Everyday Carry, or EDC, generally refers to small items or gadgets worn, carried, or made available in pockets, holsters, or bags on a daily basis to manage common tasks or for use in unexpected situations or emergencies. In a broader sense, it is a lifestyle, discipline, or philosophy of preparedness.
This feature is for submitting content to EDC, it is not a platform to ask questions. Please direct your questions to my e-mail. Due to the influx of messages I receive daily and my limited expertise, I cannot guarantee an answer to your question.
READ THIS BEFORE SUBMITTING:
Here at EDC I welcome and encourage user submissions. However, I do filter submissions and withhold publishing photos that do not fit into the site either content- or layout-wise. PLEASE do not email me asking whether or not your photo will be published.
To better your chances for publication, please take a clear, well lit, high resolution photo (at least 500px wide). If at all possible, avoid harsh, direct flash. Indirect sunlight by a window during the daytime gives me the best results! I would also appreciate “sterile” photos, as in without watermarks or text on the image.
Be sure to include relevant information for the items in your EDC so as to give other readers some ideas where to start doing their research. Identifying your gear for the readers will save both other readers some time as well as lessen the amount of emails I have to answer. It is also useful to describe your profession and location to bring context to your carry. It is imperative that you include this information!
Please also submit only your own photographs for publication, unless you are giving me a heads up on a new product with a link to the source.
For your safety and privacy, it is recommended that you do not take high resolution pictures of your personal keys in plain sight, as they can be duplicated this way. Moreover, remember to censor or hide any personal information on IDs, credit cards, etc. if you have a wallet or moneyclip included in your shot. Thanks!
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