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Discussion in 'EDC Clothing' started by Mr. Gadget, Jun 4, 2014.
Gerber Exchange a Blade
Burts Bees and either a Leatherman Juice or a SAK (Rambler or Cadet).
My Zippo only in my 501's, nothing else will fit in that pocket. In my Lee's, the pocket is wider and deeper so I can fit my Zippo and my Burt's Bees.
Side note: Levi Strauss Co says it's official name is the "watch pocket"
No, I don't.
I guess I might carry a SAK or a small flashlight there if it were longer/taller, narrower and placed a bit deeper in the "normal" front pocket.
Yes, I DO use it; I put my flashlight there.
Burt's Bees lib balm.
Gerber Mini-Suspension MT...
Fits Fine in Wranglers, Levi's etc.
My change inside an Altoids smalls tin
Yup eagle tac D-25 light and a spare truck key
Decision coin by Dead on Paper
Coins go in my 5th pockets.
Snug fit, but readily accessible without fumbling in the pockets....
Spyderco Cricket and change for parking meter.
When my keychain was tiny (1 ring, keys, done) I'd put it in my watch pocket. Now I have my work's key and rfid key in there. If I'm using my knife a lot I'll slip it in there for easier access.
I don't wear "jeans" so my answer is no; however, many of my slacks have a fifth pocket within the right trouser front pocket. I use it to house my pen and 2-AAA flashlight in a soft calfskin pouch.
Techno, Dragonfly, Cat or Manbug knives fit perfectly
Since I retired I no longer wear a watch, so now I use that pocket for what it was designed for. A pocket watch. I don't feel the need to constantly glance at a wrist watch any more so a pocket watch fills the bill.
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I've finally found a use for this little pocket: It works great for carrying a USB memory stick. I don't to that very often anymore, as everything is usually available from the mysterious cloud. However, the cloud is still not totally omnipresent. There are, for example, a few classrooms and library rooms where the Internet is so slow or the browser so awkward (Internet Exploder) that it is still more convenient to carry my presentations on a physical device. On these occasions, the 5th pocket actually comes in handy.