NEVER RELY ON LUCK.
3LEAF CUSTOMS WAS BUILT ON THE IDEA THAT A PERSON SHOULD NEVER LEAVE SELF-PRESERVATION TO CHANCE, OR AS SOME MAY CALL IT; LUCK. I BELIEVE WHOLEHEARTEDLY IN BEING PREPARED, NOT ONLY WITH THE RIGHT TOOLS, BUT HAVING PROPER TRAINING OR PRACTICE TO EMPLOY THOSE TOOLS SHOULD THAT MOMENT COME. WHILE MY IDEAS AND DESIGNS MAY NOT BE SOMETHING "NEW" OR UNHEARD OF, THEY REMAIN MY PERSONAL "TWIST" ON ITEMS THAT CAN BE USED IN A BAD SITUATION.
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Since I was about 5 years old, my Dad taught me the importance of always carrying a knife. To some, that may seem too early an age to be given such a large responsibility, however, I was trained to look at a blade as being much more than just a pointy object that can do harm; it was a tool with a multitude of uses, and I later realized that He wasn’t just educating me on knives; my dad was teaching me how to always be prepared, especially when the unexpected arises. That same mindset has followed me throughout my life, and it’s something that I am presenting to you.
My name is Anthony. I’m a husband, a Dad, a brother, and a firefighter/paramedic. I have held a steady job since the age of 13, when I began doing landscaping and concrete. I have traveled the U.S. performing different jobs that have taught me a lot about who I am, and even more about people in general. Though raised with good morals and ethics, I’ve put myself in some bad situations; situations where the same mindset that my Dad taught me was greatly tested. These are lessons that I wouldn’t change for the world, because that is what makes me who I am today…
I have always been into “EDC” (everyday carry), and I guess I owe that to my Dad. It has changed exponentially throughout the years, but the mindset behind it hasn’t. As I’ve gotten older, and now have a family of my own, my EDC has evolved into something that can give me an edge when it comes to taking care of what is most precious to me- my wife and kids. In January 2020, I decided to bring the same mindset that was taught to me, to others. It is the frame of mind that one will “Never Rely on Luck”, doing whatever possible in your power to be prepared, no matter the situation. First of all, this is being mentally ready for the given situation. Secondly, it involves having the tools to mitigate the incident. Then, comes knowing which tool to use and being proficient at using them. Those are the 3 points that you will find when looking at my logo.
You will find that I pour myself into my work, just as with anything that I do. If I think it has a use, and it’s something that intrigues me, chances are I will try and make it. While some of my products are more spread out between offerings, there are those that I do my best to keep at a steady stock or drop more frequently. Please understand that my family comes first and foremost. My job and responsibilities at the fire department come second. With what is left, you will see me fill my time in between with this passion of helping others to “Never Rely on Luck”.