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KeySmart Mossy Oak

Thanks to a disjointed mix of shapes and sizes, keychains are one of the most difficult pieces of gear to manage in one's EDC. But they don't have to be. Smart key organizers like those from KeySmart are able to tame the messy beast, keeping your keys compact and quiet without skipping a beat during everyday use. Even better, KeySmart has three ways to carry your essentials, each specially designed to tackle your keychain depending on your needs, and all them rocking a standout camo design thanks to a collaboration with Mossy Oak. It's never been easier to build the perfect EDC keychain.

For something simple, sleek, and lightweight, the base KeySmart model is for you. It comes with the core features that make every KeySmart useful, including a loop ring to add a car key fob, an expandable design to hold up to 10 of your existing keys, as well as an easy-to-assemble design that requires no tools to adjust or customize. And if that's not enough, the KeySmart is compatible with a whole slew of accessories to expand and extend your keychain's functionality.

As its name suggests, the KeySmart Rugged sports a more robust build, which means you don’t have to worry about daily wear and tear. The front and back plates are bumped up to a thicker 2.79mm each, so you get a more hefty feeling tool, and the removable pocket clip and improved bottle opener provide a welcome bit of extra functionality to your carry. In its base configuration the KeySmart Rugged can hold between 2-14 keys, with extension screws available that up the capacity to 100 keys. Try fitting that on a traditional keyring.

The KeySmart Pro definitely takes the “smart” part of its name to the next level. It uses the same familiar system with two locking bolts to hold up to 10 keys or combination of tools within its frame. This frame holds the key to the Pro's new features. It integrates Tile's smart location feature that pairs with its smartphone app to give you two-way positioning of both your KeySmart and phone. By pressing the Tile button on the KeySmart it makes your misplaced phone ring even on silent, and conversely the app lets you locate the KeySmart on a map, even having it play a tune to make it even easier to find. There's even space to fit in an LED flashlight and micro USB charging port for even more utility. Thanks to an included micro USB cable, it's easy to recharge the KeySmart Pro, topping it up for up to 45 days per charge.

Messy keychains are a thing of the past—upgrade to a KeySmart for the ultimate keychain upgrade. There's even a special deal for Everyday Carry readers by using the code EDC15 on checkout for 15% off your entire order, which you can place at the link below.

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Cold Steel AD-15

Cold Steel AD-15

Some tactical folding knives tend to be too ungainly for most people's EDC, an unavoidable consequence of having a large blade and handle as part of the design. With the new AD-15, Cold Steel has put ergonomics at the forefront with an innovative and easy-to-use ambidextrous lock and a sleek design that can tackle almost any task. Built around the Scorpion Lock, the AD-15 is the brainchild of Cold Steel's head of R&D, Andrew Demko. Together, they've brought technology from Demko's original custom knife to a more accessible and affordable EDC option.

The secret to the Scorpion Lock's ease of use is the compression spring built into the rear of the handle. This allows the top steel liner to move in behind the spine of the blade after it's opened manually with a thumb stud. The spring mechanism, the liner, and your grip on the knife itself help keep everything in place during even the roughest of use. And because all it takes is a simple upwards lift of the steel liner to disengage the lock, closing the blade is as easy as making a single wrist flick with either hand.

And when it comes to actually using the AD-15, you'll appreciate its premium sub-4” S35VN stainless steel blade for its hard sharpness and superior edge retention. The saber-ground edge, combined with the spear-point blade shape, makes the AD-15 great for all sorts of cutting, slicing, and piercing tasks.

The top jimping on the spine and the tactical false edge at the top of the blade help you manipulate the blade for fine control when you're doing more delicate work. A deep, ergonomic cut out in the grippy textured G10 nylon scale further enhances your control of the blade. When it's all said and done, you have plenty of ways to carry the AD-15 thanks to its left- or right-handed tip-up carry pocket clip.

The best part is that the AD-15 is no longer a custom exclusive knife, Cold Steel has finally made it available as part of their regular line of everyday carry knives. Take this opportunity to add this unique and capable tactical knife to your gear ensemble, and purchase it today at the link below.

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Herschel Coast Duffel

Herschel Coast Duffel

"Herschel Supply Co.’s expandable duffel bag provides ease of access while protecting your gear from the elements. It has a roll-top closure that’s fastened by clips, and its body is made of waterproof tarpaulin. Its straps and handles are made of..." (via TheAwesomer)

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Bespoke Post Curated Gear Boxes

Bespoke Post Curated Gear Boxes

When it comes to EDC, staying prepared is only half the battle. The other half is finding the right tool for the job in the first place. For most people, that means hours of research. Picking the perfect gear can be rewarding in itself, but not everyone has the time to do the heavy lifting. Not to mention that even the most dedicated gearheads can sometimes miss a cool new release from lesser known brands. What if you could just skip the research phase and get right to the part where you’re actually using the tools? That’s where Bespoke Post comes in with their carefully curated boxes. Each month you'll unique items delivered right to your door, saving you hours of research in the process.

Whatever you’re into, chances are each box will offer a unique and interesting piece of gear you might've not known about. Just ticking a few boxes at sign-up will ensure that you never get a piece of gear you’re not interested in. Plus, you’ll be able to see exactly what’s coming each month beforehand, so there’s never any surprises. Skipping a box, swapping it out for another one, or adding even more eye-catching pieces from their online store is hassle-free. That way, you’ll never be charged for anything that you don’t want.

Past boxes have included everything from slim wallets and pocket knives, to obscure spices and cocktail aging kits and everything in between. So whether you want to step up in the kitchen, dress a little sharper, or replace your aging wallet or knife, a Bespoke subscription might be the easiest way to try out new stuff. Best of all, you’ll be saving money with Bespoke versus if you tried to get each piece individually. Each box with over $70 worth of gear, but because of their partnerships with the original makers you’ll a subscription will only cost you $45.

If you want more quality gear with less research and for less money, consider checking out Bespoke Post for yourself by clicking the link below.

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