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Dango M1 Rail Wallet

For the most part, using a modern wallet is a simple affair. You flip open the bifold or compartment to get to your essentials, or for a minimalist wallet, pull out the cards and cash as needed. But there are some things these wallets aren’t able to do well, like easily displaying identification or having an open RFID space for train cards or access cards. With an entire catalog dedicated to solving everyday wallet problems, Dango are set to do it yet again with their new M1 Maverick Rail wallet. It’s got the DNA and ease of use of a modern minimalist wallet while uniquely built to address new urban needs. With a design inspired by open identification badges and and the build quality you’ve come to expect from Dango, the M1 Maverick Rail is a new and even more efficient wallet for EDC.

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Black Diamond Distance 15 Backpack

Black Diamond Distance 15 Backpack

For the outdoor enthusiast, there’s a nice middle ground between hiking on a trail and full-on alpine climbing. The right pack helps you bridge those activities and lets you carry the right gear for each, with the added bonus of being lightweight and durable enough to meet the demands of either extreme. This is what the designers of the Black Diamond Distance 15 backpack set out to create—a hybrid backpack/vest with features that can adapt to different uses. And the best part: the durability and flexibility of this design also makes it a great candidate for a superlight EDC or commuting pack.

As per its name, the Distance 15 is a fully featured trail running backpack with a capacity of 15 liters designed to be light and comfortable enough to be carried over long distances. An adjustable elastic-corded side compression system keeps the pack lightweight and snug around your body, like a running vest or harness. It includes six pockets on the front: two made to carry a soft water flask, two smaller stretch pockets for nutrition storage, and two zippered pocket sleeves with sweatproof material, all integrated into the running vest-inspired shoulder straps. One of the zippered pockets includes a corded safety whistle, while the other is lined with waterproof material to protect gadgets and phones.

The pack is built from the company's own Distance fabric, made of UHMWP 10x ripstop yarns that make it 10 times stronger than steel per weight, while remaining light enough to float on water. Expect it to be durable as it was designed for climbing abrasion resistance. The water repellent main compartment is cinched up and closed via a drawstring and hook system. Inside, an interior stretch mesh divider holds water bladders which have their own hose routing through the pack. The same compartment can be used for other urban essentials, like a tablet or a small laptop. A zippered pocket for wallet and key storage is also available to secure more sensitive items.

On the back, a specially designed vapor barrier back panel keeps you from getting drenched with sweat while keeping the pack's contents dry, perfect for a trek or even a long daily commute. Stitchless and taped edges on the lightweight shoulder straps means nothing digs into your skin while carrying the pack, ensuring comfort even with a full load. Should the daily grind take you way off the beaten path, the Distance 15 offers specialized tool compartments to secure heavier gear as needed.

As an EDC bag the Distance 15 offers you lots of easily accessible storage, on-the-fly adjustability and a light and airy build. The hydration sleeve can carry up to a 13 inch laptop, and it has enough features and options for storage to keep your belongings dry and well organized. You get all this in a pack built to be flexible and tough enough for all your adventures. Get this lightweight, feature-filled, and rugged pack in your choice of two colors at the Amazon link below.

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Trending: MecArmy X7S

Trending: MecArmy X7S

For Survival Saturday's trending gear, we take a look at one of the most unique flashlights you can add to your EDC. The MecArmy X7S is a combination LED flashlight, lighter, and dry storage container. The light itself features a 130 lumen CREE XP-G2 LED that can throw light out to around 193 feet. Easy one-handed twist activation turns the light on and controls its output from an 8-lumen Low mode to its highest setting. The integrated 10180 li-ion battery lasts six hours on the Low setting and conveniently recharges via micro-USB. The X7S lighter resembles a trusty peanut lighter, designed for use with liquid fuel and measures in at a mere 2” long with the cap attached. The storage area is just big enough for pills or a spare battery. And because the body is made out of precision CNCed 304 stainless steel featuring IPX8 water resistance, you can feel confident that it can withstand the elements. The best part: each module of the X7S can be assembled with the rest, letting you customize depending on your day's needs. Add the MecArmy X7S to your EDC at the link below.

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Supercharge Your Knife Rotation with Monthly Knife Club

For EDC enthusiasts there’s no joy quite like New Knife Day. While searching for your next new knife can be fun, it’s not always easy. On top of the sheer amount of new knives that might slip by your radar, there’s a ton to consider, from features to price. Monthly Knife Club’s subscription box makes your New Knife Day that much more exciting by delivering a name brand EDC knife to your door every month for a low starting price of 25 dollars. Whether you’re a knife newbie or an avid enthusiast, Monthly Knife Club can be an exciting way to round out your collection.

When you join Monthly Knife Club, you’ll receive a brand name everyday carry knife delivered to your door every month. Some standout brands include SOG, CRKT, Real Steel, Spyderco, and Kizer, to name a few. The subscription box service starts at 25 dollars a month, but you can also upgrade to different box tiers depending on your tastes and cancel at any time. For example, you can opt to receive fixed blade knives, tactical gear, or higher-end designs in the upper tier boxes. For a better idea of the knives up for grabs, you can browse past boxes Monthly Knife Club has offered.

Monthly Knife Club makes starting or growing a knife collection easy. You’ll spend less time researching what knives to buy and less money on average than picking up a new knife individually every month. That gives you more time to put your knives to work and more cash to put towards upgrading the rest of your EDC. There’s no better time than now to join the club and add some fresh new knives to your rotation too. You can gear up for fall and save 10% on your first month’s recurring box or on a one-time purchase with promo code 19FALL_EDC_10 at checkout via the link below.

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Klarus H1A-PL

Klarus H1A-PL

Just because the days are getting shorter doesn’t mean your workouts and outdoor adventures need to be. While EDC flashlights are some of the most useful tools to have on hand, sometimes it’s even better to have them on your head. A lightweight, feature-packed headlamp like the Klarus H1A-PL for example can make all the difference for tasks and activities where you'll need your hands free. It boasts a high-performance LED that rivals most modern handheld lights, but it also offers extra functionality with two additional LEDs to handle a variety of lighting tasks.

To get the most out of a headlamp, comfort is key. The Klarus H1A-PL features a durable plastic build that weighs in at just 3.1 ounces, battery included. Paired with its non-slip elastic headband and 90 degrees of adjustability, it provides a comfortable wearing experience even during high output activity like running or climbing. The headlamp is IPX6 rated, keeping it waterproof and sweatproof.

The Klarus H1A-PL offers 8 different lighting modes across its 3 LED emitters to cover most of your bases. A high-powered CREE LED throws a spotlight beam up to 61 meters for long range lighting, a second white LED provides a wide, floody beam for up area lighting, and a third red LED preserves nigh vision while camping. The H1A-PL achieves a max output of 350 lumens and a max runtime of 22 hours. It accommodates AA batteries and even comes with its own USB-rechargeable, 800mAh 14500 Li-ion battery.

You can pick up the Klarus H1A-PL in a stealthy black color or a sporty ocean teal color at the link below.

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Trending: Streamlight ProTac 90

Trending: Streamlight ProTac 90

Flashlight Friday's trending gear gets in the tough spots so you don't have to. The ProTac 90 comes with Streamlight's signature tactical build quality and feature set in a design that offers versatile, hands-free illumination. The key is in the right-angled head: it houses a C4 LED capable of pushing 300 lumens off 1 CR123a battery, controlled by a rubber switch at the top of the light. Its included two-way pocket clip lets you mount the light to a bag strap or chest pocket to keep your hands free while working. If you'd rather have a more fixed lighting setup, you can tailstand the light thanks to its flat tailcap. Last but not least, its right-angled head also lets you mount it as a headlamp for more focused work. No matter how you choose to use it, the ProTac 90 is built to last in its IPX7-rated anodized aluminum body. Check it out at the link below.

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