With Spring here, we’re all getting more active by the day. I’ve probably said ‘nature is healing’ more than ever over the past week and I feel like a tool every time but it’s at least nice to get out and about more than the past few months. These essential everyday carry items are here to up your EDC game this Spring. Each of these everyday carry essentials will make your day better from start to finish. If you like what you see, just follow the links to purchase!
The Huckberry x Timex “Cola” Sport Watch [$131, usually $189] is a perfect everyday watch. This is a classic everyday style you can wear with just about anything in your wardrobe. This design was inspired by the legendary military-inspired designs of the 1970s and 1980s. Starting with a blank canvas, Huckberry drew on those styles from the 70s and 80s and went with a military-inspired ‘crosshair’ dial with polished and faceted 6, 9, and 12 markers. This watch is finished with a woven stainless steel bracelet and a functional aluminum timing bezel, the HB x Timex “Cola” Sport Watch is everything you could want in a watch.
Here we’ve got the Onitsuka Tiger California 78 Sneakers [$90] which are incredibly fresh and also come in two colorways. They are built from lightweight suede and mesh upper in a modern style but the retro Sharktooth sole gives them a throwback feel that’s awesome.
The Forty Five Supima Crew Tee [$32] is made from 100% USA-grown Supima cotton which is unmatched in comfort. This shirt is handmade in Los Angeles where it is garment-dyed for additional softness and it’s the ideal length for untucking or tucking. The clean and simple design matched with the feel on your body makes this one of the best men’s tees around.
These Roark Seismic Batik Active Swim Shorts [$62] are LOUD and that’s precisely why I love them. They are elastic boardshorts with a drawstring for an adjustable fit. They’ve got side pockets for your wallet/phone and all that stuff and the hemp blend fabric is super quick-drying. These are a no-brainer for me. Perfect for the beach, boat, pool, lake, and chilling out this Spring and Summer.
The Pike Pocket Knife in Rosewood Brass [$120] is a super limited-edition pocket knife from The James Brand that I needed you gentlemen to know about before it’s gone. Only 300 of the Rosewood Brass model were made and they’ll be gone in no time. This is a modern take on the vintage folding knife design that’s clean and simple but highly functional.
I don’t often include socks in these roundups. Mostly because anytime I do I get a ton of emails about socks I don’t care about. But these Swiftwick Grand Canyon Socks [$19] are perfect for getting after it this Spring and Summer. These are moisture-wicking high-performance socks engineered for Running and Cycling and they feature a wraparound 360° print of a view from Grand Canyon National Park. They’re quick-drying, made in the USA, and offer arch support for when you’re working out.
The Tactica M.100 17-in-1 Multi-Tool [$40] comes in four colors to choose from and it’s a perfect addition to your everyday carry gear collection. This versatile pocket tool is constructed out of sturdy 420 stainless steel, is TSA compliant, and features 17 hand tools from box and bottle openers to hex drivers, wrenches, screwdrivers, and more!
Next up we’ve got the OrbitKey Cactus Leather Key Organizer [$40] which holds between 2 to 7 keys and is there to help you save pocket space in ways you didn’t think was possible. I was first turned onto OrbitKey a few years ago and have been a fan ever since. These really are a great way to ditch conventional keychains which have been around forever and are poorly designed.
We round it out today with the Larq Terra Edition Self Sanitizing Water Bottle [$98] which really is like drinking water (or whatever) out of the future. This bottle features a UV-C LED purification system in the lid that kills 99.999% of bacteria in just 60 seconds. It also has a sleek single-walled construction that you can easily tuck into your backpack for camping or in the cup holder of your car.
Last up is the Filson Dry Backpack (Waterproof) [$175] which is just a useful bag that everyone should check out for their next adventures. Whether you’re camping, boating, hiking, or paddling, the PU-coated 840-denier nylon exterior is waterproof, abrasion-resistant, and flexible to keep all of your gear dry. A dry bag isn’t 100% necessary for everyday use but it really is important for adventures when you need to ensure your stuff doesn’t get soaked. So check it out and have it ready for the right time!
Let us take a look at all of this year’s best everyday carry gear one more time. You can shop the full collection and/or pick and choose any of your favorites by following the product links underneath the image below!
 Huckberry x Timex “Cola” Sport Watch [$131, usually $189]
 Onitsuka Tiger California 78 Sneakers [$90]
 Forty Five Supima Crew Tee [$32]
 Roark Seismic Batik Active Swim Shorts [$62]
 The Pike Pocket Knife in Rosewood Brass [$120]
 Swiftwick Grand Canyon Socks [$19]
 Tactica M.100 17-in-1 Multi-Tool [$40]
 OrbitKey Cactus Leather Key Organizer [$40]
 Filson Dry Backpack (Waterproof) [$175]
I hand-pick a collection of 10 Everyday Carry Essentials each day for you gentlemen and try to keep it as fresh as possible around here. Each day’s roundup of the best everyday carry gear for men includes a combination of apparel, accessories, and gear that are meant to have an immediate impact on your daily life. You can pick and choose your favorites from the collection or shop the complete set, whatever’s best for you. And if you happen to have any accessories or apparel that you believe deserves to be featured here you can always hit me up on Twitter at @casspa or email at email@example.com.
Cass is a partner at BroBible and he’s been found here for the better part of a decade. He’s based out of Florida and you can contact him on Twitter at @casspa or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
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