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Bluffworks Field Jacket

At a higher level, EDC isn’t just about what you carry, but how you carry it all too. Your clothing's pockets can make all the difference in how much you can carry and how easily you can access your gear. As an EDCer, one staple you shouldn't overlook in your wardrobe is a proper field jacket. With its military roots and timeless, utilitarian design, it can be that one perfect layer for gearing up. The Bluffworks Field Jacket takes this classic silhouette and improves upon it with modern technology and EDC-focused features. With 10 total pockets, durable technical construction, and breathable waterproof fabric, it's built to go everywhere you do, gear in tow.

Like a great EDC bag, the Bluffworks Field Jacket starts with high performance materials and fabric. Constructed from 100% nylon, its DWR-treated ripstop shell offers durability, wind- and water resistance. A 3-layer breathable waterproof membrane combined with taped seams seals water out while a hood hidden in the collar provides full coverage in rain. And unlike cotton-based fabrics, the 100% nylon content used helps resist wrinkles, making it ideal for packing down into your EDC bag or luggage when traveling.

Other thoughtful details like adjustable cuffs, a dropped hem for coverage, faux suede hood adjusters and drawstrings, and much more add up to round out the Field Jacket. For a modern take on a classic outerwear staple, check out the Bluffworks Field Jacket in Black or Olive Green at the link below. Everyday Carry readers can save $75 off the Field Jacket with code EDC75, valid until 11/14.  

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Angry Lane Black Rider Daypack

Angry Lane Black Rider Daypack

"Motorcycle lifestyle brand Angry Lane created this versatile backpack to keep gear organized and safe from theft. The 15-liter pack features an embedded Pacsafe cable lock, an RFID-safe blocking pocket, MOLLE-compatible webbing, a foldable rain cover, and comes with a detachable zipper pouch for your passport, cards, and..." (via The Awesomer)

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SureFire Fury Intellibeam Dual Fuel

SureFire Fury Intellibeam Dual Fuel

While many modern EDC lights offer impressive output, not all of them shine when it comes to simplicity and ease of use. On the other hand, some high-output flashlights offer too little control, leaving you with way more light than you need for some tasks. Unlike other lights, the SureFire IntelliBeam Fury is built differently, with its proprietary namesake technology that's able to assess the situation and automatically provide the right amount of light with no fuss.

The SureFire Fury IntelliBeam packs an impressive 1,500-lumen max output when combined with an 18650 battery. That battery is USB rechargeable, but if you prefer CR123A cells, you can opt to use those instead.

Its namesake IntelliBeam technology sets this light apart, able to sense your surroundings and automatically adjust its output from its max down to a low 15-lumen brightness. It can do all this without needing confusing button press sequences or fiddling with knobs and dials, letting you simply use the light and get to the task at hand. And for the times when you definitely need maximum output, you can override the automatic setting by hitting the rear switch twice.

The hallmark bombproof construction of this SureFire light also makes it special, as it sports a virtually indestructible LED module and a lightweight 6.3 oz aerospace grade aluminum body that can take some serious abuse.

With the SureFire IntelliBeam Fury in hand, you'll have a powerful light that just works with little to no fuss, wherever you go. Check the link below to find out more about this powerful everyday carry light and buy one for yourself today.

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Kershaw Launch 9

When it comes to lightning-quick blade deployment in an EDC knife, nothing beats the speed and convenience of a good automatic opening. The concept is simple: one press of a button and out swings a blade, locked and ready for action. But automatic knives over a certain length aren’t legal to carry everywhere, and your options for a good automatic EDC on the smaller side are limited. That’s why Kershaw has taken one of their most popular automatic knife designs, the Launch 2, and brought the size down as an accessible option for EDCers in more locales. With the new Kershaw Launch 9 in hand, you won’t have to compromise deployment speed when it’s time to put your everyday carry to work.

Kershaw’s Launch 9 is a compact automatic EDC knife that’s a joy to use. Its 1.8" CPM-154 stainless steel blade springs into place with the push button mechanism. The blade itself is shaped into a sleek drop point shape with a pronounced belly for slicing and a spear-like tip for piercing work as well. The faster automatic opening and less-bulky blade length, combined with an ergonomic handle that’s made of 6061-T6 aerospace-grade aluminum, makes for a truly lightweight package. The Launch 9 weighs a mere 1.6 ounces, giving the knife a serious barely-there level of minimal weight. With its reversible tip-up deep-carry pocket clip, you can carry it discreetly.

The Launch 9 also features an attractive stonewash finish that’s durable enough for even heavy duty jobs. Thanks to the Launch 9’s sub-2“ blade length, it’s a viable EDC option in some areas, like California. Be sure to check your local knife laws to make sure a sub-2” automatic blade is legal to carry in your area.

If you’ve been looking to pick up an automatic knife for everyday carry, consider Kershaw’s new, made-in-the-USA Launch 9. It offers unmatched speed and premium performance in a package sized just right for legal carry in more places than other automatics. For more information about this outstanding knife, check out the link below.

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Trending: Swiss+Tech Micro-Tech 6-in-1

Trending: Swiss+Tech Micro-Tech 6-in-1

We kick off Multi-tool Monday with a unique folding tool from Swiss+Tech. The Micro-Tech has 6 functions folded into its form factor, including a compact pair of pliers, a pair of drivers, wire tools, and even 1/8" rule markings all in a 1.875” x 1” steel package that weights only 1.6 ounces. Simply turn down the Micro-Tech's "legs," and you're ready to work. When closed, the pliers pull double duty as an attachment point for your keychain, so the tool is always at hand and ready to spring into action. Check it out and pick one up at the link below.

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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.

While the M1 Rail takes design cues from Dango’s other wallets, the new patent pending quick release rail mechanism is a new system that gives this model its name. On the “open” side of the M1, a pair of flexible prongs act as the securing structure to hold 4 of your most-used cards, while allowing you to easily slide and pop them out as needed. This side of the wallet allows RFID transmission, which makes it easy to use your regular workplace and commuter cards. The other side of the M1 has space for 5 cards along with an aluminum backplate that encapsulates the section and gives it RFID protection. A silicone band gives the sides grip and gives the rear section extra lockdown as well as a space to slot in more cards and folded cash.

Like many of Dango’s newer wallets, the M1 Rail is compatible with the stainless steel MT04 multi-tool, which gives you 10 different EDC-essential functions including sharpened edges for cutting, a bottle opener, hex wrenches, and a pry tool. When you have to fly, take the MT04 out and the M1 Rail becomes TSA-compliant. The M1 Rail itself as well as its backplate are CNC-machined from 6061 anodized aluminum giving it a light weight in spite of its beefy profile. As an extra EDC option, the wallet’s corners offer attachment points for a lanyard or Dango’s own tether products.

The Dango M1 Rail wallet is every bit the modern high-performance wallet, offering convenience, security, and made in the USA build quality that sets it apart from other minimalist options. Check it out in your choice of two colors at Dango’s site at the link below.

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Trending: Spyderco Yojimbo 2

Trending: Spyderco Yojimbo 2

Slide into Slicer Saturday with a distinctive folder that blends the utility of a wharncliffe with an aggressive tactical design: Spyderco’s Yojimbo 2. Designed by renowned personal defense trainer Michael Janich, the Yojimbo has a modified wharncliffe blade that has one of the most unique shapes in Spyderco’s catalog. Deployed with the signature Round Hole, the 3.175” length provides ample cutting surface for a multitude of tasks, a sharp point for piercing tasks, and all while still keeping a pocket-friendly size. Hollow ground S30V steel keeps the edge razor sharp for a good long while, while textured G10 scales and a four-position pocket clip guarantee swift deployment with a secure grip from any carry position. Grab one now from the link below.

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