0

Your Cart is Empty

November 10, 2015

Welcome to the Urban EDC Showcase! Each week, we feature one member from our community and the gear they rely on everyday. Want to be featured? Submit your gear photo

This week's edition features Zak (@zj_hawk) from Fort Collins, Colorado. Fun fact about this shot...it was taken after Zak donated his blood at a local blood drive. Way to go Zak!

Featured Tools:

Utility Knife: Rexford R.U.T.
R.U.T. Sheath: Scout Leather Co.
Lanyard bead: Scoopy Loops
Knife: Grimsmo Norseman
Bottle Scalper: Nicholl Knives
Pen: Ti2 Design TechLiner

Background:

Zak is a student at the University of Kansas studying Business Management with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship. He loves fly-fishing, hiking, backpacking, bush-crafting, photography, leatherwork, lacrosse, and of course, EDC gear!

Favorite EDC Tool:

Zak's favorite EDC tool is his Grimsmo Norseman, which he received from a friend almost a year ago. It's his favorite because this knife opened him up to the passionate knife community, where he has met countless folks who share the same passion in knives and general everyday carry gear! He tells us that he's very fortunate to have found such a great community.


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in Urban EDC Showcase

Showcase #152: Musician and Guitar Luthier from Chicago, Illinois
Showcase #152: Musician and Guitar Luthier from Chicago, Illinois

October 17, 2018

From Chicago, Illinois, Joe (@terrificknifeguy) sells and restores guitars while also writing and playing in an instrumental rock band called Versus The Giant. Joe astutely traded a few Pokemon cards for his first SAK Cadet, and eventually graduated to a Spyderco PM2 which changed everything. Read on to find out all about Joe’s carry, music and what he’s hankering after next.

Read More
Showcase #151: Leather Craftsman from Morgantown, WV
Showcase #151: Leather Craftsman from Morgantown, WV

October 10, 2018

From Morgantown, WV, Jason (@monkmadegoods) creates some of the finest and most functional leather goods by hand. The name “Monk Made” was informed by his interest in psychology and philosophy and inspired by those who work hard to take and shape their own paths. Read on for Jason’s ever-evolving daily carry and learn about his transition from legal counselor to leather craftsman.

Read More
Showcase #150: Full-time Creative from South Central Kentucky
Showcase #150: Full-time Creative from South Central Kentucky

October 03, 2018

As a full-time creative, Anthony's (@anthonyawaken) artistic flair and eye for detail are evident in his minimal yet highly functional and stylish carry. Read on to learn how Anthony combines his hobby with his work and find out what’s next on his gear radar.
Read More
Next Gear Drop: 10/24 at 12PM PT

or 4 interest-free payments of $ 0
by