Streamlight MicroStream USB

For years, one flashlight has been a pocket staple, lighting the way for hundreds of EDCers on our site alone. Streamlight's MicroStream AAA had the right size, reliability, everyday performance, and price to make it a truly solid EDC. So how do you make a great light even better? By fixing what isn't broken and improving the rest, as Streamlight have done with the new MicroStream USB. While it looks and carries like the same light you've always known, under the hood it's better than ever, and in all the right ways.

Since the original MicroStream has been around a while, its 45-lumen power output may not be enough for an EDC light in 2018. The new USB model bumps up its levels fivefold, with a High output of 250 lumens for 1.5 hours, and a Low of 50 lumens for up to 3.5 hours. Output is controlled via the familiar tail clicky switch, which now doubles as a charge indicator when topping up. Charging is accessed by unscrewing a sleeve built into the USB's head to reveal the micro USB port underneath, letting you charge the internal lithium ion battery with your power bank or wall plug.

While the new specs adds a bit of length to the MicroStream USB (now 3.87” compared to the 3.6” AAA), it remains a compact and lightweight carry at only 1.2 ounces. It retains the IPX4-rated anodized aluminum construction of the original, with the shape and grooves that give it a familiar grip. And when you need to go hands-free, it keeps the two-way clip that lets you secure the light with equal ease to your pocket or hat.

The old faithful learns some new tricks with the Streamlight MicroStream USB. Pick one up (at a still affordable price) from Amazon at the link below.

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Venque Briefpack XL

Whether you’re traveling between countries for work or commuting to the office, a good bag is one that’s versatile enough to fit any given situation. A solid briefcase will get the job done but if you’re going to walking a lot, then maybe a backpack is better suited for your needs. Well, why not both? That’s where the Venque Briefpack XL has the advantage. On one hand, it’s a professional-looking briefcase while on the other it makes for a solid carry-on backpack.

If you’re going to the office, you’ll appreciate the Briefpack's modern design and build materials, but that’s not all it has going for it. When carrying a heavier load, the Venque Briefpack XL can easily transform into a backpack thanks to a well-placed zippered pocket that houses the straps when they’re not in use. Simply take them out of the pocket and click them into place to turn it into a slim backpack and give your hands a break. The signature Quanta fabric exterior adds both style and substance to the bag with its durable weave and water resistance, keeping your electronics and paperwork protected and dry.

Then there’s the numerous pockets and compartments that make this bag a worthy carry-on as well. On the front you’ll get three zippered compartments for smaller everyday essentials like earbuds, passports, or notebooks, while a side compartment houses all of your more important gear. It’s perfect for tablets or e-readers of any size and laptops up to 17-inches. Plus with measurements of 19 x 15 x 6.5-inches it meets the size requirements for all carry-ons.

But like any good carry-on you can also pack clothes in the main compartment. Along with four extra pockets along the inside, the Briefpack XL has internal straps that hold your clothes neatly in place. So if you’re headed on a short business trip this could be potentially be the only bag you need. If not, you can still attach it to the top of your rolling luggage for easy transport. If you’re not going to be flying any time soon it still makes for a great place to stash gym clothes for after work. For a bag designed for the modern professional, make sure to click the link below and check out Venque Briefpack XL.

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SOG KeyTron

The best gear is the stuff you have with you. And in terms of convenience and 24/7 access, it's hard to beat your keychain. So if you're finding yourself needing a real knife and a bottle opener once in a while, the new KeyTron from SOG might just be what you're looking for. It's a fresh take on the keychain knife with a design that puts its cutting functionality first and foremost. Unlike other keychain-friendly knives, the KeyTron has full-sized features like a lockback mechanism and quick-release keyring built right in.

Just by looking at the KeyTron's utilitarian design, you can tell it's meant to be used like a real folding knife. This manual folder deploys with two hands using an elongated thumb hole/nail nick and secures via a lockback mechanism. The KeyTron's 1.8” long, 5Cr15MoV clip point blade gives you a decent amount of knife to work with for quick everyday cutting tasks, too. With knives on the smaller side like this, a lock mechanism is especially helpful for your fingers since there's less generally less of a handle to get a grip on.

But despite all its features adopted from full-sized knives, it's still got what it takes to hang with the rest of your keys. For starters, it weighs just 1.3 oz and it's exceptionally thin to avoid awkward keychain bulge. Its built-in bottle opener can replace the one you might already carry, keeping your keyring's bulk to a minimum. Last but not least, it sports an integrated keyring that doubles as extra grip for when you're using the knife. For added convenience, it can open with a deliberate push of a button on the knife itself, sparing your fingernails from prying open split rings.

If you can get by with a keychain folder in your EDC, definitely consider the new KeyTron and what its extra features have to offer. Check it out at the link below.

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All-New Aluminum Ridge Wallets

From flashlights to pocket knives to smartphones, aluminum has become the material of choice for the gear we carry. It's light, strong, comfortable, and affordable — all things you'd want in your EDC. And these days, you'll find aluminum on minimalist wallets like the Ridge to keep things slim, sturdy, and lightweight. One of the many other benefits of aluminum gear is just how many more colors it can come in to give your EDC its signature look. With the addition of OD green, desert tan, rose gold, and celeste blue to their lineup, Ridge offers even more wallet styles to make your carry stand out.

In case you aren't familiar with Ridge wallets, they're constructed from two aluminum plates bound by a durable elastic and stainless steel screws. The aluminum plates create structure, block RFID signals, make it easier to slide in and out of a pocket, and give your cards some heavy duty protection. Meanwhile, the elastic ensures a custom fit, minimizing bulk if you carry fewer cards while being able to expand to accommodate up to 12 cards without stretching out.

These new wallets leverage 6061-T6 aluminum to weigh in at just 2 ounces. The OD green, desert tan, and celeste blue colors feature a ceramic coating for a rich, matte finish. The rose gold version is hard anodized aluminum, resulting in a durable speckled finish for that extra bling appeal.

You can check out the new colors and configure them to best fit your EDC at the link below. Be sure to check out how our tips on how to choose the right cash-carrying configuation for your next Ridge wallet, as well as our color-coded carry round-up for ideas on gear to match.

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NutSac Sac Daddy Messenger Bag

If your daily loadout is too big for your pockets but not enough to justify a backpack, a messenger bag is what you need. We're not talking about a man purse or a super tactical sling bag, either. NutSac satchels fill a much needed role as well-made, functional bags with timeless styling that's worthy of carrying your gear, laptop, and more. The Sac Daddy is their newest and largest satchel to date, complete with hardwearing materials and made-in-USA construction.

At nine liters in capacity, it's not too big and ungainly, and yet it has enough room to fit your full-size laptop or tablet and more. With a bit of creativity, you can use this bag to carry the critical gear that's too big for your pockets. Its main compartment is tall enough to fit a standard hardcover book, and it can also fit a camera with lens detached. There's also plenty of stash pockets and YKK-zippered organizational space both inside and outside of the bag for your smaller items.

With its Martexin waxed cotton and top-grain leather construction, the Sac Daddy looks and feels like a quality bag. It evokes a timeless vintage look that will appeal to a heritage crowd as well. But despite its looks, it's not a bag you have to baby. The waxed cotton lends a lot of durability and weather resistance to the bag. And unlike a lot of other canvas bags out there, the Sac Daddy is remarkably structured. This means it can stand upright on its own and doesn't droop or collapse when nothing is inside of it. This makes loading and unloading your gear much easier, but it also speaks to the strength of the bag. Just keep in mind that it's not fully padded like a laptop bag, so take care to not throw it around or drop it in daily use.

The Sac Daddy is a bag that you'll be proud to carry on your shoulder. Check it out for yourself at the link below.

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MecArmy FL02 Flashlight

When choosing to EDC a keychain flashlight, you usually end up having to pick between size or power. By having the convenience of something easy to carry, you often give up the power and features of a bigger light. Often, but not always, especially with a light like MecArmy's FL02 that brings big features to the smallest space you can fit a flashlight. You get capability, collectibility, and even charging convenience in a totally unique form factor.

It's hard to believe the kind of output a light of this size can produce, considering its 2.6” length and feather weight at under an ounce. Pairing a lithium polymer battery with its XP-G2 S4 LED, the FL02 produces up to 360 lumens across 5 modes including Strobe. Its Turbo setting can maintain max lumens for 2 minutes before stepping down to 60 lumens for up to 48 minutes, while its Low mode can keep going up to 8 hours. And of course, when power levels get low, a built-in micro USB charging port lets you top up with ease with a power bank or laptop.

The FL02's outer shell and switch is CNC-machined with grip-friendly knurling and ergonomics from TC4 titanium, keeping it light and comfortable to use yet tough enough to bang against the rest of your keys. The material gives the light an exotic touch that also doubles as a canvas for coatings and etched designs that give each light a unique aesthetic. And if that's not enough, the FL02 comes with IPX5 water resistance for even more resilience when used as an everyday light.

No need to make compromises with a light that punches way above its weight class. Pick up MecArmy's FL02 keychain light in your choice of design from the Amazon link below.

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Boker Plus Rocket Pen

As something you can carry with you everywhere, your EDC pen shouldn't draw unwanted attention for its tactical features. Designed by Darriel Caston, the new Boker Plus Rocket Pen is a daily jotter that's just as home in the bug out bag as it is in the boardroom. It pairs sleek, understated styling with a robust bolt action mechanism and a sturdy aluminum build that's tough enough for EDC.

Unlike most traditional tactical pens with prominent points and aggressive knurling all over, the Rocket takes a lower profile approach with its smooth aluminum barrel. To be more accurate, the 5.2” body is actually shaped like an oval. The added width affords a more comfortable and secure grip. But more importantly, it allows for the Rocket's bolt action mechanism to sit completely flush with the body when not deployed. Paired with the body's smooth surface, it makes retrieving the pen from your pocket quick and easy—no more protruding bolt to snag on your pants.

To round out its EDC-worthy feature set, the Rocket accommodates write-anywhere Fisher Space Pen cartridges and similarly sized Parker refills. It also features a deep-carrying pocket clip to make the pen discreet even when you're not using it. For a more incognito bolt action pen, check out the Boker Plus Rocket at the link below.

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Ridge Commuter Backpack

Whether you're traveling on an adventure or to work on your next commute, keeping your stuff safe and organized is always important. The Commuter Backpack by Ridge is their take on the perfect everyday backpack that does just that. It's sleek and streamlined on the outside, but it's packed with travel-ready features and organization pockets that make it an ideal companion for your next trip. The shock-resistant laptop compartment, RFID blocking hidden pocket, and integrated battery pack / charger make it easy to keep your laptop and wallet safe, and your phone and tablet charged up.

Inside the bag, you'll find plenty of organization to keep your gear easy to access and safely stored. There's a shock-resistant laptop compartment that accommodates up to a 15” laptop located closest to the back panel of the bag. You can carry your computer with confidence, knowing that it's safely stored inside and close to your body. The internal hidden pocket is an ideal place for stashing away your wallet and passport, thanks to the RFID blocking material surrounding it.

There are few things worse than a dead battery when out and about, so Ridge has built an external USB charging port into their bag so you can easily charge up on the go with a power bank (as an add-on accessory). There are some other basic organization pockets for small accessories, and two expandable water bottle pockets that are less bulky when zipped shut. Your gear inside is protected from the elements, thanks to the water-resistant nylon shell and heavy-duty zippers.

Carrying options on the Commuter include two padded shoulder straps with sternum support, and a luggage strap so you can carry both the bag and your suitcase easily. The bag is available in a 15” “Commuter” and a slightly larger and wider 17” “Weekender” size. You can pick one up now via the link below.

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Benchmade 495 Vector

When it comes to making high-quality knives for EDC, Benchmade gets top billing. But if an assisted flipper is more your style, their offerings have been a bit limited. That all changes with the introduction of the 495 Vector. The Vector is Benchmade's finest take on the assisted flipper knife thus far. It has an aggressive and efficient tactical design with premium materials to ensure it can cut as sharp as it looks.

The centerpiece of this knife is its razor sharp 3.6" spear point blade. It's made out of premium CPM-S30V steel for high hardness and edge retention. Because this is an assisted-opening flipper knife, you can bring it to bear in an instant, even with one hand. And for added safety, the Vector also includes an integrated lock on the spine that keeps the knife closed when it's not in use.

The handle features an aggressive tactical design that conforms to your hand. Its shape gives you significant purchase on the blade and maximum control over the cut. It also helps prevent against cutting yourself on your own knife during hard use. The sides of the handle have grippy G10 scales etched in a diamond pattern to make them more effective. It also features Benchmade's super-strong AXIS-lock mechanism, which keeps the knife open with minimal blade play.

The 495 Vector is a welcome addition to Benchmade's venerable line of excellent everyday carry knives. And it's especially good for those who prefer carrying assisted flipper knives. If you're overlooked Benchmade in the past for their lack of offerings in that space, take note: the 495 Vector is not to be ignored. Take a look at it yourself and grab one for your own at the link below.

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Zelos Hammerhead Submarine Bronze Limited Edition Diver

Typically, dive watches are built to resemble the depth rating and durability of a submarine. It’s not often that they’re actually made from a piece of one. The Zelos Hammerhead Submarine is a bronze dive watch with something unique going on just under the sapphire crystal. The dial is crafted from an actual piece of a decommissioned nuclear submarine. If that alone doesn't make the watch stand out, it's all of its other rock-solid features that out-spec other dive watches in the same price range.

The CUSN8 bronze case features a unique angular shape that’s reminiscent of a porthole window. The overall cushion shape is a callback to vintage dive watches, but the aggressive beveling and large lugs add a modern touch to the watch. Over time, the bronze case will pick up a patina the more you wear it, especially if you’re going to be doing some saltwater diving.

The Hammerhead isn’t all about the dial material, the rest of the watch is built to the highest ocean-ready specs. You’ll find a unidirectional 120-click bezel for timing, a screw down case back, double domed sapphire crystal, and water resistance up to an impressive 1000M.

The Zelos Hammerhead Submarine has some serious wrist presence at 44mm. Included in each wooden display box is a three straps - one rubber, one leather, and one canvas. The Hammerhead Submarine is limited to 100 pieces, and is available right now for $529 via the link below.

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Aer Work Collection

The bag you carry says a lot about you. And if you mean business, Aer's latest Work Collection of bags was made for you. Aer has shown their skill for designing sleek, dual-purpose urban EDC bags with their previous Travel and Active collections, all equipped with activity-specific features and EDC-worthy materials. The new Work Collection is no different, giving mobile professionals sleek and minimal pack options to organize, protect, and keep their essentials handy.

The Work Collection takes Aer's familiar silhouettes and gives them some thoughtful upgrades, keeping in mind the needs of the professionals that will be using them. You have five bags to choose from depending on your capacity needs and carry preference. Each design features a coated, water-resistant front panel and Cordura 1680D nylon construction throughout the rest of the pack exterior. The plain flat front gives the bags Aer's signature clean look, letting the bags fit in any office, whether it's a boardroom or your favorite coffee shop.

Three of the bags—the larger Tech Pack, the Day Pack, and the Commuter Bag—come with the Work Collection's new feature: a toolbox-inspired, free-standing design that lets the bags stay upright on a flat surface. Paired with the interior organization and half-zip design of of the bags' main compartments, this keeps your essentials within reach so you can easily grab a pen or cable without having to fumble with a bag always in danger of falling over. The Tech Pack's larger 16.2L frame gives it space for three compartments, two side pockets and two padded handles. The Day Pack follows suit with a smaller, 15.4L option for a lighter carry for daily commutes. And for EDCers who prefer slings and messenger bags, the Commuter Bag gives a 10.2L option with a large, organized main compartment paired with a dedicated laptop compartment.

Also part of the Work Collection are the Tech Sling and the Cable Kit. The Tech Sling bumps up the capacity of their original Day Sling up to 7L from 4.5, and gives it an adjustable padded strap you can wear two ways. The Cable Kit helps manage all your tech and smaller essentials with its two zip pockets, internal strap and pocket organization, and quick access external pocket for additional storage.

No matter how and where you work, the right bag is essential to your productivity. Take your pick from Aer's new Work Collection at the link below.

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Nomatic Messenger and Laptop Bags

When pockets aren’t enough, a good bag can help you carry everything you need while keeping it all organized. But like the tools in your EDC, finding a bag that’s practical and fits your lifestyle can be challenging. That’s why Nomatic has a few different options in their line-up depending on what you’re looking for. With a proven track record of bringing minimalist yet feature-rich EDC gear like wallets, notebooks, watches, and backpacks to market via Kickstarter, the company is back with a new duo of smart crossbody bags: the Nomatic Messenger Bag and Laptop Bag.

If you like to keep things discreet, you’ll like the Nomatic design language. Their entire line of bags comes in stealthy black and gray color options, and this new Messenger bag is no different. It has removable padded strap that clicks securely into place thanks to magnetic Fidlock hardware on either side. Removing them is simple, so if you need to carry it briefcase-style you can do so without having to fiddle with buckles when it’s time to reattach them. If you travel often you can also stack it on top of your rolling suitcase when killing time between flights using its pass-through luggage handle sleeve. But the same organizational details that makes the Nomatic Messenger an ideal carry-on also makes it practical for EDC.

It comes with three zippered compartments and plenty of pockets perfect for organizing your gear while you’re out and about with a 15L total capacity. First is the padded laptop compartment along the back which has a built-in sleeve that keeps it from slipping out when you need it. Then there’s the large main compartment perfect for electronics like cameras or headphones. This compartment also has a handy removable divider and a zippered mesh pocket for any smaller batteries or memory cards that you don’t want to lose. The last zippered compartment on the very front allows for quick access to smaller essentials that you might need throughout the day. Elastic and zippered pockets line the inside and make it easy to organize everything from pens and passports to snacks and cables.

For an even more minimalist solution to carrying your laptop and its accompanying essentials, there's the Laptop bag. It sports a lower profile than the Messenger with its fewer compartments at 10L capacity, but still comes with enough organization and storage for your laptop, tablet, notebooks, and other mobile office essentials as an everyday work bag.

Judging by the company's track record, it’s only a matter of time before the Nomatic Messenger and Laptop Bags get funded. So whether you’re looking for an easy way to carry your stuff on your commute or want a bag that makes a hassle-free carry-on, make sure to click the link below and back the campaign.

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Massdrop x NuForce EDC3 In-Ear Monitors

If you're going to use your gear every single day, it's worth upgrading to something that's built for the task. Yes, even your earphones. Whether you're gaming, listening to a podcast, or tuning out the world with the newest bop you can't get enough of, a pair of quality earphones can help open up a whole new level of enjoyment. Plus, they tend to feature better build quality, comfort, and usability for a better overall listening experience. NuForce and Massdrop collaborated on such a pair that was designed specifically for everyday carry, aptly named the EDC. They've teamed up again to bring you the EDC3 as an upgraded bigger brother to the original. It features much of the same great design that made the EDC such a success, but now offers three balanced armature drivers at a compelling $99.99 price point.

Before even getting into how they sound, it's worth noting all the little features on the EDC3 that tackle the challenges of EDCing a pair of earphones in the first place. For many of you, the biggest issue is probably dealing with wires. Cheap wires often tangle and fray, rendering the 'buds useless. The EDC3 comes with not one, but two removable cables depending on your needs. The first is a sturdy yet comfortably flexible braided cable for quality listening sessions, complete with a right angle 3.5mm plug to minimize stress and breakage, as well as built-in cable management for easy carrying. The other cable boasts in-line controls and a microphone to use with your smartphone. It's easy to carry the other cable as a backup even on the go thanks to an included hard zip pouch with an internal mesh pocket, too.

Like the original EDC, the EDC3 uses a durable Lexan polycarbonate to house its internals. The EDC3 housing is both lightweight and compact, making it comfortable to listen to all day. This time around, the entire body is a transluscent dark navy to showcase the arrangement of the EDC3's triple balanced armature drivers. They work together to provide a detailed, all-around experience that still leans towards musical than analytical thanks to its slightly warm sound, defined mids, and controlled bass.

Whether you're an EDC-minded audiophile or looking to finally upgrade your current pair of 'phones, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better value than these. It's not often you see triple balanced armature IEMs under $100. Get them before pre-orders close at the Massdrop link below.

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Reylight Lan v2 Titanium High CRI AA Flashlight

If you asked a flashlight enthusiast ten years ago what EDC lights would look like in 2018, chances are they couldn't have predicted the tiny pocket rockets pushing hundreds of lumens we have on our keychains today. Instead, high-end light designs took a more retro-futuristic approach, looking more like a bona fide lightsaber than a thumb drive. The ReyLight Lan Titanium flashlight is an excellent present-day example of the high design and features that old school “flashaholics” dreamed of, with a price point and availability that's much more accessible to the rest of the EDC crowd. It's based on the familiar and convenient AA form factor, taken to the next level with premium materials and components.

The ReyLight Lan doesn't aim to impress with its total lumen output alone. While it still hits a maximum 390 lumens with a 14500 battery, it has much more to offer to the discerning EDCer. For starters, it uses a 4000K Nichia 219C high CRI LED, which does a much better job at making the colors of your surroundings vivid and lifelike as if they were in sunlight as opposed to the harsh, cold, blue light that most LEDs put out. It also offers a super useful Moonlight mode at 0.2 lumens for preserving night vision and keeping discreet so you don't disturb others when you need a little extra light. Because the Lan can take both a standard AA battery and a lithium rechargeable 14500, its output and runtimes can vary. For more power, use a 14500 to get 390 lumens for 40 minutes on High with 20 days on Moonlight mode. An AA lasts a bit longer at the expense of total output, hitting a max of 110 lumens for 50 minutes and lasting 30 days on Moonlight.

You can find more enthusiast features in the body of the light itself. It's Ti-6Al-4V titanium through and through, down to the tritium-compatible, tailstanding rear click switch. You can also insert tritium vials around the bezel, giving you plenty of ways to customize the light and improve its visibility in a dark pocket or bag. Last but not least, a pocket clip makes it easy to carry and access for EDC. The Lan v2 is available now on Amazon at the link below. If you'd rather wait for mode memory and a bit higher output, check out the updated Lan v3 currently in the works as a fully funded Kickstarter project.

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A good pocket knife can be one of those useful tools in your arsenal, but it can also be one of the most expensive. Luckily, that doesn’t have to be the case. When it comes to getting the most bang for your buck few knives did it like the CRKT M16. Designed by the late Kit Carson, the M16's tactical looks, ergonomic handle, and game-changing flipper open mechanism made it an instant EDC classic. The new M16-02KS follows in those same footsteps with upgraded materials and features at an affordable price point, just like the original.

This time around the M16-02KS features a tanto blade made of 12C27 Sandvik steel with a black oxide finish (a step up from the original's 8Cr15MoV), making for a stealthy look that goes hand in hand with its tactical design. The blade itself is roughly 3 inches in length which is perfect for everyday tasks, and the plain edge makes it easy to get the precise cut you want.

A knurled and easy to reach thumb stud allows for one-handed deployment, but also has a Carson flipper opening in honor of the knife maker. The blade now locks with a frame lock mechanism instead of the original's locking liner. The handles get upgraded to 2Cr13 stainless steel, complete with weight-saving holes for a durable knife that won’t weigh your pockets down at 3.7 ounces.

And if you’re looking for versatility, the pocket clip can be mounted in four different positions. So whether you prefer to carry tip-up or tip-down this knife has you covered. For a fresh take on a classic pocket knife, the CRKT M16-02KS is a solid option for anyone that wants a practical blade for EDC but doesn’t want to break the bank.

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Trayvax Summit Notebook

When it comes to rugged wallets built to withstand both daily use and the ravages of time, few manufacturers have made their mark as well as Trayvax. With robust materials paired with USA-made fit and finish, their products have become mainstays in many EDCs. Now they've set their sights in leveling up the rest of your essentials with the Summit Notebook. Built to work with the original Summit minimalist wallet and with a few useful tricks up its leather sleeve, the Notebook is a one-stop shop for keeping your essentials classy and consolidated.

Trayvax's Summit wallet was designed to be as lightweight and efficient as possible: nylon webbing secures up to 8 cards and folded cash in a 3D-stamped steel frame. The Summit Notebook turns the wallet into a sleek leather journal, using its webbing to lock it into the left side. On the right side there's space for a compact notebook and EDC favorite Fisher Space Pen. The leather itself is chestnut-colored oiled latigo cowhide leather that's combination-tanned to be flexible yet durable.

Its left panel sports an ID window that gives quick visual and access to the top cards on the Summit wallet, while its right side houses a stash slot for extra cash or essentials. The included compact notebook uses paper from another EDC favorite, Rite in the Rain, making use of its all-weather performance, and down the Notebook's spine is the pen slot to store the Fisher Space Pen. The whole package without cards or cash weighs 3.36 ounces, making it as pocket-friendly as possible while still maximizing its included essentials.

“Buy it for life” is the name of Trayvax's game, with generous lifetime warranties to ensure quality and satisfaction for their products. Compact and protect your essentials (and ideas) with the Summit Notebook bundle at the Amazon link below, or if you're already using the Summit Wallet, level it up with just the Notebook sleeve available here.

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