MODL’s stretchy straps can be used to bind objects together. They come in 8″ and 16″ lengths and connect with a special metal link. The shorter version can be worn as a bracelet, and you can link multiple straps together using studs. Most colors can hold up to 70 pounds, while the glow-in-the-dark ones hold 40 pounds. Sold in packs of 2, 4, 8, or 16 straps.
This accessory from Japan’s Root Co. clips onto your belt loop or bag strap and holds gear weighing up to 7.5 pounds. It also has a built in magnet, and its retractable tether can extend up to 33.5″ – though load-bearing capacity is reduced with the line drawn out. They also make a smaller model, the Mag-Reel SQR Lite and a round version with a carabiner clip.
Here’s another sweet-looking piece of gear from Dango’s Ultem collection. This compact compass is perfect on a keychain or in your pants’ fifth pocket. It features a CNC-machined body fabricated from durable, heat-resistant plastic in translucent gold. The liquid-filled compass will last for years and help guide your way no matter where life takes you.
Radius Outfitters makes this organizer box for overlanding. It’s ideal for small equipment like first aid items, flashlights, cameras, snacks, and utensils. It’s made from a durable ballistic material with a rigid top and bottom, a removable lid with a magnetic catch, and leather handles. Includes six dividers for customizing.
This portable gadget uses its battery’s energy to help keep your hands warm. Its body is designed to fit comfortably in the hand and can generate warmth for up to 9 hours. It has six heat settings up to 120ºF, and its 5200 mAh battery pack can charge phones and other devices via its USB port.
Carbon fiber is one of our favorite materials thanks to its low weight, durability, and technical aesthetics. Everyday Carry’s The Loadout showcases a collection of five great pocket accessories, all incorporating real carbon fiber. Do you prefer the woven style of the Ridge wallet or the forged look of the Victorinox pocket knife?
Spending time outdoors is one of the best things you can do to clear your mind. Whether you’re camping, hiking, or enjoying other outdoor activities, you need the proper equipment for comfort and protection from the elements. Here’s our list of some of the best camping and outdoor gear you can buy, from camp kitchens to camping tools to backpack coolers.
This unique pocket lighter features a circular grip that allows for it to be comfortably held in both an upright and inverted position. That makes it easier to use for lighting candles or fires without burning your fingers. The angled flame port directs the flame where you want it, and it’s easily refillable with butane.
We’ve recommended lots of gear and gadgets over the years, but we have to give an extra shout-out to Everyday Carry’s special product list, which celebrates exceptional EDC made by companies owned and operated by the brave individuals who help defend and protect America. Thank you for your service.
These cloth wraps are designed to protect cameras, electronics, and other delicate equipment from damage. Unlike other wraps, these have no hardware fasteners and are made from a fine hook-and-loop material that sticks to itself. The inside is a soft cloth that won’t scratch screens or glass. Available in three sizes.
Gear up for the holidays with Everyday Carry’s 2022 gift guide. It’s jam-packed with great gift ideas for organizers, tools, knives, flashlights, backpacks, tech gadgets, and more. Whether your gift recipient is rugged and outdoorsy, a road warrior, or an urban professional, there’s something for everyone on your list.
The brewers of Shiner beer want to remind you that “beer tastes better outdoors” so they teamed up with Magellan Outdoors to create a bunch of limited-edition gear. We especially dig the party-sized cooler, the sorta-bottle-shaped mummy sleeping bag, cornhole set, tailgating canopy, and – hold my beer – keg-shaped charcoal grill.
After the end of every month, Everyday Carry compiles a list of the gear their readers clicked on and liked the most. For March 2022, we’ve got not one or two but six very different kinds of knives, two tactical flashlights, a modern pen, and a classic dress watch. We love the grenade look on that ReyLight Pineapple Ti Min.
Nanuk’s wheeled hard-sided case is perfect for traveling with cameras and lenses, drones, or other delicate equipment. It’s a TSA-compliant 22″ x 14″ x 9″, and can be kitted out with a cubed foam insert, a zippered lid organizer, a padded divider, or purchased empty. Nanuk makes specialized cases as well.
A cheap and versatile alternative to metal carabiners, these lightweight plastic clips are designed to slide through MOLLE webbing or belt loops, offering a way to hang small accessories like pouches, hats, gloves, and more. Snaps closed securely, and won’t ever rust like metal clips.
Everyday Carry looks back at the most popular gear with their users from the last month, and the collection includes several great pocket knives, sunglasses, a gear pouch, multi-tool, and a flashlight. We’re particularly taken by the Spyderco Para Military 2 folding knife – a powerhouse cutting tool in a compact package.
Everyday Carry looks back at the past year for the ten most popular tools, knives, flashlights, and gadgets, based on reader interest. Among them are the Leatherman FREE T4 multitool, the CRK Pilar knife, and the Nitecore TIP SE flashlight, all of which would make great additions to any pocket tool collection.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday might be over, but the deals are still going. Our friends at Everyday Carry have an up-to-date list of great bargains on gifts for gear hounds. Whether you’re looking for tools, knives, bags, wallets, watches, flashlights, or bags, they’ve got you covered.
Every month, our friends at Everyday Carry tally up the most popular gear featured on their site, based on viewership. The selection from August 2021 includes some great tools like the Leatherman Skeletool CX, the CRKT Pilar pocket knife, and the Olight i3T EOS Ti flashlight, each of which we’d be happy to have in our daily loadout.