I don’t know why I find this topic so interesting. I guess I’m just an old-school kind of guy, and it’s interesting to see how much knife carry has changed just during my lifetime. My father and grandfathers always carried some sort of slip joint in their pocket, usually with keys, change, and whatever else one needed to carry without worry of damaging the knife. They viewed it as a tool and not pocket jewelry, and they used them as such. I’ve seen the rise in popularity of pocket clips and the decline in popularity (at least in public) of belt sheaths. Given how pocket knife carry has changed over the years and the recent rise in the popularity of modern traditionals, I was wondering how y’all were carrying your Benchmade Propers; in the pocket with keys, change, and other pocket junk; in a pocket by itself; or in a pocket slip/belt sheath? For those that cast caution to the wind and carry in the same pocket as keys, change, etc., how are they holding up so far? Thanks for your thoughts!