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Hitch & Timber Duz-All

With the holidays behind us, it's time to look forward to the new year. Which undoubtedly means reevaluating and updating your EDC to handle whatever comes your way. And while it's common to have a pocket or pouch for all your essentials, sometimes consolidating your gear is the most efficient path. It keeps your gear handy and in one place, ready for duty as your tasks demand. Few companies can do this as well as Hitch & Timber can. Their newest release for 2018, the Duz-All, sports a thoughtful design with more storage than ever for every component of your daily kit.

You may be familiar with Hitch & Timber's other high-quality, made-in-the-USA custom storage units designed to be perfect fits for your EDC. The Duz-All aims to do as its name suggests: carry all your gear in the most efficient way possible. Within its compartments is space for your knife, light, pen, notebook, and some cards and cash for an all-in-one package you can grab and go for everyday carry.

Its front features two organizer slots to fit popular gear like the Victorinox Alox knives or Benchmade Proper as well as compact lights like the Prometheus Beta-QR and Streamlight Microstream. Its middle slot comfortably fits Moleskine's compact Volant XS notebooks, while its side elastic pen loop carries your favorite compact pens like the Fisher Space Pen. Finally, a rear slot can store 3-5 cards and folded cash so you consolidate your wallet essentials as well.

Whether carried in your pockets, thrown in your bag, or hanging from a lanyard, the Hitch & Timber Duz-All really does it all for carrying your EDC. Pick one up in your choice of 8 colors at the Amazon link below.

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When you load up your pockets day in and day out with the same key essentials, it's easy for things to get a little messy. Even the some of the most popular EDC items like Swiss knives and space pens don't always come with pocket clips to keep things neat. The last thing you want is your pockets resembling the infamous junk drawer you've got lurking somewhere in your house: everything scattered about, bouncing around, and hard to find. More and more EDCers use pocket organizers to keep their essentials protected and organized in one fell swoop. Hitch & Timber make several gear caddies, wallets, and other leather goods like these, all designed to make your EDC much more manageable.

Take the Pocket Runt and Pocket Runt 2.0 for example. They keep a pocket pen and up to two small knives, Swiss army-style multi-tools, or flashlights bundled together. And it gets the job done with a simple, no-frills design: It's a fold of leather sewn up into a pocket with a mil-spec elastic band on the side. Consolidating your essentials into a single sleeve like this makes your pockets feel less cluttered while adding an extra layer of protection to both the pen and knife.

The larger 2.0 version holds everything for the knife-light-write combo that most people don't leave the house without. An integrated brass grommet even lets you attach a lanyard pull cord for easy retrieval right when you need your tools.

And chances are if you're carrying smaller gear or traditional knives that pair well with a caddy, you'd appreciate the same convenience for your wallet and notebook, too. Unlike the other wallet and pen/notebook holders out there, the Trucker’s Hitch is actually pocket friendly. That's because it's designed to accommodate a more manageable 2.5” x 4.25” notebook instead of the more common 3.5” x 5” varieties.

Inside, there’s a loop made from mil spec nylon to hold a small pocket pen (like the Fisher Bullet Pen or Kaweco Liliput) and a few pockets to carry all your cards and cash. The other half of the Trucker's Hitch houses a small notebook that's perfect for quick notes and lists on the go. Overall, it's an ideal grab-and-go solution for those who like to keep a pen and notebook nearby.

These leather goods are all crafted in the USA from materials sourced in the USA too, like Horween leather and mil-spec elastic webbing. You can check out the rest of Hitch & Timber's line of EDC gear at the link below.

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