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Mission Critical System 01 Baby Carrier

Preparing for and equipping yourself for the daily tasks and trials life throws your way is the very purpose of EDC. That said, some essentials need extra special care. It’s one thing to carry tools for handling quick fixes or chores, but packing and caring for your loved ones—especially the little ones—is a whole other undertaking entirely. After all, there’s no mission more critical than the safety and protection of your family, and that's where Mission Critical comes in. Mission Critical is here to help with their baby carrier and product line designed from the ground up for dads. With a collection of intuitively designed baby carriers, integrated bags, and pouches, they'll help you prepare for any parenting adventure.

Taking cues from robust, mil-spec bags, Mission Critical’s flagship System 01 Baby Carrier (S.01) comes with the fit, finish, and features of your favorite tactical backpack. From 1000D nylon construction to MOLLE-compatible webbing, this carrier means business. The carrier itself is designed to fit babies from approximately 8-35 pounds with your baby facing either inward or outward depending on their stage of development. Its simple design allows dad to put it on and secure baby in 4 simple steps. Features include a removable and washable liner for any surprises and a stowable sun shade for extended days out. The S.01 fits like a vest so the weight is mostly on the shoulders where it’s most comfortable for dad.

One of the S.01’s standout features is its MOLLE system on the front and back of the carrier, allowing full customization and expansion. The back panel seamlessly integrates with Mission Critical’s Daypack Zip, a 24L backpack that, when loaded, creates an evenly balanced load front to back. It carries all your parenting essentials along with an easily accessible magnetic changing pad, stowable padded shoulder straps, and an insulated pocket for bottles, in addition to internal organization.

Mission Critical also makes multiple backpacks, bags, and a messenger-style diaper bag all designed with the same fit, finish, and compatibility with the S.01. Unique features include the Diaper Bag with easy top access and a magnetic buckle, the large 27L backpack with an integrated sleeve for your laptop, and the Rolltop Backpack offering a more secure main compartment while still designed as a convenient travel partner. The entire product line is available in 3 colors: Coyote, Black, and Gray, allowing you to mix and match with your existing gear. And of course, all of Mission Critical’s products with MOLLE webbing are compatible with their expansion packs and pouches, as well as ones you may already own in your EDC.

Mission Critical’s S.01 Baby Carrier is built from the ground up to help you be the best (and most prepared) dad ever. Be sure to check out the entire system at the link below, and use promo code “EVERYDAYCARRY” good for a 10% discount until February 5th, available on all products excluding bundles and other coupons.

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Trending: Tangram Brevis Fixed Blade Knife

Keeping it simple is part of a good survival philosophy, and this little scalpel of a knife lets you take a bit of that philosophy with you always. For a blade so simple and small, custom knife designer Dirk Pinkerton still managed to integrate a lot of useful features into the Tangram Brevis Fixed Blade Knife, making this a worthy feature for today’s Survival Saturday.

The knife is made of Japanese Acuto 440 steel, designed for edge retention and corrosion resistance. It’s meant to be wrapped in paracord but can still be used bare, as aggressive jimping on the spine and an integrated finger choil make for a secure and comfortable grip. The 1.97-inch hollow-ground drop-point blade features enough edge and belly to do basic cutting tasks, whether you’re out in the wild or doing basic EDC chores. Despite being such a small and short blade, it still features a sharpener’s choil to help with blade maintenance.

The thin lightweight Kydex sheath provides good, positive retention, and its six rivets provide holes so you can use the Brevis as a neck knife, mount it on a clip, or attach it to other gear. It even has a drainage hole to help keep your knife dry should it—or you—take an unintentional plunge into water. This knife comes in a small package that’s big in features, and should be one of your considerations if you’re looking for a lightweight survival blade for daily carry.

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Trending: Kershaw Induction

Quick deployment and an innovative lock make the Kershaw Induction an interesting feature for today’s Flipper Friday. A flipper tab placed well forward of the pivot makes the combination black oxide-coated and satin-finished blade fly out for easy and rapid deployment. A finger choil cut into the 8Cr13MoV drop point blade and the contours built into the aluminum handle make make the knife comfortable to use. Textured glass-filled nylon (GFN) inlays in the handle help to improve grip for more vigorous cutting tasks. When you’re done working with the knife, you simply slide back the tabs of the Hawk Lock to release the blade. Unlike similar looking slide-actuated locks, this lock does not let the blade hang loose, thus preventing accidental closure and possible injury. It’s designed by the innovative team of father and son knifemakers Grant and Gavin Hawk, and the Kershaw Induction is a great and affordable way to experience and own a knife with their design. Finally, a stainless steel clip let’s it ride in your pocket in a left or right hand tip-up carry configuration. Great lines, fast flipping and an ingenious locking mechanism make the Induction a great candidate for your next EDC knife. Check it out at the link below.

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