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Today's Torched Carry

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Stan Jones
Lincoln, Nebraska
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A bit of today's carry features items with torched coloring. Who doesn't want a little color in their pockets?!

I'm a big fan of gear with character, so leather and copper are two materials that I don't ever see myself stepping away from.

Enjoy, cheers!

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Mark ·
What's the finish on your pen? It looks great.
Stan Jones ·
It's just copper with a patina. The first month I carried it in an Ashton leather slip case, just to avoid the sweat and oil from my hands rubbing off in my pocket. It worked out pretty well! Thanks!
Eduardo Cunha ·
I couldn't find the watch leather strap at the link.
Do you know how can I find it elsewhere besides amazon?
It looks amazing, just what I am looking for
Stan Jones ·
Hi, it's a custom strap I purchased off of the WatchUSeek forums. It's a Horween Dublin strap.
JourneywindJunk ·
Love everything from Hitch and Timber.
Billy ·
Am liking the full grain leather strap with a nice custom finish. Quality!
Stan Jones ·
Thank you man! I appreciate it!
Joel Barrett ·
NICE! How did you get the nice patina on the Sage 2? I assume that's a custom job -- who did it if you didn't do it yourself?
Stan Jones ·
Thank you! I just sanded down the scales with a high grit sandpaper and torched the non-clip side with a propane torch. I've got a ZT0450 I was able to get completely bronze colored by flame, which was really nice, so I figured I could do the same with my Sage 2.... nope! So I decided to go for an oil-spill look.
J.S. Leonard ·
Very nice setup. I dig it.
Scott Wicksted ·
Love the copper chap stick sleeve. Tried the link but can't find it on Amazon. Any idea where I can find one of those? TY in advance.