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Maison Impeccable Covert Travel Kit

Bernard Capulong
Maison Impeccable Covert Travel Kit

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Chances are, your travel EDC looks a lot different from your day to day kit. So for those times when you’re heading off especially far from home, it’s important to have everything you’ll need at hand. Maison Impeccable’s Covert Travel Kit aims to make packing that perfect setup easier with its EDC-focused versatility and thoughtful organization.

A pouch organizer’s main job is to make sure every item’s in its place, but that can be tough when one size does not fit all when it comes to EDC gear. The Covert Travel Kit addresses this with a system of internal webbing of various sizes. For everything else, there’s two zippered pockets: one made with mesh for visibility, and one behind the webbing for discreetly stashing valuables or other sensitive items.

The kit also features heavy duty nylon construction for durability, as well as MOLLE-compatible straps on its exterior for even more modularity. Whether you use it as a dopp kit, a pouch for electronics, or as your all-in-one EDC, the Covert Travel Kit is designed to handle it all. You can find it at the link below as a standalone reward on Maison Impeccable's Kickstarter for their flagship offering—you guessed it—performance-driven, technical fabric stealth socks.

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Note: This product is part of a Kickstarter project for socks. For more info on the travel kit, you'll have to scroll down to the "Tools of the Trade" portion of the description. To pledge for the pouch alone, look for the reward labeled "The Quartermaster" on the right hand side of the page.

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Mark Bigham ·
Hell! The socks looked like a great design so I bought 5 pair. Thanks Bernard! Some people just don't get it a'tol. I teach standing up all day and these socks address a lot of issues. The pouch turns out to be throw-in item I will also use. Geez, people...lighten up will you?
Brandon Uttley ·
If you moved the "Note" section in bold to the top of the post...100% of the confusion would be solved. :)
Jimmie ·
What is this? A pouch hidden in a kickstarter for socks? Come on boys, you're better than this.
Ulyan ·
Same here, sad to see this.
Bernard Capulong ·
Jimmie, sorry if my post wasn't particularly clear. The pouch is available through the Kickstarter I linked as a standalone reward -- you don't have to pre-order any socks to get one. I admit it's a strange pairing (socks and a travel kit) but I thought the pouch would be worth the share.
Jimmie ·
All I'm saying is you guys produce some quality content, and this doesn't fall into that category. I hope this isn't a new trend. Someone pick up the Maxpedition First Aid pouch and do a travel pack out of that. Same idea, but a quality post.
I'm confirming Jimmie's post a few minutes ago: the link is for a different product. The "covert pouch" doesn't even appear on Maison Impeccable's website either.
Bernard Capulong ·
The link to the campaign is the correct one, the pledge for the Covert Kit is listed as "The Quartermaster" at $25. You just have to scroll past a lot of the sock description stuff to get to the "Tools of the Trade" section. I wish I had a better way of linking to that, but their campaign is mainly focused on their socks, which obviously aren't as relevant for this site as the travel kit part of their project is.