Tool/Kit is a Worn & Wound’s column dedicated to watch-based storytelling for everyday carry gear (EDC) enthusiasts. It’s designed to allow brands to tell their stories on the website in a thoughtful, engaging way. In each edition, we select a watch designed for a specific purpose in mind, pair it with other complementary EDC items, and take them into the field. It’s a different way of approaching sponsored content, and we hope it provides engaging ways for crafting useful content about the watches, gear, and adventures that echo Worn & Wound’s mantra to Experience Enthusiasm™.
Tool/Kit: Reefcombing in Bonaire with Jason Heaton and a Pair of Citizen Promaster Divers
Journalist and diver Jason Heaton and his wife travel to Bonaire with a pair of Citizen Promaster dive watches.
Tool/Kit: Riding NYC with Hunter Kelley and the NOMOS Ahoi
Despite being a dive watch, the NOMOS Ahoi is also a great cycling partner for gliding over NYC pavement.
Tool/Kit: Searching for Style with Mitchell Moss and the Junghans Form C
The Junghans Form C inspires the search for some fresh menswear finds in Nashville, Tennessee.
Tool/Kit: Soul Surfing with The Seiko Prospex Save The Ocean Special Edition, SPB297
We ride the waves with the new Seiko Prospex Save The Ocean Special Edition, SPB297.
Tool/Kit: Exploring Iceland with the Bulova A-11 Hack
Tool/Kit: Foraging for Appalachian Trail Cocktails with Tommy Mauriello of Wyoming Whiskey
We head into Upstate NY forage for ingredients to make on-the-trail cocktails using Wyoming Whiskey with our friends at Edrington.
Tool/Kit: Tackling The White Mountain Wilderness With The Khaki Field Titanium
Once again Jon Gaffney gets off the grid, this time with a twist on one of Hamilton’s legendary field watches.
Tool/Kit: Mat Surfing In The Atlantic With The Vertex M60 AquaLion
Our pal Jon Gaffney introduces us to the art of mat surfing in Maine with Vertex’s foray into dive watches.
Tool/Kit: Hitting The Waterways With The Lorier Neptune Series III
Worn & Wound contributor Jon Gaffney takes Lorier’s quintessential dive watch on a paddle boarding adventure on the Salmon Falls River.