Laugh all you want, but when it comes to your EDC backpack or bag, size matters. Ok, now that you’ve gotten the childish giggles out of your system, let’s talk about backpack sizing. Ultimately, the correct size backpack comes down to your kit.
Over the years, my everyday carry kit has grown beyond the limits of most conventional backpacks. I needed a versatile solution that could function as my laptop bag during the week, and a weekend getaway pack when I wasn’t at the office. However, the caveat was that I didn’t want to be constantly unpacking parts of my kit to reallocate space. Enter the 5.11 Tactical RUSH 24 backpack.
There’s all sorts of tools out there for your everyday carry needs. However, the one tool most often overlooked is the pry bar. Many EDC practitioners dismiss this tool because of the limited usage. However, this very unique tool has one specialized job, but it does that job extremely well. So, why should you EDC a pry bar in your kit?
I was fortunate enough to be brought up in an environment that fostered preparedness. From an early age I was introduced to the basics of firearm handling, care, and maintenance. The more I watch the news and hear about active shooters, human trafficking, and the like the more I am convinced that children be prepared.
Alright internet junkies, we’re going to cover in depth the exact process I used to setup my EDC bag. I’ve read a few of the tutorials out there, but there really isn’t a comprehensive guide to setting up an EDC bag. So, for those dedicated to perfecting their craft, we’ll be going over everything from concept to completion of your EDC loadout.