April 10, 2020

I put together a killer work-from-home carry, and wanted to share it with you. 

Reate Starboy - This beefy blade is a bit bigger than I would typically go for. But, I find that the swooping nature of the handle is quite comfortable in hand. The RWL-34 blade holds a great edge, and I love the action on it. I would definitely recommend this one.

Playge Asym Prybar - Clay Ferguson is a great designer, and I personally love his work. I typically carry a Zach Wood prybar that was gifted to me, but I decided to give the Playge Asym a try this week. I love the way this looks, and I have been keeping it on my desk to open mail and other around-the-house tasks. It even helped me open a can of paint to tackle the next thing on my honey-do list! 

Shire Post Mint I Win / You Lose Decision Maker Coin -  Truthfully, the only downside to this coin, is that it typically can only be used once on the same person. I used it yesterday actually to get out of doing the dishes, but I fear that won't work again. She saw both sides! Shire Post Mint has a lot of fun with their designs, and you can tell. I love this nickel coin, and can't wait to use it on my next unsuspecting victim. 

Also pictured is the Handgrey H Series Carabiner which I just got, and can't wait to setup with keys on it. Lastly, the Hinderer Investigator Pen in titanium. I love how the blue matches my pry, and the titanium keeps the pen light. This pen has put in work, from writing endless to-do lists, to even opening a box in a pinch. 

There you have it - my perfect work from home carry. Hope it inspires you! Shop my carry below, and post your work-from-home carry on Instagram and tag us to be featured!


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