Maratac SR-35 X1
What would a Comfort & Style issue be without a fine timepiece? With its sapphire case back, Swiss Super-Luminova illumination and 24-jewel Seiko NH-35 movement, this automatic dive watch complements a gentleman’s EDC as well as any holster or belt. Available only in limited production runs, snag yours and one of the many styles of NATO and two-piece bands available at CountyComm.com.
MSRP: $59.50 and up
A good holster without a good belt is less effective and less safe. Belts from CrossBreed are stellar specimens: They’re tough, rigid, thick and 100 percent ready to handle the challenges of serving as your EDC’s foundation. Hit up CrossBreedHolsters.com for sizing and order information.
Blue Line Holsters
MSRP: $70 and up
Manufactured in the Commonwealth of Virginia, these holsters are designed for hard use in rugged environments and can stand up to daily carry and intense range use with ease. From holsters to magazine carriers to EDC trays and gift sets, check out BlueLineLLC.com for all of your custom Kydex needs.
MSRP: $28 and up
One of the American handgunning traditions that gets lost in the polymer-frame-pistol shuffle is that of custom grip scales. If you’re looking to dress up your 1911 or steel-frame revolver for your next picnic or rodeo, head over to AltamontCo.com to choose from hundreds of different options for everything from your Colts and Smiths right on down to your workhorses, like the Charter pictured here.
This combination revolver holster from Galco allows you to carry a K-frame Smith & Wesson crossdraw or strong-hand-side, functionally eliminating the need for a secondary holster. What this means is you can carry in comfort behind the wheel — as well as while out on the trail — and the only adjustment you’ll have to make to any part of your EDC is which slot you feed your belt through. The Phoenix is available at GalcoGunleather.com.
ETS Red Magazines
Whether it’s to show a little love for your alma mater or to more easily differentiate your mags from your neighbor’s on the firing line, Elite Tactical Systems has you covered with its new series of red magazines for the Glock 43. They join ETS’ line of clear and orange polymer magazines at ETSGroup.us.