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Another simple, useful, effective EDC assortment. Check out everything Adrien is packing at Everyday Carry . . .


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  1. The details are different– different flashlight, different gun, I put a phone in my phone case– but my EDC is similar.

    • Sometimes you need to write something down to give to someone else.

      I don’t know from “Field Notes” but I do still carry a little notebook and a pen around.

      It’s faster than fiddling with my phone, and I don’t care about how filthy/greasy/wet/slippery my hands are, either. Especially if I’m 70 feet in the air when the need to write something brilliant down occurs to me. Or that we’re out of juice.

    • I carry a generic dollar store notebook and a bic pen with me every day. I work out dailey and I log my times, weights, mileage, etc. That way I have a record of what I’ve done so I don’t do duplicate stuff. When I go to see my doctor I have notes to show him my progress.

      Being organised helps. In the last 10 years I’ve lost over 60 pounds without the yo-yo dieting that is so common. My weight comes off, sometimes only small amounts, and it stays off.

      And sometimes I just write stuff down for a store run or similar activity.

  2. Finally!

    Got back to serious operators with field notes. Now he just need a tournequet wrapped around his key fob.

    Just kidding. Nice carry stuff.

  3. I’ve noticed a surprising number of Field Notes notepads in the Pocket Dump of the Day recently. These are made and sold by a well-known designer named Aaron Draplin. What you all need to know is that Draplin is extremely anti-Second Amendment. I’m a designer in NC and attended one of his presentations last year. When he wasn’t talking design was praising Obama and making cheap shots at the NRA and gun owners. I just think you guys need to know who you’re supporting. His notepads are nothing special and the the ones I’ve seen aren’t even well made. Please take your business elsewhere. He thinks all of you are slack-jawed rednecks.

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