9 Everyday Carry Essentials: Vintage Designs

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Let’s check out some vintage-style gear that will immediately improve your quality of living, shall we? The theme of today’s Everyday Carry Essentials roundup is vintage/throwback style. These timeless designs may come from yesteryear but they’re just as slick today as they were back then, and they’ve all got modern upgrades to make them even better.

First up we see the ‘1960 Forgotten Miracle‘ t-shirt which pays homage to the 1960 U.S. Olympic hockey team that went undefeated (7-0-0) and defeated the Soviet Union in the semifinals before advancing to win the gold medal at Squaw Valley. This was Team USA’s first Olympic Hockey gold medal and this shirt is a comfortable and stylish tribute to that win. Elsewhere on the roundup, we see some throwback Saucony trainers. That Opinel No. 10 pocket knife has been made by the same manufacturer since 1890. Then check out that dope 90s Might Ducks snapback that’s desperately been missing from my life. Further down the list, we see a sick backpack, money clip, classic pilot’s watch, and more!

[1] 1960 Forgotten Miracle Tee [$34]

[2] Flint and Tinder Stonewashed Black Jeans [$118]

[3] Saucony Jazz Original Vintage Trainers (Sale) [$45]

[4] Opinel Slim Line No. 10 Bubinga Pocket Knife [$30]

[5] Classic Mighty Ducks Snapback [$29]
[6] Filson Ranger Backpack (27L) in Otter Green [$225]

[7] Studebaker Bessemer Money Clip in American Brass [$68]

[8] Laco Aachen 42 Watch in Blue (Sale) [$369]

[9] Red Wing Heritage Pioneer Belt [$89]

I publish a new edition of the ‘Everyday Carry‘ essentials roundup Monday through Thursday here at BroBible with the ‘Things We Want‘ gear guide going out on Fridays. If you know of a product that should be featured here you can hit me up on email at cass@brobible.com, or find me on Twitter at @casspa. Or if you’ve got an idea for a daily theme I should touch on then hit me up!

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