If you’re having a hard time picking the metal and finish of your Karas Kustoms Pen, we put together a quick guide and video. We look at a few Karas Kustoms Pens, including the Render K, EDK, RETRAKT, and Bolt in several finishes such as copper, brass, tumbled aluminum, and polished aluminum.
Secondary EDC is gear that is carried in a separate bag or container but is still with you as you go about day-to-day life. Learn about this second tier of EDC and get inspiration on what types of gear you should consider as you build a kit unique to you.
Maybe you live in a safe neighborhood in safe town, and you try to be prepared for what can come your way. But, the reality is no matter how “safe” you feel, bad things happen all the time. Learn what travel means to a gray man and how you can be better prepared as you move from one place to another.
There are a few folks who report running into an issue with their EXOTAC titanLIGHTs. Working with the good folks over at EXOTAC, we were able to troubleshoot the problem. Read on about how this small change can let you make the most out of your titanLIGHT.
Option Gray’s founder Cody set out to find the perfect leather wallet. Nothing seemed to fit the bill, so he turned to Huntsville, Alabama’s Makers South to create one from scratch. Five long months and three prototypes later, it was finally done. It hasn’t left his pocket and we are stoked to offer a very small batch in the shop. Follow along as he takes you through his quest to perfect this critical part of his EDC.
Being prepared and having specific tools for specific tasks can prevent inconveniences and annoyances. A little forethought can go a long way. A small and lightweight eating utensil, like a folding titanium spork, can be carried in a bag, in your car, or gear organizer, is a great way to ensure you’re prepared.
Keys are an essential part of life and are likely a critical part of your EDC. Optimizing them for their weight, utility and size is a good way to ensure you’re not carrying around stuff you don’t need, while adding gear that might be able to come in handy while you’re out and about.
Everyday carry refers to the items you carry on an everyday basis, like a pen, wallet, keys, or anything else that’s essential to your daily life. If you carry anything in your pockets, you are already practicing EDC. We’re frequently asked, “How do I build an EDC kit [on top of what I already carry]”? In the first part of our series, we give you the basics of where to start and some ideas of gear to get your creative juices flowing.