Organize your pocket gadgets with the PocKit Pro EDC organizer from Yellow Birch Outfitters

I’m all about EDC organization.  In fact, I’m constantly on the lookout for little pockets and pouches that I can use to keep my loose pocket items from clanking about. I might have just found it in the Yellow Birch Outfitters PocKit Pro EDC Organizer. This little pardner is ruggedly built from 1000D Cordura Nylon with Nylon No. 69 thread, YKK zippers and pulls and Mil Spec taping and “Handmade in the USA by someone who proudly served it.” It has 3 pockets on the front that will hold lots of different types and sizes of smallish EDC items, like knives, flashlights, mini-pens and the like. Just behind that is a wide slot for a small notebook. On the back side is a larger, full-zippered pocket for larger items. At 4″x6″ it won’t crowd your pocket much and will keep everything protected and in one place. The PocKit Pro EDC Organizer is available in Coyote Brown (pictured) and in two versions: Modern Carry with 3 pockets on the front and Classic Carry with 4 pockets on the front, each for $49.99. Visit YellowBirchOutfitters.com for more info or to order.

4 thoughts on “Organize your pocket gadgets with the PocKit Pro EDC organizer from Yellow Birch Outfitters”

  1. That pouch looks nice, but to me it seems you now have one large lump in your pocket. The pen, knife, and flashlight all have clips for holding them in place and distributing the weight and bulk in different places. And $49.00? It might be OK for an organizer in your bag, but for me not in my pocket.

    1. I’ve been looking for the right one of these for a specific application – when I go work at our industrial plant sites, I have Flame Resistant (FR) cargo-pants that I have to wear, with no other place to clip/mount stuff – throwing some screwdrivers and pens in the cargo pockets ends up poking holes through the pants or jamming me up when I walk up/down stairs. The right sized one of these pouches could be just the trick to keep it all together in a way that’s easy to access yet doesn’t ruin my gear.

      1. Ross, I can see how the PocKit might come in handy for you, based on your expected usage/application. If you end up buying a PocKit, stop back and let us know what you think of it!

  2. Norm, thanks for stopping by The Gadgeteer and for your comments. I tend to agree with you that using the PocKit might result in a “lump” in many types of pants pockets, but I suppose that might depend on the type of pants you are putting the PocKit in (e.g. jeans might not be so good, cargo pants or khakis might be fine). I also agree that the PocKit may be a bit pricey for many folks, but there are a lot of people our there (yours truly included) who are willing to pay more for a high-quality, well-made, durable and USA-made product that will last a long time, maybe forever. So each their own!

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