This is version 2 of my vagabonding EDC gear kit for international travel and urban everyday carry. Equipped on my person at all times.
An EDC kit is a constantly evolving, ever-changing set of gear that should be customized for the person’s preferences and situational needs.
Hitcase Pro + iPhone //
Other than the fact that I’m a digital nomad, the iPhone is my most used gear because of my love for photography. Encased in the amazing Hitcase Pro case, I can take it to any environment (including deep underwater) offering tank-like protection and GoPro-like wide angle action shots.
Shard Tool //
About the size of a house key, this solid single piece of steel is probably the most useful multi-tool in the most simple form. Effectively a pry-bar, bottle opener, flat driver, phillips head driver but can creatively be used as many other tools. Airplane safe and accepted for carry-on EDC gear.
Dime Tool //
Made by Gerber, this multi-tool is the smallest of its kind but retains the functionality of a full sized one. Has 10 specific tools for a variety of needs great for minimal or lightweight urban EDC. The only thing missing is a screwdriver but the Shard Tool compliments it perfectly.
The most ergonomic, comfortable and minimal “backpack” available. This holster has evolved my EDC gear system to a new level. Wearable at all times regardless of the activity, it’s like adding seamless pockets on your person. The bag to use when you don’t want to use one. Read my review.
Covert EDC Necklace //
I wanted a secure and seamless way to carry some very small but vital items without using traditional pockets or a bag, something I can have on my person literally at all times. In response, I made this pure titanium cache necklace. It usually holds my backup SERE kit and also bypasses metal detection.