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- I am not firmly convinced of the veracity of all the content currently published. If I am not sure of something, I don’t push it to the website. (This doesn’t mean that I won’t ever change my positions if I come to learn that I am in error, but that I strive, as much as possible, to only push content to the website if I am absolutely certain that it is true).
- This page cannot be helpful to you in its present form. If you are aware of the limitations of the current state, you may find this page helpful long before I officially publish it.
Distinction between Every Day Carry and Everyday Carry
- This page is discussing the former, which includes the latter
First Aid Materials
- Assuming a shirt with hidden zipper pockets behind two cargo pockets (like the RailRiders Versatac Light Shirt), and 6 pocket cargo pants/shorts.
- Right hidden zipper pocket: phone.
- Left hidden zipper pocket: wallet.
- Right cargo pocket: sunglasses and headphones (when not being worn).
- Left cargo pocket: writing materials.
- Right front slash pocket: plain-edge folder (pocket clip), keys.
- Left front slash pocket: flashlight (pocket clip), keychain.
- Right cargo pocket: cordage/utility materials.
- Left cargo pocket: first aid materials.
- Right back pocket: bandana.
- Left back pocket: free for miscellaneous storage.
Anything that cannot get wet goes in the shirt, since a fully waterproof rain shell will be worn more than rain pants.
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