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Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by carrot, Jan 29, 2014.
What kind of messenger?, the classic? Command, TSA friendly?
Just bought my first, a Maxpedition Jumbo Versapack
Geigerrig 700 Tactical - EDC bag
Tom Bihn Smart Alec Backpack - Gig/work bag
Triple Aught Design Litespeed - Bush bag
Triple Aught Design EDC & Maxpedition rig - Bug out
Grey Ghost Gear Stealth Operator - Kept mostly empty with a change of clothes and a wash bag/towel as a fill and go bag
OCD fueled loadout here: http://edcforums.com/threads/my-edc-bag-collection.119992/#post-1899997
Timbuk2 classic, in black, size small (if memory serves - it's been a busy month or two). I'll do pics etc when I get a minute.
K-way? Hmmmmm.... I know where that çomes from! Good to see somone from the reàl deep south here!
Let's see....this doesn't include my luggage for work travel.
5.11 Rush 24 - former office/daily pack
5.11 Rush 72 - overnight/camping trip bag
5.11 Covrt 18 - new less tactical daily rig
LAPG Bailout Bag - gym bag
LAPG Jumbo Bailout Bag - former college graduate assistant bag
Thinking about picking up a 5.11 NBT duffle at some point...or maybe a couple of 5.11 ammo mules to replace the LAPG gym bag.
MSM Adapt pack.
Direct Action Dragon Egg
Tactical Tailor Modular Operator Pack
Berghaus Verden 65+10 Rucksack
I use the modular operator pack for my bug out, and the msm adapt for my work bag and the dragon egg for work & gym. I use a tactical Taylor admin pouch and a maxpedition Janus as modular inserts. I find the dragon egg to be the best balance of size and functionality (also it looks the shizz). I tried a few 5.11 bags (rush 72 and messenger and moab 10) but sold them because they were too heavy. I also tried the TAD litespeed but sold it in a week because of its lack of internal organisation and tangle of straps.
My present load out is my perfect balance of weight and functionality. I use pouches only as inserts as I am of the opinion that too many pouches (if any) on a bag can be counter productive especially in a civilian setting. Saying that, I do use a condor EMT tear away pouch on my bug out bag. I try to keep my bags as small and light as possible for the use I give them, this also encourages me to keep an eye on what I carry.
Check out the dragon egg, so far it has done well as a good all round bag. I made a review of the Dragon Egg.
Here's my Vanquest IBEX-30 backpack set-up for a day at the range. The molle and velcro makes the bag very versatile.
RangeDayLoadout by Masterchief Z, on Flickr
I'll load pictures when I get a chance.
1. Daily is a foliage mollex from kifaru, stays are short enough to wear when riding my bike and long enough to carry the odd large box home
2. Kifaru UZ - laying in wait as a future diaper bag
3. Archive bags large hip bag - when I don't need a lot but need place for some repair kit and a ulock
4. Kifaru navigator for extended travel
1. MR 1DAP -> EDC
2. MR ASAP -> keep it in my cabin in the forest
3. MR Spartan -> for fun sometimes, just like it a lot!
4. MR Dragonslayer -> summer hiking
5. MR Booty Bag -> always handy
6. Goruck Bullet 10l -> informal office carry
7. Saddleback Leather Briefcase -> formal office carry
8. E&E -> always in in my car, backup
9. Zulu Indy satchel -> light travel EDC
I narrowed my herd to 3 bags
- TAD Litespeed as an EDC
- Millet 40L (I don't even know the model) for light hiking (meals, water, diapers for my 2 yo son, etc)
- Millet 80L (same case, don't know the model) for heavier needs (same use but I can easily pack a tent, sleeping gear, etc...)
UPDATE! (also see above)
13. MP Jumbo VP (Wolf Gray) - Replacing #1, then the wife stole it for hiking.
14. Goruck GR1 - Was my EDC for over a year
15. Goruck GR0 - New EDC?
16. Goruck 20L Gym Bag - Replaced #12.
17. North Face Base Camp medium - Travel duffle
I think that's it... I probably missed a few. I'm going to go into the garage and check.
DSC05563 by Masterchief Z, on Flickr
Lots of good lists. There are plenty more that I want but here is what I currently have:
1. Camelbak Trizip - configured as my dayhike and overnight pack.
2. Camelbak Linchpin - my everyday pack (laptop and other necessities)
3. Wisport Climber Extreme - An alpine pack from Poland, going back into rotation
4. Crumpler Pinnacle of Horror - my daily bag if they force me to wear long sleeve shirts
5. Deuter ACT trail 32 - my former dayhike pack
6. Deuter Speedlite 20 - Another former dayhike pack
7. Rei Flash 18 - Yet another dayhike pack
8. The North Face Medium Duffle
9. Wisport Medium trnasport duffle
10. Habagat Daypack - A nice small unassuming daypack.
MR 3DAP- Current edc and travel pack.
TT Modular operator- Old edc/back
Deuter free rider 30- ski pack when I was living in Lake Tahoe
Here's my current list:
Hill People Gear Tarahumara - Day Hike / Emergency Grab Bag
Mystery Ranch 3 Day Assault - Travel / Camping / Bug Out
Tactical Tailor Enhanced Duffle - Bug Out / Camping
5.11 Rush 12 - Office EDC (on hiatus)
Kifaru Urban Zippy - Day hike and currently Office EDC
The R12 have impeccable room and organziation and probably is more urban friendly in terms of look. Why put it in hybernation?
Hazard 4 Switchback EDC
Camelbak urban assault concealed. Heavy two strap required EDC and travel
FSTOP LOKA hiking photography pack
Hazard 4 patrol pack. BOB or sale
5.11 Rush 24. BOB or sale