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Need a good pocket organizer for business attire.

Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by Banger, Mar 9, 2014.

  1. Banger

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    I am in sales so I ride around in my car all day and go in and out of various businesses. I enjoy carrying a variety of items but I hate having things rolling all over in my pockets as well as having to put items in odd place to keep from bulging my pockets. I would like to find something that I could use to hold items in my pocket that would keep them easily accessible yet discreet. Looking for suggestions, also images if possible. Thanks!

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  2. SAKplumber
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    SAKplumber EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    What items are you thinking of? Maybe some idea of what you wish to carry may help.

    Otherwise I was gonna suggest a Skinth Solutions P3 :)
     
  3. Banger

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    Daily outside of my keys which are on a carabinier and my wallet which always is in my back right pocket. I carry my cellphone, a pen, knife, flashlight, and I hope to add a small multitool soon. These all don't need to fit in an organizer obviously but just so you get an idea.

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    SAKplumber EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Sounds like a Skinth SP without a belt clip might serve you well. Heres a thread the creator started about the different models he makes. http://edcforums.com/threads/the-skinth-model-prototype-consolidated-gallery.92618/
     
  5. kertap75

    kertap75 EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    In my suit I use a mini cigar tin. It's bigger then an altoids tin, but about half the thickness. It rides in my left inside breast pocket and didn't bulge at all. It doesn't exactly look pretty, but it carries the less used and just in case type items.
     
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  6. Banger

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    For whatever reason that link isn't working for me, I was just looking at their website though and the amount of choices is overwhelming...

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  7. maxray

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    I use a Bill's Urban Wallet in my inside suit coat / sport coat pocket. It is a great way to keep a small set of gear unobtrusively organized. Here is a pic of mine: [​IMG]
     
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  8. Sriracha

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    Its hard to beat SAKplumbers suggestion. A Skinth pocket sheath is a very good choice, if not your only choice. It might take some time to get it, but it will outlive you. Check out Skinth Solutions.
     
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    The thread I linked is titled "The Skinth Model/Prototype Consolidated Gallery" in the EDCF Craftsman Forum.
     
  10. Banger

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    Thanks I'll track it down

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  11. phatch

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    Get a Presentation jacket from Duluth Trading. Enough pockets to carry what you want organized how you want.

    Their Firehose jacket is heavy and warm, their Twill much better for warmer weather.
     
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    My Skinth P3[​IMG]

    -Stay classy