Everyday Carry: Coke

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The coke color scheme is a combination of red and black. While red is striking and powerful, partnering it with black tempers the crimson hue without weakening its fiery aesthetic. Going with a coke theme for your everyday carry not only provides a cool look, but it represents everything you want in EDC items: Effective but grounded, strong but silent—just like all of the gear we’ve curated here.

Rolex GMT Master II Ref. 16710 "Coke"

Rolex GMT Master II Ref. 16710 “Coke”

The Coke version of Rolex’s GMT Master II is the understated cousin of the ubiquitous Pepsi. The pop of red is still eye-catching, but doesn’t beg to be looked at the way combining primary colors does. Still, this multi-time zone timepiece is the jetsetter’s watch of choice even today. The Ref 16710 boasts everything you want in a Rolex, from its mostly indestructible movement and patented construction, to its historic status and undeniable investment value.

Barton Perreira 007 Joe Sunglasses

Barton Perreira 007 Joe Sunglasses

Stylishly Bond-approved, Barton Perreira’s 007 Joe Sunglasses are a subtle remix to the trapezoidal “Wayfarer” shape. The frames are sleeker, covering more ground and flattering most face shapes. Overall, they’re low-key, yet distinct. Like a piece of art, each pair is handcrafted in Japan and comes in a limited edition 007 box with a certification card.

Ridge Wallet Red with Cash Strap

Ridge Wallet

The Ridge Wallet is as simple as it is functional, holding up to 12 cards in perfect organization. Plus, the added money clip and elastic ensures flexibility, in case you need to hold cash, or have a specific card or two at the helm. The lightweight corrosion-resistant aluminum construction takes to the red shade well, giving it a ruby sheen.

The James Brand x VMP Abbey Knife

The James Brand x VMP Abbey Knife

James Brand and Vinyl Me Please team up to design a fixed-blade knife inspired by those moments when you carefully slice open the plastic covering of a highly-desired record. The pocket-sized tool is built with corrosion-resistant stainless steel, with a vinyl LP inlay made from recycled records and a top-grain leather sheath. Small but mighty, this knife is a mini-feast of textures.

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