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I usually put it in a zipper on the side of my leg, because it's pretty much impossible to land on that area
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My jacket has a pocket that I think is supposed to be for a pass. It is a clear pocket which velcros down and is inside another zipper pocket. There is no chance my keys will come out of there.

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A small backpack with multi tool + wallet etc.
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Front pocket of my pants...the pocket has a carabiner so I just attach them.

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Backpack or jacket pocket.
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In a locker or in the handwarmer pocket of my coat.

Made the mistake last month of keeping my wallet, keys, and camera in my inside chest pocket. Did a face plant, landed right on my chest. Knocked the wind out of me and bruised my ribs. I've broken ribs before but this pain was unreal. Couldn't sleep well for almost 3 weeks and it's just getting better.

From now on nothing's going in my inside pockets.
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front or side pocket will do just fine

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I never would have thought that landing on my keys (they're the huge rectangal keys with the alarm buttons on em) would hurt so bad. My whole right leg is swollen up and I can barely put any weight on it. I can walk, but I'm limping. I'm gona be pissed if I can't ride on Sat.

I think I'm going to put the keys in my side jacket pocket from now on. I can't ever remember landing on my side, so it should be safe...I hope.
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Mine stay hidden and locked in my truck. I use a keyless entry to get back in.

I've broken a pair of goggles and a pair of sunglasses that I had in my jacket pockets. So no more fragile things go in pockets for me.
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Mine stay hidden and locked in my truck. I use a keyless entry to get back in.

I've broken a pair of goggles and a pair of sunglasses that I had in my jacket pockets. So no more fragile things go in pockets for me.
hahahahaha all you fancy people with your plastic and electronics on keys. my keys are quite simply small, flat, and all metal. round for the door, square for the ignition.
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