Another week, another episode of the EDC Weekly. This time around, we're taking a look at three simple pocket dumps. Aside from a couple solid knives, these EDCs won't break the bank either.Read More
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Built on the same technology as its existing camp stoves, the FirePit can burn either wood or charcoal and has 51 air jets to inject the fire with oxygen. This not only makes the temperature throughout the burn chamber more uniform, it helps reduce smoke. It has a built-in 10,400 mAh battery that will last up to 24 hours and can be recharged via USB or a solar cover that is sold separately ($60).Read More
The James Brands makes some of the prettiest gear on the market. Their designs are unique, the quality is top notch, and the materials are some of the best available. They're typically known for their standout knives -- the Elko, the Chapter, the County, and the Folsom. That said, they've previously released other EDC gear, too, like the Hook.Read More
While the everyday carry origins are rooted deep in firearm and tactical gear, it's slowly morphed into a vast community heavily driven by aesthetic and fashion. That said, it's always good to remember and respect where this flourishing community originated.Read More
ClubTac sent me their Premium subscription box to check out and unbox. While there are some useful items inside, like a Gerber camp axe and survival grenades, there are also quite a few chintzy, novelty filler items.Read More
Whether you're looking for a new camp knife or just another SAK you can toss in your pocket for EDC, this Backcountry knife sale is worth peeking. They've got popular everyday carry items like the CRKT Pilar for 34 percent off its sticker price and the Victorinox Compact Knife for 43 percent off.Read More
The last EDC Weekly of July highlights some of the best knives one can carry. From handmade works from the likes of Jake Hoback and Chris Reeve to Spyderco and Benchmade, these are the best knives submitted to the EDC Weekly in July.
Beware, everything below might put a dent in your wallet. We are not responsible.Read More
I'm a recent utility blade convert. They're super compact and lightweight, low maintenance, and come with very few disadvantages. Plus, you never have to worry about sharpening the blade -- when one dulls, toss it and pop in another. Honestly, it makes perfect sense for everyday carry, which is why I'm happy to see more love for utility blades throughout the community as a whole.Read More
The brains over at Big Idea Design make some of the best EDC gear around with truly novel designs and, usually, out of some of the nicest materials. (Titanium. I'm talking about Titanium. They love it. I love it. You love it.) They’re back at it again with the world’s most adaptable click pen, the Ti Click.Read More
Not every great pocket dumps have to be complicated with insanely expensive gear. Sometimes all it takes is a nice arrangement and a skillful photo. This week, I wanted to showcase some of the best pictures submitted to the EDC Weekly this month. They just so happen to also have some pretty sweet gear in to, as well.
Think yours is better? Submit your EDC here.Read More
It's hard not to have a soft spot for brass. Nothing patinas and still looks classy as hell quite like it. The good news? Everyday carry gear in brass is in abundance. Everything from pens and watches to pry bars and flashlights, brass is a crowd favorite material.
Enter the Brass Carry.
When it comes to backpacking, you don't need to spend a fortune on gear, especially if you're just getting into it. We've seen several quality backpacks go on sale over the last few weeks, including 40L and 70L + 10L backpacks from Mountaintop on Prime Day. Now the 65L pack is on sale as a lightning deal through Amazon.Read More
When it comes to keychain-sized knives, there are normally two ways to carry: toss it on a keyring or let it ride at the bottom of your pocket. Few knives that small come with a pocket clip. A new knife from Relic, however, is different.
The Relic EWC knife features an interchangeable, deep carry pocket clip that, at the press of a button, can be quickly swapped out for a keyring attachment. This also means that if you're keychain carrying, you can press a button to detach the knife from your keys. And the keychain attachment doubles as a bottle opener.
The EWC is 4 inches (10 centimeters) long when closed and weighs just 2.8 ounces (79 grams). The handles are made of 304 stainless steel with a slip joint lock. The 1.5-inch (3.8-centimeter) drop point blade is made of D2 steel.
Relic is currently seeking funding for the EWC knife on Kickstarter. Early bird pricing starts at $50 for the knife with one pocket clip and one key clip, and you can expect delivery in November 2018.
The CRKT Squid is a great starter knife for those looking to get into EDC or a great beater knife that you can abuse while preserving your better steel. It’s currently on sale for its lowest price ever.Read More
Once you start carrying a pry bar in your EDC, you'll never go back. Not only will it save your blade from prying, which it's not really designed to do anyway, they normally also come with an arsenal of tools built right into the design. One of the most recognizable pocket tools and pry bars around today is the Griffin Pocket Tool.Read More
Gerber just dropped the price of a handful of knives for Amazon Prime Day. Now you can grab the Gerber Fullback, a F.A.S.T. 2.0 assisted opening knife, for its lowest price ever. An older model, it normally it hovers around $30.00, but you can grab it for just $20.73 at REI Outlet or $23.99 at Amazon.Read More
Isobutane stoves come in all shapes and sizes. Some are utilitarian, only screwing into the canister and providing a platform on which to cook. Others come with a pot, wind guard and built-in igniter. The Primus ETA Express Stove is one of the latter stoves…Read More