutting. And for all its high-value design and ergonomics, its accessible price is far from outrageous. You can grab the CRKT Outrage for your everyday carry at the link below.