Review: Silent Pocket Simple Card Wallet

A good wallet is perhaps the most overlooked component of a strong EDC loadout. But as the war between privacy and technology heats up, a company called Silent Pocket has begun producing elegant wallets capable of shielding our private data. They were kind enough to send over a sample of their Simple Card Wallet, a minimalist affair designed to keep your personal info where it belongs – in your pocket.

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Review: Morakniv Companion HD Knife

Morakniv is known for offering quality knives at laughably low prices. And since I enjoy both laughter and nice things, I already owned three Moras by the time the company offered to send me a sample for review. But the knife they sent was no joke. Here’s my review of the Morakniv Companion HD.

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The Kershaw Cryo: Not for Me

In a first for Journeywind Junk, I’ve decided to return a knife. I know what you’re thinking – “Really? The Cryo? That’s the best budget blade Kershaw makes!” And you know what? I can’t really argue with that assessment. I wholeheartedly endorse the Cryo as a value-conscious EDC knife.

Review: Gerber Dime Multi-Tool

The Gerber Dime is one of the most popular mini multi-tools on the planet. And yet, it divides EDC websites and forums in a way that few other items can match. So what’s the deal with the Dime? I plopped down my cash in an effort to find out. Here’s what I came up with over a couple weeks of testing.

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