This week’s cross-post with EveryDayCarry might be a bit more slim when it comes to pocket dumps, but it’s a great minimalist carry (which is what it’s owner calls it). I think of it as a “ready for summer” every day carry.
Matt (not our own Matt) has all the basics covered – a slimline wallet, sunglasses, a sturdy pen, the ubiquitous cell phone, and then of course a solid watch. When it comes to Omega, our attention normally goes to the Speedmaster, but the Omega SeaMaster (which is what is shown here) has a solid reputation of it’s own, and it is definitely ready for some outdoor activity.
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