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Dango Modular Watches

When you're at the top of your game, the biggest challenge is figuring out what to do next. It's easy to be stagnant rather than explore uncharted territory, but the thing is, nobody gets anywhere exciting or makes anything interesting by standing still. Now with a long history covering all the essentials in your pockets, Dango has set their sights on their next frontier: robust everyday watches. Built with the same care and attention to detail that are the hallmarks of their popular wallets and accessories, this new line is definitely worth your time.

In the spirit of covering your every adventure, the Dango Watches line comes in three models to match your everyday activities: Trek, Dive, and Chrono. All three watches feature a strong 45mm wrist presence built with 316L stainless steel and sapphire glass, protecting a beating heart in the form of a Swiss Ronda quartz movement.

The TK-01 Trek Watch's design takes its cues from the EDC-favorite field or officer's watch, but with materials turned up to 11. Its face features the style's signature dual 12- and 24-hour dials, with luminescent markings, polished silver indices for the outer dial, and a high-visibility second hand as key eye catches. No expense was spared for its strap, either. It features Dango's new patented interchangeable lugs (with quick-release spring bars) and offered in a luxurious Horween leather strap or nylon NATO style. Last but not least, a 50-meter water resistance and 45-month battery life round out the TK-01's complications.

The dive watch is arguably the most emblematic of EDC—a rock-solid watch with bold features and reliable performance on land or at sea. The DV-01 ticks all the boxes for this iconic style, with a few more thoughtful features added to the mix. Out of the collection, the DV-01 has a hardier 200-meter water resistance you would expect from a dive watch. Large luminescent markers light up its dial, with a date window at the 3 o'clock position and hi-vis yellow ends for its three hands. Finally, a notched, uni-directional rotating bezel rounds out the DV-01's case features. For its strap you have an option for either a metal bracelet or ventilated silicone sport band, both featuring Dango's interchangeable lugs.

Last but not least is the CR-01, Dango's chronograph offering. As expected from a watch in this style, its movement comes with more complications along with the most detailed case of the line. Three subdials are front and center with 30-second, 60-second, and 10-hour hands used for tachymeter and stopwatch complications, paired with a date window at the 3 o'clock position. Both the inner dial edge and bezel feature scale markings, with red accents on key indices and on the watch's main hands, as well as a bright red side button. For its straps the CR-01 comes with the interchange lugs and quick-release spring bars as the other watches, in a leather strap or metal bracelet option. Its clasp comes with a patented micro-adjustment buckle, allowing you to have the perfect fit every time without having to add or subtract links from the bracelet itself.

It's time to step up your watch game with Dango's new timepiece collection, built for any everyday carry and activity. All three watches are currently being launched on Kickstarter at special introductory prices, so be sure to check out the campaign at the link below.

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Kershaw Seguin

Sometimes you can take one look at a knife and know it can do some serious work. We're talking about the kind of knife that looks like it can do more than cut open the occasional package in the mail (or for some of us, much more than occasional…). Something with enough heft to get big jobs done, but still entirely pocketable to be your daily driver. The new Kershaw Seguin is one of those knives. This Les George collaboration sports a beefy design with a versatile blade to boot, featuring the kind of ergonomics that make even the toughest tasks feel a bit easier.

The solid build of the Seguin (that's pronounced Seh-geen, by the way) starts with its full-sized 4.25” stainless steel handle. Its length, mixed with the ergonomic contours, lets you get a firm grasp for full control over your work. And unlike most knives that have metal handles, the Seguin enjoys an aggressive machine-etched texturing on the top, bottom, and sides of the blade that make this knife easy to grasp even when things get slippery. The business end of the knife is impressive as well, with a modified clip-point shape making the Seguin reminiscent of a pocket folding Bowie knife. Fitting, since the namesake of the Seguin was a hero of the Texas Revolution.

The 3.1” 8Cr13MoV blade has everything you need, from a solid point for piercing, a curved belly extending to the tip for slicing, and a straight edge for rope and other utility tasks. To match the stainless aesthetic of the handle, the blade is treated with a PVD coating, which also increases its hardiness against the corrosive elements. The large index flipper tab and SpeedSafe assist makes opening the blade an easy one-handed motion. There's added jimping on the index flipper for control that doubles as a finger guard in the open position. And because there's a frame lock in a handle, you can be certain the blade won't close up on you accidentally while you work.

Once you're done with the Kershaw Seguin, close it up and let it disappear into your pockets with the single-position deep-carry tip, a welcome addition to a pocketknife of this size. With how versatile it is, you'll appreciate the build quality as you'll find yourself using it again and again as part of your everyday carry. Pick one up at the link below.

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TiPick Micro Titanium Toothpicks

The humble toothpick is often thought of as disposable, something that a restaurant might have for your convenience after a meal. But often times, especially as we've become more mindful of waste, they've become harder and harder to find when you need one. They're useful for not just keeping a clean smile, but also for poking and puncturing tasks in a pinch. If you find yourself needing a toothpick but want an EDC-worthy option, there's the TiPick from EdcGearShop. It lets you pack a lightweight, premium titanium toothpick in a compact and concealable package that fits right on your keys.

The secret to the compact size of the TiPick is the reversible screw-cap design of the pick itself. This allows the toothpick to measure a minuscule 1.37 inches in length before deployment. The titanium composition of the pick allows it to be lightweight at just 2.8 ounces, while being far more durable than wooden disposable toothpicks that can give you splinters in your mouth if you're not careful. They're also more hygienic than keeping a disposable pair around, as they can be washed and even boiled for cleanliness after repeated use.

The design is built to last multiple trips out to eat, and EdcGearShop stands by their manufacturing process with a lifetime guarantee. Just keep in mind, that guarantee doesn't cover losing one of these small picks; they have holes in the back of each one to attach them to your keys so you don't lose them.

With the TiPick, you can take care of your teeth with a bit of style, in a far better way than carrying around a bunch of pointy disposables that will break in your pockets before you get around to using them. Pick one up for yourself at the link below.

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StatGear Ledge Pocket Knife

With over a dozen successful product launches under their belt, StatGear doesn't need help when it comes to creating quality designs for your everyday carry. But they still recognize the value of feedback as a driving force for truly great design. Their latest project, the Ledge Pocket Knife, brings the same rugged materials and utilitarian design language of their past successes, but boasts a new set of features specifically requested by the EDC community. The result is a modern take on a classic slipjoint knife, complete with both practical and visual improvements to a traditional design that makes it worthy of any EDC today.

By popular request, the Ledge forgoes any locking mechanism and instead operates as a two-handed slipjoint like pocketknives of the past. It's an especially welcome decision for EDCers in locales with stricter knife laws, like in Canada or the UK. Of course, StatGear made a few tweaks to this classic design to make it more compelling in 2019. The Ledge is still a two-hand opening knife, but instead of a small nail nick, it features a full-length groove on the blade for easier deployment. The blade itself is made from hardy D2 tool steel as another upgrade from old school blades. It measures 2.5” long to give you just enough cutting edge to work with while staying compact and legal to carry in more places and features a flat ground, sheepsfoot blade shape for everyday versatility.

The handle also clearly stands out on this modernized slipjoint. Two-tone, dual-layered G10 handles afford a confident grip, light weight, and durability while the angular design gives it a futuristic look. While you'd typically need to EDC a slipjoint loose in your pocket or in a sheath, the Ledge features a reversible, tip-up, deep carry stainless steel pocket clip. It makes for a discreet and effortless EDC that's ready at a moment's notice. You can pledge for a Ledge in your choice of black, brown, or red at StatGear's fully funded campaign at the link below.

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Pangea Designs Prylobite Keychain Knife

It’s no secret that keys are annoying to carry, and while your average carabiner gets the job done EDCers always keep a keen eye out for the perfect solution. With their new half-keychain half-multitool hybrid knife dubbed the Prylobite, Pangea Designs makes a strong case for why their new campaign should be on your radar. The Prylobite is the logical evolution of their popular Pickpocket suspension keychain clip, but this time it packs an even bigger punch.

Besides being a practical friction folder knife, the Prylobite offers a greay way to suspend your keys from a beltloop or pocket for easy retrieval and no more dreaded "pocket bulge." It puts a handy 1.7-inch S35VN steel blade with a gorgeous stonewashed finish right on your keychain. The suspension clip also doubles as a flipper tab, so one-handed deployment is a breeze. The clip flips up through the handle, resting perfectly under where you apply pressure with your thumb, which effectively holds the blade open while cutting. When not in use, the blade is mechanically locked closed via a micro carabiner attached through a well placed cutout in both the blade and handles. The integrated suspension clip alone makes the Prylobite unique in its function, but it has even more tools incorporated in its design.

A good knife is solid part of any multitool, but simply holding your keys hardly qualifies it as multi-functional. That's why the Prylobite also has a few more tools built into the hook's design, giving you a bottle opener, pry bar, ¼” wrench, and bit driver all in one discreet package that fits in the palm of your hand. These tools weren’t an afterthought either, the same attention to detail went into their design as well. For example, the bottle opener was made with a claw geometry to ensure a perfect opening on the first try and the pry bar was added to prevent people from being tempted by misuse that would otherwise lead to a broken knife tip. Rounding out its utilitarian design are scales made of G10, an excellent material for EDC given its durability, light weight, and grip.

While the Prylobite is a great tool for minimalists or those trying to slim down their carry, almost any EDCer can benefit from adding it to their pockets even if it's as a keychain backup to their primary carry. For a closer look at the Prylobite and all its features, check out Pangea Design's seventh fully funded Kickstarter campaign before it ends on Monday, February 25th.

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Hammerstone Goods Hammer Pack

As an EDCer, have you ever stopped to think about what you could be carrying in your pants' fifth pocket? You know the one: the curiously small pocket on your right side where you might've used to drop spare change when credit cards and payment apps weren't as popular. If you're not EDCing a tube of lip balm, you should—but we don't blame you. Most lip balms aren't as considered as the rest of your kit and aren't designed with EDC in mind. Hammerstone Goods, on the other hand, are different. They're natural lip balms and deodorants designed for adventurous EDCers inside and out from the ingredients list to the pocket-friendly packaging. If you've been on the hunt for another way to step up your daily routine, the Hammer Pack has just what you need to get started.

While most people EDC lip balm for its intended purpose to prevent chapped lips, you can actually use it in a pinch during your outdoor adventures. In that same spirit of the outdoors, Hammerstone lip balms and deodorants keep it natural. Their lip balms (available in Key Lime + Mint and Blood Orange + Mint flavors) use organic ingredients like vitamin E, sunflower oil, and hempseed oil for nourishing, natural protection. 

Their Eucalyptus + Mint Active Deodorant uses all-natural ingredients as well to keep you feeling fresh during your day-to-day, travels, or camping trips without irritating sensitive skin like other deodorants can. That's because it's free of aluminum, parabens, and phthalates, providing gentle and long-lasting performance. These formulas were dialed in with help beta testers who are active EDCers and outdoor adventurers like yourselves, putting the Hammer Pack through its paces while biking, hiking, skiing, and more.

And because these lip balms were made for EDCers, their pocket friendliness, ease of operation, and ergonomics were just as important. The lip balm comes in an oval tube that keeps a lower profile in your pocket, is comfortable to hold and apply to your lips, and doesn't roll away when you set it down (just like you'd expect from your EDC pen or flashlight). Last but not least, the tube and label keep a blacked-out, minimalist aesthetic to fit right in with any EDC or dopp kit. You can try out the set of lip balms and Active Deodorant together in the Hammer Pack, available at the link below.

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Dango Blue Line Tactical Wallets

Blue is the calm, soothing color of the sky, a color that invokes stability and trust. It's the perfect color for a wallet you rely on every day, and especially apt for Dango's long line of popular EDC wallets. Cementing that reliability is their new Blue Line series, which takes their most popular models and gives them the toughest coating available. Not only does it increase their durability even more, but it also gives the wallets fresh new looks while keeping their utility-driven design.

The key to Dango's new hue is Cerakote coating. It's a ceramic-based finish that gives exceptional protection to applied surfaces, and it's particularly helpful for gear that gets a lot of wear and tear (like your wallet) thanks to its scratch- and abrasion-resisting properties. Leading the Blue Line are two of Dango's latest and greatest models, the T01 Tactical and their newer M1 Maverick.

The T01 uses Dango's DTEX fabric, a non-leather, highly durable, and water-resistant material, available in one- or two-pocket configurations. Whichever DTEX pocket option you choose, it's paired with a CNC'd aluminum chassis for structure and RFID-shielding. The metal components are then finished with Cerakote coating. Rounding out the T01's tactical utility is the included MT02 multi-tool, which packs 14 different functions into the size of a credit card.

Dango's newer M1 offers a vertically-oriented CNC-machined aluminum chassis, toughened up with a layer of Cerakote. The chassis features loop holes at each of the four corners to serve as attachment points for keys, tethers, or lanyards to wear as a badge holder. An internal metal RFID blocking card cavity holds up to 6 cards, held in place by a silicone cash strap. The Blue Line M1 also comes in DTEX in either single-pocket or bifold configurations: the single pocket holds up to 8-10 cards total, while the bifold section adds 3 more card pockets to accommodate 14-16 cards total.

Whether you're after a fresh colorway for your wallet or need the extra resistance for hard use, Dango and Cerakote literally have your wallet covered. Check out the entire Blue Line at Dango's site at the link below.

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Aviator Wallet Titan One Rugged Edition

Looks trump functionality all too often when it comes to the design of minimalist EDC wallets. Those designs tend to assume you can give up cash and coins completely, and that you can manage to pare down the number of cards in your wallet to a spartan few. But if you can't live without those things, you might start to think a bulky bifold is your only option. Thankfully, that isn't the case with the new Titan One Rugged Edition from Aviator Wallet. It's a slim and lightweight all-in-one solution for your cards, cash, and coins. And with its premium pure titanium construction, it carries light, feels good in hand, and looks great with the rest of your EDC.

At the core of the Titan One Rugged Edition is its premium grade 1 titanium alloy plate construction. Grade 1 titanium alloy is composed of 99.9% titanium, a higher ratio than that found in most EDC titanium wares. Beyond the purity, the use of grade 1 titanium in particular lends the finished product immense corrosion resistance, strength, and durability. It's precision-made in Germany, and the wallet itself also benefits from natural anti-magnetic properties and RFID-blocking capabilities. That means it can help keep your payment and identification info safe from fraudsters and scammers fishing for your data.
With the wallet's unique adjustable inner elastic band and stainless steel bolt design built into the frame, you can dictate just how many cards the wallet can fit. That band holds everything together, and at its maximum, the Titan One can carry up to 20 cards. You can reach each one easily by sliding them up through the cut out window in the front plate and fanning them out to pick the card you need. This design also works well with the optional coin compartment, available in gorgeous aluminum or lightweight carbon fiber. The compartment lets you slot in coins and SD cards for quick and easy access. It easily accommodates cash as well with a carbon fiber cash clip built into the elastic band.

It's rare to see a minimalist wallet with functional options for cash and coin carriers built into the design itself, not just as an afterthought. And with its stunning looks, the Titan One Rugged Edition proves that you can have both aesthetics and functionality without compromise. And if you wish, you can also have the Titan One in carbon fiber and aluminum construction as well. You can pick one up that suits your style from Aviator Wallet at the link below.
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The James Brand Folsom

From quick cuts to tough tasks, one of the best tools for the job is the humble liner-lock knife. You've probably seen enough of them as full-on tactical folders or as old-fashioned hunting knives. But for many EDCers, those designs don't quite fit in with their day-to-day lives and the rest of their essentials. That's why The James Brand designed the Folsom — their modern classic re-imagination of the tried-and-true liner-lock. Despite its stylish looks it's no shelf queen, pairing hardy materials with a simple yet effective design resulting in a knife that's ready to get to work, stay by your side for the long haul, and look good doing it. It's a capable companion for the adventurous EDCer who relies on their knife around town, out in the backcountry, and everywhere in between.

The Folsom comes as a more substantial knife, with a 3.4 oz weight, fuller proportions, and a balanced blend of clean lines and gentle curves for a comfortable, ergonomic grip. Its 4” closed length and slim G10 handles give plenty of control and durability you'd want in a workhorse knife while keeping weight and bulk down in the pocket. A large, triangular thumbhole allows for easy, ambidextrous one-hand deployment when it's time to get to work. Its 2.75” blade length makes it easier to carry both in the pocket and in locales with stricter knife laws, while its classic drop point shape maximizes cutting edge to make it cut like a larger knife. Featuring Carpenter CTS-BD1 steel for its edge retention, corrosion resistance and low maintenance, combined with a stainless steel liner lock, the Folsom was designed to truly be put through the paces.

Since the best knife is the one you have on you, the Folsom comes equipped with a beefy 416 stainless steel reversible pocket clip for easy, tip-up EDC. A contrasting lanyard hole towards the back end of the handle opens up more carry options as well. The Folsom's simple format lays the foundation for tons of customization options so you're sure to find a Folsom that fits your needs. You can go with G10 scales for performance and grip on par with modern blades, or opt for Micarta or Ebony Wood scales for that traditional look and organic feel in hand. The blade comes in stainless or PVD coated black, and in a classic straight edge or a versatile serrated combo edge as well. Whatever Folsom you choose, you can get it in your hands quickly with free 2-day shipping direct from The James Brand at the link below.

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3 Awesome New EDC Essentials from Victorinox Swiss Army

With decades of experience and iconic tools and products behind them, it would be a simple affair for Victorinox Swiss Army to rest on their laurels. But the thing about pioneers and trailblazers is, “stop” just isn't part of their vocabulary. So even with a catalog packed to the brim with the most tried and tested EDC gear, the brand still pushes the envelope to make even more essentials worth carrying. Below are three of the best new products from Victorinox Swiss Army, dressing up your EDC with gear designed to cut, clock in, and carry your way through the day.

Save 20% on Iconic Leatherman Heritage Series Multi-tools

When it comes to multi-tools, Leatherman is one of the leading brands covering EDCers' bases for the past 35 years. To celebrate their 35th anniversary, they're offering a special 20% off discount on 5 of their best-sellers as the Heritage Series. There's a tool for any kind of EDCer in this collection of iconic designs. If you've been waiting for a great opportunity to start carrying a multi-tool or you're finishing up your holiday shopping, there's no better time to pick up a Leatherman than now.

The Heritage Series consists of an iconic lineup of their best-selling tools, including the Wave®+, Charge®+, Super Tool® 300, Rebar®, and keychain-sized Micra® to cover any EDCers' bases, no matter how big or small they carry.

Wave+: Designed as an all-round toolbox replacement, the newly updated Wave+ gets the job done. It features 18 total tools, including upgraded 154CM steel replaceable wire cutters.

Charge+: Built for the outdoorsy EDCer, the Charge+ makes for a solid trail companion with a robust set of 19 total tools, including the upgraded replaceable wire cutters.

Super Tool 300: For bigger tasks that call for bigger tools, the Super Tool 300 boasts a larger 4.5" form factor and locking tools. The bigger handles and fully locking tools give a better grip and more control during hard use.

Rebar: The Rebar is a nod to the past, drawing inspiration from older Leatherman designs. It also features locking tools and sports a built-in ruler to help you measure twice and cut once.

Micra: Rounding out the collection is the Micra, a tool fit for your keychain and ready at a moment's notice. Don't let its small size fool you--it's packed with its own set of unique, useful tools, like tweezers and powerful spring-action scissors to make quick and precise cuts.

To help make these built-to-last tools last even longer, they each come with a newly designed Heritage leather sheath. These rugged leather sheaths are built in the USA using premium leather that'll look better with age and wear. A branded brass snap closure makes securing and retrieving the tool quick and easy, while a leather belt loop on the back of the sheath keeps your tool handy at your side. The new sheaths come in different sizes to accommodate a much wider range of Leatherman's lineup of multi-tools too. To top it all off, Leatherman offers a 25-year guarantee on their tools for that extra peace of mind. You can join thousands of other EDCers who swear by Leatherman while saving yourself some money too, thanks to this rare 20% discount. Check out the collection from Leatherman's site at the link below.

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Kershaw Bareknuckle

Iconic gear often comes with a story, and the Kershaw Bareknuckle comes with a good one. Inspired by the original Zero Tolerance 0777, the Bareknuckle takes the original acclaimed design and gives it a sleeker, lightweight profile with excellent materials and a price that won't break the bank. It puts together the best parts of the 0777 and Kershaw's user-friendly features, giving you a made-in-the-USA knife with a storied past and solid performance to last.

Just like the original, the Bareknuckle's 3.5” blade is a beast. Made from Sandvik 14C28N, the steel was developed as a partnership between Kershaw and Sandvik to produce a high-performance, high-resistance steel that can be hardened to 58-60 Rockwell. This gives it a considerably longer edge longevity compared to most steels, which comes in handy as a blade designed for cutting with its long, sweeping belly in a modified, upswept sheepsfoot shape. Deployment comes from a manual flipper tab, utilizing Kershaw's KVT ball-bearing system and rotating on an eye-catching, oversized pivot.

The Bareknuckle's anodized aluminum handles sports its second key feature—Kershaw's Sub-Frame lock. One side of the handles is fitted with a steel plate integral to the frame that moves behind the blade to lock it into position during use. It allows for an extremely secure lock while maintaining a light weight; crucial for larger knives like the Bareknuckle so they don't weigh you down as an EDC blade. A reversible, deep-carry clip rounds out the knife's handles, ensuring ambidextrous carry and use for any cutting task.

The Bareknuckle carries with it a legendary history, but it's more than ready to carve out its own. Pick up Kershaw's new high-performance, made in the USA EDC knife at the link below.

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Ridge Commuter Backpack and Card Case

When you're constantly on the move, the last thing you want is a bag that slows you down. Whether it's because the bag is too big and bulky for crowded city sidewalks, or it just isn't designed for the active EDCer, lugging your gear around can be a serious drag. But Ridge's Commuter Backpack was designed for your busy lifestyle in mind, giving you enough space to operate without being too big, and smart, thoughtful features that work with the tech you carry to make for a seamless experience. And because the Commuter is brought to you by the designers who put together the popular Ridge Wallet, it shares a similar minimalist aesthetic that looks great without drawing too much undue attention when you're in public. Combined with Ridge's power bank and phone case wallet, your daily tech is covered.

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9 Last-Minute Holiday Gift Ideas and Deals

With the holidays a couple of weeks away, holiday shopping is about to hit a frenzied pitch. But it's not too late to have some awesome EDC gifts shipped at your convenience just in time for the celebrations to start. We've put together a list of last-minute gift ideas for that special EDCer in your life (including yourself!), that are not only shipping for free, but come with some great deals, too. Read on to see the list below, and don't miss out the chance to jump on the last-minute steals!

Decadent Minimalist DM1 Wallet

There's no shortage of wallets out there that are slim enough to be called “minimalist,” but few designs put in the extra effort to be minimal in their construction, too. Once you throw elastic bands, screws, stitching, or even spring-loaded levers into the mix, there's a chance any of those components can fail. The Decadent Minimalist DM1 is an example of simplicity at its finest. It's CNC-machined from a single piece of metal to carry your essential cards in a slim, lightweight package without screws, straps, and other moving parts that can jam or break. And with a new money clip accessory, it's got you covered if you carry cash, too.

Ridge Titanium Summit Knife

At its very core, the everyday carry knife is a simple tool built for regular tasks. However, that simplicity often tends to get lost in modern knife design. You've probably seen a few knives out there billed as suited for EDC yet sporting needlessly busy design with complicated ergonomics. They might look pretty in your hand, or in a display case, but can't help you get the job done when you need it. That's why Ridge leaned the other direction with their practical and minimalist Summit Knife. As a new release from the same team behind the ever-popular Ridge minimalist metal wallets, the Summit leverages a smart, no-frills design to give you a premium compact EDC folder that's ready to get to work.

The uncomplicated design of the Summit has an understated elegance that makes it unique. At a length of 3.9 inches when closed, the handle gives you enough surface area to get a full grip without being too big for your pockets. Its design also makes it pair well with the Ridge Wallet, a big plus if you already EDC one.  And because the handle is made of grade 5 titanium, it's strong and durable while being ultra-resistant to corrosion. There's a notch in the handle that exposes the right-handed manual thumbstud opening for the blade. That notch makes identifying and manipulating that thumbstud an easy task, even in the dark. With just one flick, the 3.25” D2 tool steel blade is revealed, and held in place by the titanium frame lock. The D2 steel provides excellent edge retention, and the drop-point design makes for a good all-around cutting tool for your daily tasks. When work is complete, you can close the blade up and make the Summit disappear into your pockets thanks to its stainless steel deep-carry pocket clip.

If you're looking for a no-nonsense knife that gives you the performance and premium materials you demand for everyday carry without all of the fuss, look no further than the Summit Knife. It's available in two different colorways: black with a silver-finished blade, and a more discreet gunmetal design that blacks out the blade and the pocket clip. And with a two year guarantee, you can rest assured that the Summit can reliably handle what you throw at it. For a limited time only, you can also save 10% off on the Summit Knife by purchasing it at the link below and using code EDC10 at checkout.

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