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Dango P01 Pioneer Pack Bundle

As your EDC grows to cover more and more bases, managing how you carry everything can get tricky. There's more to it than simply shoving everything in your pockets and calling it a day. Consolidation is key. That's what makes the Dango P01 Pioneer wallet so compelling: it's a minimalist leather wallet and journal cover, complete with an integrated notebook and pen. With the new Pioneer Pack Bundle, you can toss in a one-piece multi-tool, some emergency paracord, and a spy capsule to round it out as an all-in-one kit. And since it's currently on sale at a discount, now's the best time to consolidate your carry.

The centerpiece of the Pioneer Pack Bundle is the P01 wallet. It's made from durable veg-tan leather for a comfortable, luxe handfeel that breaks in over time to accommodate up to 20 cards. It features an RFID-blocking laminated section to keep your information safe, as well as a silicone band to keep everything together.

The P01 holds more than just cards and cash, though. It's a journal cover with a built-in 48-page notebook and space for Dango's own CNC-machined aluminum EDC pen so you can take notes out and about. The pen takes a pressurized ink refill, meaning it'll reliably write in most conditions, too.

The other bundled items bring tons of extra functionality to the table. For starters, the MT02 multi-tool crams 14 functions into a stainless steel body roughly the size of a credit card. It covers your day-to-day tasks with handy wrenches, drivers, bottle and can openers, and a serrated sharpened edge for cutting cordage and boxes. Next, the paracord lanyard is a convenient way to have access to emergency cordage in survival situations, as well as the wallet itself when retrieving it from your pocket. Lastly, the food-grade aluminum stash capsule keeps your small essentials safe thanks to its waterproof construction and also gives you more to grip onto when handling the wallet.

You can get this nearly complete EDC as a bundle to save $25, available from Dango at the link below.

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Buck 110 Folding Hunter Pro

If you were to picture a classic pocket knife like the one your grandpa used to carry, chances are it'd look a lot like a Buck knife. The Buck 110 hunting knife is as traditional as they come, but that also means it isn't exactly on the cutting edge when it comes to features. That all changes with the new and improved 110 Hunter Pro. It's a fresh take on a classic with new materials and construction, resulting in a modern gent's knife that doesn't compromise what made the original so great.

The familiar design of the original 110 returns with the Pro. But instead of wood grain on the handle, the Pro features jet-black G10 scaling. G10 helps you get a solid grip on the knife, even in wet conditions. It's also more durable and than traditional wood panels. And while G10 is often aggressively textured on modern EDC knives, the scales on the 110 Pro are smooth enough to keep in line with its gent's knife styling and to slip in and out of your pocket without snagging.

The centerpiece of this knife is the upgraded 3.75" clip-point blade. Instead of softer 420HC, the Pro sports premium S30V stainless steel. At 59.5-61 RC, S30V is harder than 420HC at 58 RC. This means the Pro can get sharper compared to the regular 110. The blade on the Pro is also more apt to keep that sharp edge longer through daily use. The addition of S30V is a big upgrade that thrusts the 110 into the modern era. It's still a gent's knife, though. Opening the blade on the 110 Pro remains a two-handed affair via nail nicks on either side of the blade.

Despite the upgrades, the new 110 Pro wouldn't look out of place in your grandfather's vintage EDC. It's built with better materials. Think of it as a heirloom knife you'd be comfortable actually using as a daily driver. Grab one for your EDC at the link below.

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Dango Utility Hook System

Even if your EDC bag is as tough as nails, a little extra protection from getting toppled and knocked around on the ground doesn't hurt — especially when you're hauling an expensive laptop or camera. And just like how suspension hooks for your keys keep them within reach and within sight, Dango's Utility Hook system does the same for larger essentials like your bag, headphones, or jacket. It's a machined aluminum hook that counterbalances your gear off the side of a table, counter, or other flat surface for a hands-free way to keep your gear in place while you're between destinations. For something so seemingly simple in its function, it's executed with thoughtful details that set the Dango Loop Hook apart from any ordinary hardware.

The Hook's top hook has a non-slip grip strip that keeps your bag firmly anchored to a surface. Instead of bent metal, the Hook is fully CNC machined from lightweight aircraft grade aluminum for added strength and rigidity. There’s a hole in one end so you can mount it on a keychain. You can opt to keep the Hook on your bag via the machined strap slot too, making it even easier to keep handy. 

The Hook also slides into a wall-mounted dock to keep your home or office clutter-free. The piece that holds the dock in place even doubles as a bottle opener, making it a multi-functional part of your EDC. When the hook is mounted in the dock, it can function as a standard wall hook for your jacket, bag, and more.

While good EDC gear should be able to take a lick or two, the Dango Hook helps prolong the life of your gear by removing the unnecessary wear and tear of plopping your bag on the ground. They make all of their goods in the USA from premium, EDC-ready materials. You can pick up the Loop Hook and Wall Mount in a variety of finishes and materials at the link below.

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Peak Design Everyday Slings

When it comes to carrying our daily essentials, less is usually more. But most of the time, we need a bit more space than our pockets can accommodate. Sure, you can always carry a bag, but when you're trying to be more mobile or keep your gear minimal, that isn't always the best solution. That's where sling bags come in handy, thanks to their purpose-driven design to both stay out of your way and keep your gear quick at hand. And with two sizes to fit your needs, Peak Design's Everyday Slings are just the ticket for a more streamlined—but still fully-capable—EDC.

The most efficient gear is usually the most effective, and with the 5L Everyday Sling, Peak made sure to make the most out of the bag's space. The 5L features two main outer pockets, one interior zipped pocket, and a padded sleeve for a small tablet. The roomier main compartment and quick-access front pocket are both secured with waterproofed, sealing zippers, while the inner pocket comes with color-coordinated slots to keep essentials like batteries and memory cards organized.

The main compartment's key feature is a unique Peak design: the FlexFold dividers. With hook and loop fields on both the front and rear of the main compartment, these dividers can be adjusted for the perfect fit for your gear whether you're carrying a simple travel setup all the way to a complete set of accessories for a camera or drone. And speaking of adjustment, the sling comes with a 3-point adjustment system with a quick-adjustment point along the main strap that lets it adapt to any body type comfortably and securely.

If you have more gear or setups than the 5L can make room for, then the Peak Design's flagship 10L sling should have the room you need, short of moving up to a full-sized messenger bag. In addition to the roomier main compartment (which you can also subdivide with the FlexFold system), the bag itself can be expanded or compressed as needed with a couple of adjustable front straps. The inner sleeve also gets more room and can comfortably fit a larger tablet or a 13” laptop. As with the 5L, the 10L also has an adjustable 3-point strap system to fit your body type and use throughout the day.

Both bags feature waterproofed synthetic canvas exteriors, securable zipper pulls, and heavy-duty straps and buckles to last the heaviest use cases as well as contents. And if black doesn't fit the rest of your carry you have an option to pick up original Ash colorway on the 5L, and an additional Charcoal on the 10L as well. Grab the 5L Everyday Sling from Amazon at the link below, and check out the 10L at the link here.

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CRKT Goken

When it comes to gear, good design results from experience and hard use in the real world. Sometimes it comes from learning from the past. In any of the popular tactical knives from former military and martial artist James Williams, you can see elements of both. His new folding knife, the CRKT Goken, brings decades of experience in the field and CRKT's latest innovation to a traditional Japanese design.

One look at the Goken's Japanese-style modified tanto blade should be enough to tell you this isn't like most tactical knives. The blade shape and 3.7” length lend to precise slicing and penetration in a manageable EDC-friendly size. And because it's a tactical folder, it deploys quickly via a flipper tab, and locks up securely with a liner lock. The black G10 scales offer a solid grip even in wet and messy conditions while also keeping the weight of the knife down to just 4.2 ounces. A two-way, deep-carry pocket clip lets you carry discreetly in your preferred pocket configuration for easy EDC.

While the Goken brings many of the same qualities that made other James Williams designs popular, its standout feature this time around is CRKT's new Field Strip technology. It's important to keep your tools maintained well, especially if it's something you'll rely on in an emergency. The Goken disassembles for easy cleaning in the field with no other tools necessary. You can complete your tactical EDC with this unique knife at the link below.

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Klarus TP20 Penlight

When you think of a penlight, you probably picture a flashlight that's long and slim like its namesake: the humble pocket pen. The convenient form factor makes it both easy to carry and use for up-close inspection work. With their new TP20, Klarus made the penlight even better by taking the name literally. They've combined a rugged titanium tactical pen with a powerful LED flashlight in a lightweight, streamlined design. Now you can write and light with just a single tool in your EDC.

The Klarus TP20's precision CNC-machined titanium body makes it far more discreet than other tactical pens with sharp edges and aggressive styling. While it may not look the part, it's still a useful tactical pen thanks to the tungsten strike bezel that helps with aggressive poking and prodding. It also pulls escape tool duty, doubling as an emergency glass breaker.

And during normal use, you'll find that the TP20 is worthy on its own as a writing implement. A grip section channeled into the side of the body makes the pen easy to hold when jotting things down. The pen accommodates both Schmidt P950M and Fisher space pen pressurized ink cartridges, so it's ready to write anywhere, anytime as well. At 5.9” long it's not too big for your pockets and only weighs an impressive 1.62 ounces when you consider it comes with a light on the back end.

But it's the built-in penlight that sets the TP20 apart. The top of the pen contains a light module featuring a CREE XP-G3 LED that has a max output of 130 lumens.  It'll throw that light out to about 98 feet, with a runtime of a half hour thanks to its micro-USB rechargeable 10180 battery. A simple twist of the crown of the light lets you switch the light on and off, and choose between high and low modes. That low mode brings the light down to a much more economical 8 lumens, extending its useful life to a full five hours.

The TP20's pen and light combination is already novel, but it's also important to note that you can take them apart as well.  By simply unscrewing the light from the pen assembly, you can use both independently from each other when the situation demands it.

The Klarus TP20 marries everything good about having a penlight and a tactical pen into one convenient and useful package. Free up your pockets, consolidate your carry, and pick one of these up for yourself today at the link below.

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Aer Camo Collection

Putting your best foot forward both at the office and at the gym means keeping all your essentials in check, especially if you're an active EDCer making the most of your day. This means your go-to EDC bag needs to work as hard as you do when carrying your gear. With plenty of successful crowdfunding campaigns and collections spanning the entire working, active, and travel lifestyle, Aer have shown that they've got your back  when it comes to keeping you organized. Their new Camo Collection puts a new spin on their flagship bags, giving them a fresh and functional aesthetic to fit right in your active EDC.

For those new to Aer's gym/work bags, you have a choice of two sizes to fit all your gear. The more compact Fit Pack 2 gives you 18.8L of capacity that features a front-loading main compartment and ventilated shoe slot for ample storage for all your workout gear. Its rear compartment comes with a padded laptop slot and pockets for your essentials, and a top handle and comfortable mesh straps and back panel let you carry even the heaviest loadouts comfortably. The larger Duffel Pack 2 comes with a bigger volume at 24.6L and larger dedicated pockets for more essentials like a water bottle. Both bags are also kitted out with sealing YKK zippers and Duraflex plastic zipper pulls for ease of operation.

As the name implies, new to the Camo Collection is the use of camouflage 1000D Cordura nylon for both bags' exterior construction, resulting in a lighter weight and more supple feel in hand compared to the usual 1680D nylon. You may be familiar with it due to its popularity for plenty of mil-spec tactical bags thanks to its strength-to-weight ratio and durability. The Camo Collection comes in a MultiCam black pattern that fits the stealthy, tactical aesthetic, so you can add a standout pack to your EDC without sacrificing performance.

Whether for work, play, or completing the look on your mil-spec EDC, Aer's Camo Collection is ready to take on your tireless days. Pick up the Fit Pack 2 or Duffel Pack 2 direct from Aer at the link below.

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Benchmade 407 Vallation

As badass as a tactical knife might be for EDC, in the end it should provide day-to-day utility for those common tasks you'll encounter most of the time. Leave it to Benchmade with their decades of experience manufacturing both tactical and everyday knives to strike the right balance with their new 407 Vallation. It's an assisted EDC knife with subtle tactical styling and emergency features that give you the best of both worlds.

At first glance, the 407 Vallation looks like a high performance EDC blade packed with signature Benchmade technology. For starters, it features dual thumbstuds on the blade and Benchmade's AXIS lock mechanism for complete ambidextrous operation. The 3.7” drop point blade offers plenty of cutting edge to work with, combined with partial serration towards the heel of the blade for added versatility. As with most of their premium knives, Benchmade didn't skimp on the blade steel here, opting for a blackwashed CPM-S30V.

It's the smaller design details beyond the partial serrations and blacked-out colorway that give the knife its subtle, tactical edge. The most important feature is its assisted open, ensuring lightning-fast deployment just short of an auto for both everyday convenience and tactical applications alike. For all that speed, the Vallation offers excellent control through its ergonomics. The 6061-T6 aluminum handle features subtle palm swells for extra purchase, while “mohawk”-style texturing on the spine of the knife gives a precision grip that's less aggressive than traditional jimping. The secure grip on the 407's handle lends well to striking with the built-in carbide glass breaker in case of emergency, too. Last but not least, a reversible, tip-up pocket clip gives you ambidextrous carry options.

For a quick-deploying EDC blade with a few handy tactical features, check out this brand new knife from Benchmade available at the link below.

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Nomatic Backpack and Travel Pack

Whether you’re commuting to the office or leaving town for the weekend, everyone has different requirements for what makes a good bag. Some need higher durability, some prefer more organization, and still others just want a place for dirty clothes. The team at Nomatic took the challenge of making the perfect bag to heart, and came up with two that will get the job done for most people. Enter the Nomatic Backpack and Travel Pack. They have plenty in common, but depending on what you’re looking for, each has a few unique features that set it apart.

Both bags have a similar design and build at first glance, but that’s not the only thing they have in common. The Backpack and the Travel Pack use waterproof fabrics and hardware right down to the zippers. These bags also make sure their features don't get in the way when you're not using them. For example, the water bottle pockets on both packs magnetically collapse inward for a slimmer profile. You can also tuck the straps away when you’d prefer to carry the bag briefcase style thanks to well-placed side handles.

Other shared features include RFID protected pockets for stashing passports, a hidden pocket for valuables, a top access pocket, a roller bag sleeve to attach to luggage, a retractable key leash, and a expandable main compartment to name a few. But this is where things begin to differ. If you opt for the 20L Backpack you can unzip an expansion compartment that will give you an extra 4L of carrying capacity. The Travel Pack is also 20L by default but the expansion adds an extra 10L instead of 4L, making it the obvious choice for travel.

If your last trip to the office or family vacation left you feeling like your bag wasn’t cutting it, the Nomatic Backpack and Travel Pack are both worth checking out at the link below.

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BigiDesign TPT Slide

With pocket space at a premium, it’s important to get the most out of your multi-tool. Ideally, you want something that’s functional enough to be worth carrying, while still being easy to pocket and use. The TPT Slide, the next generation of BigiDesign's popular TPT multi-tool, is just that. It rides the line between minimalist and full-on multi-tool, with plenty of useful features that are sure to come in handy on a daily basis. This new and improved titanium pocket tool isn't just easier to use and carry, but it's even stronger and more durable, too.

First and foremost, the TPT Slide now features a sliding extension mechanism for the box opener/camp fork insert. The previous version featured a friction fit mechanism that took two hands to open. The Slide has a two position locking thumb stud that’s easy to operate with one hand, whether you’re a lefty or a righty. You’ll also find a sleek, removable pocket clip that makes the tool even easier to carry. BigiDesign also strengthened the jimping on the universal wrench set for a more secure grip. Lastly, the TPT Slide is machined from thicker grade 5 titanium plates for increased overall durability and rigidity. The TPT Slide also has the all of the other useful EDC features from the previous iteration including a flat head screwdriver, 1/4” hex bit driver, simple measurement cues, lanyard/keychain hole, and a scraper edge.

BigiDesign are no newcomers to the Kickstarter scene, with over 20 successful products launched on the platform. This project is already over 1000% funded, with pledges starting at $59 for a September 2018 deliver date. Check out the full list of features and snag one for yourself in your choice of Stonewashed or DLC Black titanium at the link below.

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Gatorz Tactical Eyewear

When it comes to everyday carry, having a good pair of sunglasses on you can go a long way. Your eyes are an important asset, and what you use to protect them deserves special attention. A pair of cheap, flimsy shades won't cut it alongside the rest of your carry. For a high quality pair of sunglasses that's worthy of your EDC, look no further than Gatorz. They feature a fine mix of streamlined, tactical style and protection that's trusted by active duty military, special operators, and law enforcement alike, making them a compelling EDC option.

The strength of the Gatorz tactical sunglasses collection begins with their premium design and construction. Each pair features a military-grade 7075 aluminum composition that make them lightweight and durable as well. They're also easy to adjust, letting you dial in a perfect, comfortable fit. Not only do their TruRay optics protect your eyes from the harsh sun and its UV rays, but they do it without compromising your color perception. With high impact- and scratch resistance, they can stand up to damage when you're not wearing them, too. Because Gatorz frames come in a wide array of styles and colorways, you can be sure to find a style to match the rest of your tactical gear.

With a pair of Gatorz sunglasses in hand, you can enjoy made-in-the-USA quality and performance guaranteed by Gatorz with a lifetime warranty. And with every pair sold, they donate a portion of the proceeds to the Navy SEAL Foundation. Plus, for a limited time only, you can use coupon code EDC20 at checkout to receive 20% off your purchase.

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MSTRMND LINX Titanium Carabiner

Of all the things you check your pockets for before leaving the house, your keys are usually the most cumbersome to EDC. Everyone has their own unique method of dealing with keys, ranging from modular keyrings to fancy metal organizers. But one tried-and-true method is to simply toss them on a quality carabiner. That’s exactly the minimalist approach that the MSTRMND takes with their new LINX Titanium Carabiner, then ups the ante with a few thoughtful improvements.

The last thing you want is to reach for your keys only to find that they’re missing because your carabiner jammed or came loose. The MSTRMND LINX Carabiner and its accompanying links are all made of Grade 5 Titanium, meaning a flimsy build is one less thing you need to worry about. There are plenty of sturdy carabiners out there, but what makes this system special isn’t the tough build. It’s the unique way of attaching or retrieving your keys when you need them.

Thanks to a clever design that allows pieces of solid metal to pass through each other when aligned correctly, the Carabiner and LINX link together keeping your keys securely in place. That precision and attention to detail result in an interlocking system that won’t come apart accidentally. Plus, because the locking mechanism is part of the frame there’s no moving parts to break over time.

Depending on how many keys you carry you can opt for a medium or mini titanium LINX to go along with the standard Carabiner. If you have multiple sets of keys (house keys and work keys for example), you can always get both links and swap between them as you need them. The campaign has already been fully funded so if you’re looking for a secure and durable upgrade to your current setup, make sure to click the link below and get a closer look for yourself.

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Kershaw Method

The search for the ideal pocket knife can be a long road. It’s hard to find something that balances looks, durability, and functionality. The Method by Kershaw checks all those boxes, resulting in a rugged knife that functions as great as it looks. The design is a collaboration between Kershaw and famed Danish knife maker Jens Ansø. You can see some of his signature design cues like a beefy backspacer and streamlined blade design. That’s not all that makes this knife special, though. The features packed in this EDC knife punch well above their weight.

The handles are crafted from machined G10 for extra grip and a unique textured look with patterning inspired by architectural trusses. In hand, the Method feels secure to grip and substantial without feeling heavy at just 2.1 oz. The 8Cr13MoV steel blade features a blackwashed finish that gives the knife a low-profile look. The 3-inch, manual flipper blade deploys with an action so smooth you could confuse it for an assisted knife thanks to Kershaw's KVT ball-bearing system. Once open, the knife stays in place with a sturdy liner lock system that's actually inset to achieve a slimmer handle. There’s also a backspacer for a lanyard attachment, and a sturdy pocket clip on the right side.

The Kershaw Method can be yours for a just under forty bucks. It’s a reasonable asking price for a handsome knife that’s packed full of features. Hit the link below to add one to your collection.

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Keyport Anywhere Tools

There’s no denying that a multi-tool can be a solid addition to your EDC. However, it can be pretty hard to track one down that covers your bases without a bunch of extra tools you would never use. In the same way you'd get your keychain setup just right, you can configure the perfect multi-tool with the Keyport Anywhere Tools system. It's their newest line of modular EDC tools that can snap on and off in a flash, letting you get the most out of your keychain or precious pocket space.

The Anywhere Tools system works as a set of tools (or “outer modules”) that slide and snap onto a “mid module.” For the mid module, you can choose from either a fold-out multi-tool or a clip-point slipjoint knife. Using one of these as the base, you can then attach a variety of useful EDC tools: a 27 lumen flashlight, a charging cable, an updated version of their MOCA one-piece tool, and paracord zipper pull, to name a few.

These outer modules are also compatible with their popular Keyport Slide 3.0 and Pivot key managers so you can add some additional utility out of your key setup. The beauty of this system is that Keyport can continue to design and release modules for the system that further increase customizability and functionality down the line.

The Anywhere Tools system starts at a reasonable $20 for the starter kit and goes up to $66 for the all-inclusive kit with all of the modules available. The project is already fully funded on Kickstarter with plenty of time left to join in. Learn more about this unique modular multitool via the link below.

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The North Face Kaban Laptop Backpack

Sometimes getting through your morning commute can feel like a mountain to climb. If there's one thing to make it easier, it's a great backpack to keep your essentials ready and organized. With tons of outdoor gear expertise, it's no surprise The North Face knows how to make a bag for all your urban adventures, too. The Kaban backpack has the right features, materials, and organization for urban EDC whether you're biking to work, hustling between classes, or just exploring the city.

One of the most important qualities of an EDC bag is ease of access when you're on the go. The 26L Kaban makes getting to your gear quick with a U-shaped, top-loading design. The front compartment opens to reveal a contrasting interior with mesh stash pockets near the top of the bag, perfect for cables and chargers. On the back of the outermost panel is a zippered mesh pocket for added storage. A typical admin panel stores pens, your phone, and other small items. A soft fleece lining makes this the perfect place to store your tablet or other delicate tech, too.

While the front compartment is a top loader, the 3/4 zip allows you to unzip it enough to access it from the side, making gear at the bottom of the compartment easier to reach. Another small pocket accessible from the other side is perfect for your frequently used gear, as you can draw the bag under your arm and reach in from the top without having to take the bag off.

You're free to load the spacious main compartment as you see fit, as it doesn't have any internal pockets in the way. It's perfect for books, a change of clothes, packing cubes, and so on. And if you don't need to load the main compartment, keeping it empty leaves the bag nice and slim for a low profile carry. Behind the main section is a dedicated laptop compartment that accommodates up to 15” laptops, complete with a pull tab to make retrieving your computer easier.

Thoughtful details round out the bag, like its side water bottle pockets, water resistant exterior fabric, and ventilated back panel designed for comfort, sweat wicking and optimal airflow. Lastly, an adjustable sternum strap and adjustable shoulder straps let you dial in the fit for a secure, high-riding pack that carries comfortably when cycling or under load. You can pick one up in your choice of muted, street-ready colors or opt for outdoor-inspired high-vis options at the link below.

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Ontario Carter 2quared

A big job calls for a big knife. And with so many EDC knives on the smaller side, sometimes they just don't cut it. When you're looking for a bigger knife, there's more to consider than just the length of the blade. A comfortable and easy to control handle and solid construction all around are key factors, just to name a few. The new Carter 2quared from Ontario Knife Company delivers that and more. It's a robust folding EDC knife designed to help you tackle the big tasks with ease.

With one look at this knife, you can tell that it's made for hard use. This collaboration design from Robert Carter looks beefy, even overbuilt. With its titanium handle and secure frame lock, it's ready for what you can throw at it. At 4.83" long, the handle will fit your whole hand, and its ergonomic design gives you superior control. The handle also features a large finger choil in the grip, which helps guard you from cutting yourself on your own knife during hard use. 

With that, you can leverage its 3.5" hollow ground D2 sheepsfoot blade for general utility tasks and its defined tip for poking and piercing. Unlike most sheepsfoot blades, the one on the Carter 2quared has a bit of a curved belly which helps with slicing tasks. Its top swedge also helps you maneuver it through tough material with ease. With its low-index flipper tab at the spine, deployment of that blade is as easy as a flick of your finger. And when your job is done, its low profile clip lets you store it tip-up in your pockets.

With the OKC Carter 2quared in hand, you can have the confidence to take on your larger daily tasks with ease. Pick it up at the link below, and get to work.

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