Looking To Get Back Into Shape? Here’s 10 Everyday Carry Essentials To Help You Along The Way

getting back into shape everyday essentials

With warm weather around the corner, it’s perfectly natural to start thinking about your beach body or lack thereof. For anyone looking to get into shape or get back into shape, I wanted to put these everyday essentials on your radar to help guide you along the way to achieving your best physical self. If anything catches your eye, you can follow the product links and purchase these before they’re gone!

First up today is the world class Marathon Arctic MSAR Watch w/ Rubber Strap [$700] which is medium-sized diver’s watch that’s been overhauled to be more lightweight than ever. This impeccable watch runs on a ETA F06 high-torque quartz movement with three jewels and the Tritium lume tubes at hour markers and on hour and minutes hands.

If you’re ready to pound the pavement and put in some miles as you seek to regain that Summer Beach Body then you’ll want to start with the Asics Tarther Blast Running Shoes [$100]. They feature heritage details that pay homage to classic Asics styles, soft and cushioned EVA midsole construction, and a mesh upper with perforated accents at the toe and synthetic leather overlays.

getting back into shape everyday essentials

I’ve been absolutely loving the Janji Runterra Active Tee [$48]. I picked it up about two weeks ago in this same color and have worn it a few times, the fabric feels amazing. It’s a high-performance shirt built for running or chilling out and it’s constructed from a blend of 75% supima® cotton and 25% 37.5® polyester. Janji’s commitment to sustainable materials and responsible manufacturing come together in this fast-drying and thermo-regulating high-tech shirt you’re going to love.

You can pair that shirt with the all-new Janji Transit Tech Shorts – Linerless 6″ [$74]. These all-purpose shorts come in three colorways (Iron, Ranger, and Thunderhead) and the shell is a blend of 88% polyester and 12% spandex. I scooped these shorts when I got that shirt above and I’m almost embarrassed to admit how often I’ve been wearing the shorts. I’m hooked. They are treated with a durable water repellent (DWR) finish to shed light rain, built from a two-way fabric that’s designed to move naturally with your body, and the double-weave interior facing design prevents the fabric from sticking to sweaty skin while you hit the trails or go for a run. I’ve mostly been wearing them around the house but they really are built to tackle everything.

Next we see the Forged Carbon Wallet + Money Clip [$115] which is a sick new design from The Ridge Wallet and it’s built to strike the balance between a minimalist wallet and a bi-fold. It holds between 1-12 cards in the carbon fiber plates, features RFID-blocking tech, and the modular design allows you to swap out the elastic cash strap for a money clip any time. The slim profile fits easily into your pocket without taking up any unnecessary space.

getting back into shape everyday essentials

Here we’ve got the The Cache River Bit Driver [$60] which is an incredibly handy everyday carry tool to have with you. This is one of those items that’s never nearby when I need it. The low-profile form factor designed specifically for everyday pocket carry and it features lightweight aluminum construction with a durable anodized finish. It has ball bearing pivot for smooth driving action and the magnetic bit attachment point keeps it firmly in place when it’s in use. As I said, this is just a clutch tool to have with you most times.

Next up is the Tactica M.020 Camping Tool Card [$35] which is an incredibly awesome and useful multi-tool you can tuck right into your wallet. On this compact credit card-sized tool you’ll get a Ferro rod fire starter, flat screwdriver, rope cutter, can opener, rope tensioner, tent leg puller, scraper, mini saw, and even a sundial! This is one of those super useful multi-tools that’s great to have on hand in a pinch but it’s perfect for camping.

The Holcombe Carabiner [$45] is super lightweight at only 8 grams and features a dual compartment locking system to ensure all of your EDC items remain secure. It also features an All Things® scraper and flat head screwdriver added at the end of the carabiner.

getting back into shape everyday essentials

We round it out today with the YETI Rambler 18oz Bottle Chug Top [$30] which is the exact bottle I drink from every single day to stay hydrated. For whatever reason, I find I drink more water out of this bottle than any other one that I’ve ever owned. If you’re on the boat all day in the hot sun you’ll want to stay hydrated with this excellent bottle!

Last up today we’re looking at the Jaybird Tarah Pro Headphones [$130] which are waterproof + sweatproof and ideal for working out. They have a 14-hour rechargeable battery which also makes them excellent headphones for your daily commute and travel. These provide world-class sound and you can workout as hard as you’d ever want to in them.

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!

getting back into shape everyday essentials

[1] Marathon Arctic MSAR Watch w/ Rubber Strap [$700]

[2] Asics Tarther Blast Running Shoes [$100]

[3] Janji Runterra Active Tee [$48]

[4] Janji Transit Tech Shorts – Linerless 6″ [$74]

[5] Forged Carbon Wallet + Money Clip [$115]

[6] The Cache River Bit Driver [$60]

[7] Tactica M.020 Camping Tool Card [$35]

[8] The Holcombe Carabiner [$45]

[9] YETI Rambler 18oz Bottle Chug Top [$30]

[10] Jaybird Tarah Pro Headphones [$130]

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 cass@brobible.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 cass@brobible.com

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