Welcome to the Urban EDC Showcase! Each week, we feature one member of the EDC community and the gear they rely on every day. Want to be featured? Submit your gear photo.
Jacob (@jakesedc) first got into EDC through a friend who gifted him his first knife. Since then, he has been hooked and his EDC has gradually evolved with time. As a fan of Swiss Army Knives, Jacob is looking to add more vintage variants to his rotation. Read on to find out about his obsession with Swiss Army Knives and what’s next on his gear radar.
Favorite EDC Tool:
My favorite EDC is definitely the Swiss Army knives. The different colors and styles make them very fun and collectible. In fact, I base all the other items I carry around my Swiss Army Knives.
Next On Your Gear Radar:
The next item on my radar will definitely be more vintage Swiss Army Knives. Seeing the patina and age in each one gives them more character and makes them unique.
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As the owner of a wedding centre, Ben’s (@thefoxandowl_edc) responsibilities range from caring for the grounds and gardens to running weddings and functions. As such, his daily carry has been continuously refined to meet the demands of his diverse workload. Read on to learn all about Ben’s highly capable EDC, and how he does it all and still look good while doing so.
Talk about having a dream job! Having made his own beer, cider and mead since 2005, Bjorn (@btb_toolsngear) is now the Brand Director for a Homebrewing Supply company near Minneapolis. Aside from homebrewing, Bjorn is also an avid outdoorsman and has played the guitar for over 30 years. Read on to learn all about Bjorn’s diverse interests and find out what piece of gear he’s gunning for next.
From Malaysia, Daniel (@time_tyro) works as a Senior Brand Manager for a telecommunications company. Working in an office environment, he opts for classy gentleman knives that are more discreet to blend in better. Read on to learn about Daniel's four different blades and how he chooses the right tools for the right job.