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Feminine but not girly. Quality over quantity. That's the ethos behind Victoria's (@sh_e.d.c) carry. A musician and photographer from Orange County, California, Victoria first got into EDC after gifting her friend with a blacked out ZT, and that led to her first Spyderco Para 3 – and as they say, the rest is history. Read on for Victoria's full rig rundown, and find out what other knives she has her eye on!
I love color in my EDC, and it’s easy to see that in my photos, but most of the color doesn’t come from my knives or tools. I usually accessorize with pops of color, and my custom hank from MCMD Hankery is a perfect example of that.
Something that always appeals to me when it comes to selecting EDC items, is uniqueness. I have only been in EDC for a year, and I discovered Urban EDC Supply very early on.
I care about blade steel. Love me some Elmax. But my favorite items are handmade, small batch or one of a kind, or customized to my taste. I want people to be able to look at my photos or my gear, and immediately know who it belongs to. I like a feminine aesthetic, but not girly. And always quality over quantity.
I got into EDC when I was trying to select the perfect gift for a friend. I decided to buy a knife but when I went to decide on what knife, I found this whole world of everyday carry and started watching Blade HQ videos over lunch and learning about blade steel and grinds and scale materials and I was hooked.
I bought him a Zero Tolerance 0450 carbon fiber, all blacked out. About a month went by, and I decided that if he got a nice knife, I deserved to have one too. I bought a plain jane Spyderco Para 3 and… let’s just say that escalated quickly.
I live in Orange County, California and I’m a musician and photographer. I am very entrepreneurial and I’m currently in the process of setting up a knife modding business with someone who has the equipment and expertise to do almost anything with knives. So I guess I’m here to stay.
I love to travel, and I like hiking around and finding great photo spots. I love video gaming, music, reading, and last year I made a thousand loaves of bread to sell and donate for people quarantined due to covid.
Favorite EDC tool:
My favorite piece of the featured carry is the custom dagger made by Scorpion 6. I love that it’s family made in the US.
What's on my gear radar:
As far as EDC items that I have my eye on, I am looking forward to a new knife made by Scorpion 6 knives called the LR-1, designed particularly with ladies in mind (worth checking out!). Someday I want a transient from HMC Knives. And I love working with KC Gray knives. He makes beautiful things and always seems to know what I would like. So many knives, so little time :)
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A modern day pirate, Brad (@screaminpirate.edc) hails from Greenville, South Carolina and works on firewalls when he's not swashbuckling out at sea. An avid photographer and YouTube video reviewer, Brad also shares his thoughts on all thing EDC on his channel. Read on for the full screamin' rig rundown, and find out what item is Brad's favourite tool in his arsenal.