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Adventure Sworn Pouch

Discussion in 'Other Carrying Devices' started by cdenniston, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. cdenniston

    cdenniston Loaded Pockets

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    My new belt pouch arrived in the mail. Very happy with it. Anyone else use one of these? It was a tough decision between the snap or swing clasp closure, but I think I made the right one! Now I just need to figure out what to put in it, haha.

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  2. karlito

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    Nice pouch with a nice patina (for lack of as better word). Good choice in the swing clasp; unique. I have a belt pouch in which I carry my Wagner Swiss wallet. I really dislike my wallet in my pocket so the belt pouch works well.
     
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  3. cdenniston

    cdenniston Loaded Pockets

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    Thank you. I have never liked having multiple items in my pocket, and I have found a belt pouch is the perfect solution. Comfortable empty pockets, and easy access to all my things. A friend of mine went on a trip to Canada this past year, although I forget where exactly, however he said that all the young guys were sporting belt pouches so it seems they are coming into style. I have also seen a couple people in my area with belt pouches. Guess I am officially hip!
     
  4. karlito

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    We are officially hip. :) Leather is also sooo much classier than a nylon fanny pack!
     
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  5. saniterra

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    Good looking pouch. The Adventure Sworn website gives the interior and exterior dimensions of the pouch except for the thickness - if that makes sense - of the pouch. Can you give an approximate dimension? Thanks.
     
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  6. cdenniston

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    The interior is about 3/4 inches thick, so it is relatively narrow. The exterior thickness is roughly 1.5 inches thick. The interior space is equivalent to the size of a standard Altoids tin, which fits perfectly inside of the pouch. It is a pretty thin pouch and with a t-shirt pulled down over top it can hardly be noticed.
     
  7. Myth90045

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    Nice Pouch!! Pretty Slick!
     
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  8. Oaklington
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    Cool, first hip pouch I could imagine myself actually carrying :)
     
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  9. xbanker
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    Very nice. Nothing equals the looks of a well-crafted bit of leather. Never goes out of style. Nice choice on the clasp too! :)
     
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  10. nuphoria

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    Lovely bit of kit. It's what the bushcrafters over here would call a Possibles Pouch :)
     
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  11. cdenniston

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    I am debating whether to use it as possibles pouch when I am out hiking/bushcrafting, full of often accessed items such as fire tools, light, and knife. Or should I store my survival kit in the pouch so that it is always on my person. I am keen on both ideas but not sure which would be more appropriate. I am curious to if you have any suggestions or ideas?
     
  12. nuphoria

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    Why can't you use it for both? Just load it up according to your needs that day :)