February 07, 2020

I got great reviews on the Weekly Carry email from a few weeks back, and am going to do it more frequently for you all! This week, I put together a bronze-inspired carry. It is my favorite metal after all! 

Alliance Designs Pat Hammond Scout  – This knife is on the smaller end, but makes for a great office carry. At just around 2.3" the RWL-34 blade fires out on bearings. Plus, the bronze anodization really drew my eye. 

Ti2 Designs Super Shorty  – This pen might be brass, but that patina hits the mark! The magnetic cap on this pen makes it a no brainer for me. It is easy to easy to open, easy to post, and I don't have to worry about it opening in my pocket. Not to mention, the Lazar etch that Mike put on these is fantastic!

T&P Ti-Breaker – I learned early on in knife collecting, to never pry with a knife. Not only will you lose the tip, but you can really hurt yourself. Enter, the T&P Ti-Breaker. I prefer almost all of my tools to have clips, so when I saw the deep carry clip on T&P's latest creation, I knew I needed to have one. It hasn't disappointed me yet. In fact, I had to fish it out of the wall in the kitchen with a hanger after peeling some tiles off. But luckily, it is back in my pocket! 

Carpe Diem EDC Tempus Fugit Curio – Jim Wirth is a good friend, and I always try to carry his gear. It isn't hard with a design like the Tempus Fugit Curio. This bronze skull has been in my pocket all week, reminding me to keep pushing, because we only have one shot at the thing we call life. It is incredibly humbling. 

Urban Organizer Mini - Last but not least, my wallet. This was one of my first purchases from Urban EDC, before I even worked here! The small profile, while still housing my cards, cash, and gear is a game changer.

Want to read more like this? Sign up for our Spontaneous Fun Mailing List!


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in Urban EDC Showcase

Showcase #336: Cross Country Runner and Mechanic from Oklahoma
Showcase #336: Cross Country Runner and Mechanic from Oklahoma

May 24, 2022

“Hello, my name is Corban (@hideandgrit) and I love multi-tools.” With that out of the way, we can delve into Corban’s impressive collection of Leatherman tools, ranging from the compact Micra to the innovative Free P4. When he’s not working on his collection, Corban also works with leather (Horween leather in particular). Read on for the full story and find out how he deploys his different tools in his day-to-day. 

Read More
Showcase #335: IT Director from Connecticut, USA
Showcase #335: IT Director from Connecticut, USA

May 17, 2022

Living and breathing knives and firearms, Ross (@swiss.ross) works as the Senior Director of IT for the National Shooting Sports Foundation (who owns and runs SHOT Show). Read on to learn all about Ross’s EDC and find out how he once sliced his thumb off with his first Victorinox Tinker.
Read More
Showcase #334: Global Program Manager and Analyst from Phoenix, Arizona
Showcase #334: Global Program Manager and Analyst from Phoenix, Arizona

May 10, 2022

Samantha (@sharpxsweet) knows knives. Growing up with a dad who's a prepper and survivalist, she received her first knife (a Spyderco Navigator) at age 13 – which ignited her lifelong obsession with knives and tools. Besides collecting knives, Samantha also enjoys hiking, camping, and driving her Jeep out to the middle of nowhere with her son to escape the hustle and bustle. Read on for the full rig rundown of Samantha's sharp and sweet carry.
Read More