- Cambridge Satchel Company 14" Classic Satchel in Vintage w/ Monogram
- Doctor Who Toile Pouch
- Burt's Bees Tinted Lip Balm in Pink Blossom
- Cover Girl Colorlicious Lip Gloss in Candylicious
- Amazon Kindle Paperwhite
- Warby Parker Finn Glasses
- Leuchtturm1917 Medium Notebook
- Doctor Who TARDIS watch
- Wedding and engagement ring
- Pen case / roll
- Samsung earbuds
- Vintage hanky
- Swiss+Tech Micro EX 9-in-1
- Passion Planner Classic
- Doctor Who TARDIS Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Case
- Leather money clip slim wallet
- Opinel #6 knife
- Vintage Parker 45 fountain pen with De Atramentis Charles Dickens ink
- Pilot Vanishing Point in Carbon Blue with Rhodium Trim with extra fine nib with Private Reserve Fast Dry in Midnight Blue ink
- Papermate G-Force .5mm pencil
Editor’s Note: Chris Szaroleta is one of our community’s most active members. He’s a corporate trainer by profession, but a gear enthusiast and lover of the outdoors at heart. After seeing his well-built hiking carry and his contributions to our forum topic on hiking, we asked Chris to school us on hiking safely and efficiently. Here's part 1 of his Carry Smarter primer on hiking and enjoying the outdoors.
You're undoubtedly aware that consistent physical activity will result in positive health benefits abound. Stress relief, mental acuity, calorie burning and stamina building are only a few examples...
Learn about one of the most desired "holy grail" materials in the EDC world, starting with an appreciation for classic titanium essentials in the first installment of this three-part primer in the Carry Smarter series.
It's been a long time coming, but SureFire has finally embraced the 18650 battery configuration with the recent release of the P1R Peacekeeper. Like all SureFires, the Peacekeeper is over-engineered for toughness and brutally concise in its function. Using a CREE XM-L2 LED, it's able to throw 600 lumens on high for 1.75 hours and 15 lumens on low for 46 hours. The P1R comes with its own 2600 mAh battery, charger, and car kit, and is compatible with many aftermarket clips and batteries.
Tom Medvedich is a New York-based commercial photographer who’s had some of the biggest names in basketball and hip-hop on the other side of his lens, such as LeBron James, Eminem, and 50 Cent, to name a few. Besides portraiture, he does still life photography for some of the finest luxury brands around. His unorthodox concepts impart character and complexity to his still life shots to produce stunning, well-executed, and compelling visuals. Join us in this interview as Tom walks us through his work, shows you how a pro takes an EDC photo, and speaks on his favorite gear in fantastic detail.
Since you shoot for so many different clients and you’re constantly changing it up between still life and portraiture, a day on the job must be really demanding...
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It's 2015, a fresh new year with fresh new opportunities. Undoubtedly one of the most common resolutions is to be healthier and to be more active, and what better way to do so than going outside and pounding the pavement, picking up a sport, or hitting the gym and pumping some iron? While you're busy pushing your body outside its comfort zone, your gear should be right there with you, lighting the way, and keeping you informed, hydrated and protected. The Everyday Carry team proudly presents Flex, our guide to the best gear that will let you hit the new year running.Maxpedition Growler Load-Out Duffel BagAny old gym bag can carry your gear, but not every old gym bag is outfitted with hardware this rugged...