As you’ve seen, WWR has been working with Every Day Carry to bring along interesting articles from each site to the notice of our readers. This week, we’re taking a look at what a product designer carries along with him in his everyday carry.
As you can see in the full post (here), Brad Haynes has some rather nice pieces along with him on a daily basis. Of particular interest to you will be likely be that IWC Pilot Mark XVI. I was interested to see that it was on a simple NATO – which simultaneously seems out of place and manages to fit the watch.
Check the full loadout right here. If you submit your pocket dump or everyday carry to the site, be sure to let us know and we’ll see if we can do some sort of a reader roundup if we hit a critical mass. everydaycarry.com
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