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For EDC gear and beyond, check out all of these cool gadgets and bags. Read reviews on urban everyday carry gear and learn what items you should never be without.

12 06, 2015

The Leatherman Surge

By | June 12th, 2015|Friday Survival Gear Reports|0 Comments

The Leatherman Surge is the latest offering from Leatherman. Think of it as the higher functioning younge brother to the famous Leatherman New Wave (80s sold separately). Important tool additions the Surge enjoys the New Wave lacked: A saw Improved shears Electrical Crimper Stranded-wire Cutter A blade exchanger The big advantage of the Surge is [...]

13 10, 2014

E116: Flashlights — Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know

By | October 13th, 2014|Urban Survival Podcast Episodes|3 Comments

In this episode Aaron interviews Marshall of GoingGear.com.... on flashlights. Yes! A whole episode dedicated to flashlights. Listen now...

29 11, 2013

Tactical Poncho

By | November 29th, 2013|Featured, Friday Survival Gear Reports|7 Comments

Think Ponchos aren't exciting? Maybe you've never seen the Hazard4 Poncho Villa Technical Soft Shell Poncho. (Not to be confused with Pancho Villa--the Mexican Revolutionary General.) I've always carried a Poncho in my BOB and car bag. I like them because they're more versatile than a rain coat and fit over gear--not just your body. But, admittedly, [...]

30 11, 2012

Ti2 Sentinel

By | November 30th, 2012|Friday Survival Gear Reports|0 Comments

Ti2 Sentinel puts a new design spin on an old caching idea. And to be frank, it seems pretty darn awesome. Kicking around Kick Starter has become a bit of a distraction for me. I love seeing creative entrepreneurs/inventors/self starters bring their ideas to life. And then become successful with them, of course. So digging [...]

26 10, 2012

Boker Plus Vox Access Tool

By | October 26th, 2012|Friday Survival Gear Reports|1 Comment

Key Chain EDC tools are like crack in the survival and tactical worlds. Among the items on the market are things like screw drivers, lighters, ferro rods, protective capsules, tweezers, and bottle openers (for after the task gets done of course). But there's one more that's especially popular: Mini Pry Bars. And at some point [...]