A gray man blends in with his surroundings, becoming forgettable—another face in the crowd. Clothing can either help you disappear, or make you stand out. Let’s take a look at why clothing is so important, how to determine the right clothing to wear, and how to be intentional about the gear you carry.
You decipher events on a daily basis already, even though you may not be aware of it. You may have a “gut feeling” about a person, and change your actions because of it. Second in our 5-part series “Being a gray man,” we introduce you to situational awareness, what it means to the gray man and 3 steps to start practicing it today.
You are already intentional about your EDC. You believe in taking personal responsibility for yourself and those you love. But, how do you start to get into a mindset that prepares you for both the mundane and the intense moments of life? First in our 5-part series “Being a gray man,” we explore what the gray man theory is, what a gray man is, and why it should apply to you.
We wanted to put together a TSA-Friendly EDC Kit that you could take with you in a backpack, purse or brief case so you have it on your person and accessible, even when traveling via airplane. You’ll need to modify this based on the duration of your trip, time of year, weather, who you are traveling with and your destination, but we hope it gives you guidance on the type of gear you should consider packing.
The first of our two-part series on traveling domestically via air, we take a look at why it’s important to plan ahead for the unexpected. The goal of everyday carry is to be prepared, aware and intentional. Let’s look at how to apply your mental EDC by planning ahead of time for the restrictive environment of airplane travel.
The final installment of our 3-part series, Carrying cash as part of your EDC, we look at ways to carry cash in each of the three tiers of everyday carry (Primary, Secondary and Extended). A big part of an intentional EDC is redundancy and cash is still king, so make sure you have it with you at all times.
Second in our 3-part series, Carrying cash as part of your EDC, we look at how much to carry in each of the three tiers of everyday carry (primary, secondary and extended). EDC is all about redundancy and cash is still king.
Having redundancy is a key part of everyday carry (EDC). Payment methods (cash, credit and debit) are no exception. First in our 3-part series, Carrying cash as part of your EDC, we look at six reasons why you should.