We are diving right into this hand-picked collection of the best everyday carry gear for men. This roundup of 10 EDC essentials all feature some elements of Red, White, and Blue, our nation’s great colors. You can pick up the whole collection or pick and choose your favorites by following any of the links below!
On the top right we see the LIV Rebel-DDC Cobalt, this is powered by a Swiss-made function featuring a Ronda Caliber Z60. This rare watch was limited to a production run of only 1,500 pieces so you’ll be in rarefied company with it. Each pair of the Shwood Francis Sunglasses takes 65 steps and 3+ hours to make by hand. This set includes a travel case + microfiber cleaning cloth and offers 100% UVA/UVB protection. The CR39 lenses offer top-shelf glare reduction and eye protection.
In the center, we’ve got a very special limited-release from a Budweiser x Highly Clutch collaboration. The Moon Life Budweiser Tri-Blend Tee pays tribute to the 50th anniversary of the NASA Moon Landing with custom artwork. You can pair that shirt with your new Revtown USA Jeans. These are some of the best jeans you’ll find anywhere and they’re an absolute steal at that price point. They also come in an array of colors and fits for you to choose from.
Over on the right, we start with the Dreaded Weave Ironwood + Coral Damascus Knife from Santa Fe Stoneworks which features a 16-layer Damascus Steel blade that’s one of the sharpest around. This heirloom-quality knife is made in Santa Fe, New Mexico and built to be passed down through the generations.
The Arizona ironwood details are stunning. Then we have the Patagonia Duckbill Cap, a mid-crown trucker-style cap that’s perfect for wearing when you workout or for hitting happy hour with a vengeance. I’ve loved this hat ever since Patagonia first released it.
The AA Mini Mag Pro LED Flashlight is a legendary mini flashlight that runs on two AA-batteries and pumps out powerful light with a tactical design in case. It also only weighs 4.16 ounces so it’s pretty darn lightweight.
Apropos of nothing, you never know when you’ll need to channel your cavemen ancestors and make some fire. Perhaps needing a lighter is an everyday occurrence for you. Whatever the case, this Navy Blue Zippo Lighter is a classic design that’s withstood the test of time.
We finish it off today with the Bellroy Tokyo Totepack in Ink Blue, a moderately large backpack with 20-liters of capacity. It’s perfect for everyday use as well as when you’re traveling. There is a 15″ padded laptop sleeve, padded shoulder straps, vertical front pockets, top Pop Pockets for things like water bottles and umbrellas and it’s made from a water-resistant woven fabric in the sleek Ink Blue colorway.
The last item is the Hydro Flask 32 oz. Insulated Water Bottle which holds ‘two proper pints’ of liquid and it keeps drinks cold for up to 24 hours. It has a wide mouth design so you can chug a lot on the go.
Let’s check out today’s gear one more time:
 LIV Rebel-DDC Cobalt [$390]
 Shwood Francis Sunglasses [$149]
 Moon Life x Budweiser Tri-Blend Tee [$27]
 Revtown USA Jeans [$79+]
 Patagonia Duckbill Cap [$29]
 AA Mini Mag Pro LED Flashlight [Buy on Amazon]
 Navy Blue Zippo Lighter [Buy on Amazon]
 Bellroy Tokyo Totepack in Ink Blue [$179]
 Hydro Flask 32 oz. Insulated Water Bottle [$40]
As always, you can pick and choose your favorite items from the list above or you can scoop the entire collection as you see it and REALLY treat yourself. If you 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.
I’m sure most of you have realized this by now, but 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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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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