posted on Oct, 23 2015 @ 06:05 PM
Oh wow, I missed this thread's early days... sad, I could have saved some time.
I also find myself carrying more than pockets can handle, so I have several carry-alls, each with it's own use and time...
When one cup of coffe isn't enough, I've found these are a great way for a man to transport his coffee:
Often, when hunting I find that I have too much gear for pockets alone between bone saws, knives, ammo, rope, food, dry socks, and an emergency wool
blanket, so I use one of these:
If I'm fishing, I've found that more than a half dozen salmon lures in your hand becomes quite cumbersome... so I started carrying one of these:
I usually try to avoid stuffing my lunch into my pockets because I eat a lot and am not fond of my sandwiches or burritos being wadded up into a
compressed ball. So I use one of these:
If I have business to attend to, I use one of these to carry my papers and plans:
One of the benefits to being an Alaskan is that I can get by wearing a hoodie all year (I wear one as my base layer under a parka in the winter).
That gives me pockets for my phone and keys, while my knives clip to my belt, holster straps to my hip or shoulder, and my wallet goes in my pocket
with a chain clipped to my belt... Man purses, satchels, organizer bags, etc are things men shouldn't be carrying.