EDC Update (Every Day Carry)

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My EVERY DAY CARRY (EDC) setup follows a tiered system approach. Rather than just thinking about having “all” of my EDC items on my person at all times, I like to think of them as multiple levels based on my clothing options and specific need. This helps me stay organized with what I decide to carry on my person at all times as well as adds a level of redundancy, in the rare care that an particular item is lost or forgotten. Here is a list of the Tiers and categories:

1. Tier 1: Core Items
2. Tier 2: Tools
3. Tier 3: Survival, Redundancy and Miscellaneous Items
4. Tier 4: Urban EDC Backpack

I try to keep the majority of my EDC items compact and realistic. Rather than carry 4 knives and paracord bracelets, I try to carry practical items that I am more likely to use and don’t scream “tactical”. There are a few rules that I try to adhere to:

1. No Fanny Pack
2. No Batman Utility Belt
3. Can’t rely on Tactical Pants
4. No Bulky Keychain
5. No “Tactical Jewelry” (not including a watch)

The specific categories and tiers should not be considered a universal gold standard in regard to EDC. Everyone’s EDC is specific to their personal needs. However, I feel that this tiered system could be altered and leveraged to other peoples specific EDC requirements. Most people have a personal preferences on gear manufactures and style, however the categories are usually similar to what is documented in this tiered system.

 

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