EDC for TeenagerEDC Teen
Posted 24 October 2013 - 11:24 AM
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Posted 24 October 2013 - 06:25 PM
@AaronK in southern arizona. the handbook clearly states "any blade, jagged edged device, or cutting tool with a blade longer than two and one half inches is striclty prohibited on educational and/or administrative property within b*********i school district."
I've been here 2 years now and this state just keep on getting more awesome!
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Put good in, get good out.
Posted 24 October 2013 - 07:56 PM
So far I just carry on my person, phone, pen, wallet, and rite in the rain notebook, and an Timex Iron man watch.
In my pack, I carry minimal trauma and boo-boo supplies, school stuff, water bladder, and occasionally a phone charger.
Further more, has anyone here used the EDC slim line pouch for a phone carrier? If so how does that blend in on an edc? I wear a 5.11 Nylon belt, so that is not an issue to add. What else do you recommend for a phone carrier? I have an iPhone 5, and its a pain in the ass to carry with an otterbox case and jean pockets. Suggestions much appreciated.
Posted 25 October 2013 - 01:40 PM
@Davis: yeah im outside of Tucson. and you?
Posted 25 October 2013 - 02:24 PM
Put good in, get good out.
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Posted 19 April 2014 - 06:01 AM
I am a junior in high school and have carried an EDC since middle school. My EDC bag currently is a TAD Dispatch Bag in black. On my person I carry: my wallet, phone, and a few pens and pencils for school. I have my EDC bag broken up into sub-loads. In the outside front organizer under the flap I have: bose earbuds, pens and pencils, large eraser, hand sanitizer, and an extra carabiner. The bag has a tendency to flop over and not sit upright. To mitigate that issue I placed a Blue Force Gear velcro pad insert inside the front organizer pocket that runs the length of the bag on the front. On that insert I have an elastic gear organizer where I keep: My Surefire E2L Outdoorsman with KX2C lamp and Scout Click Tailcap, and while not at school I fill out the rest of with my Leathermen Skeleton and Gerber DeFacto. On the inside velcroed the loop field I have a custom London Bridge Medical Insert with the following attached: Trauma Scizzors, Combat Application Tourniquet, Quickclot, 2 Hyfin Chest Seals, NPA, and an Israeli Dressing. My boo boo kit is a red Pro Med Kits Pouch. Attached to the side via grimloc I keep a small roll of medical tape. Inside I carry: various bandaids, a couple gauze pads, tylenol, ibuprofen, benedryl, immodium, pepto, visine, alcohol prep pads, antibiotic ointment, pair of nitrile gloves, a few Qtips, and 2 burn jel packets. My survival/everyday item subload is an equinox pouch. Inside that I carry kleenex, Chapstick, 550 cord, Surefire Saint Minimus, duct tape on an old hotel room key, multicam bandana, Adventure Medical survival blanket, lighter, matches, 2 vaseline soaked cotton balls in a baggy, extra batteries for flashlights, snowpeak titanium spork, cliffbar, and phone charger. My fix-it sub-load is Specops Brand Wallet. Inside I carry: photon keychain light, lockpicks, WD40 pen, zip ties, super glue, and a small roll of electrical tape. Loose in the main compartment I have the sub-loads, sunglasses, hydroflask coffee mug, and my school stuff like notebook and book. In the flashlight cave I carry my keys on a Mojo Medical Scizzor leash. Aside from my keys on the keychain i carry: tweezers, micro prybar, collapsible scizorrs, window punch/seatbelt cutter, and a fox40 micro whistle. I'll post pictures if you guys want some.
Posted 28 April 2014 - 04:01 PM
Except for my knives my EDC (truly everyday, I don't go anywhere without it) might work well for you. It consists of:
Fisher Space pen
Gerber bear grilles folding scout knife
Gerber shard (small nonbladed multitool)
32gb flash drive
Folding utility knife or larger folding knife
Pelican AAA flash light
I'm amazed how often I use the flashlight and shard tool. If you don't carry a flashlight on you at all times you should. That wouldbgo miles to improve your edc. Nice thing is, this set takes up only pocket space.
Edited by redsol1, 30 April 2014 - 08:18 AM.
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