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Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by Tamagutchi, Mar 28, 2014.
If/when you add distance and weight you'll really appreciate a padded waist belt. Trust me.
I don't doubt it. Any recommendations on what sort of belt might suit a pack of this type?
I like the looks of the HPG Prairie Belt......do you think it could be made to work with this?
I don't have much experience with bags of this type. Long time user of Messenger bags.
I'm not familiar enough with your bag to recommend a belt. Some bags are set up to allow the addition of a padded belt. Others are not. You might want to look at a pack specifically intended for that amount of weight (over long distances). I'm personally very happy with my Eberlestock Gunslinger for carrying loads of 40-50 lbs over distances from 10-50 miles.
Ok, Thanks. I guess I should just ask over at the Hill People Gear Forum.
Speaking of Hill People Gear, I really like their chest rig. If only I was actually willing to run enough to justify it.
The whole Tarahumara set-up looks pretty good.
Kind of thinking about how heavy a compact weight made from a plastic jar full of steel shot the Tara could handle.
I use mine in combination with my regular packs. It's much easier access for things to which you need easy/frequent access.
I like the idea of the chest rig. I'd like to get one to have quick access to a sketchbook, drawing materials, and a point and shoot camera. None of them look to be big enough for an SLR....which would probably be quite unwieldy attached to ones chest anyway.
^I can recommend the HPG chest rig. My only complaint is that the cinch straps aren't very easy to cinch.
I've had one now for about a month and really like it for running. Today I just got A Mil Spec Monkey Velcro Morale Panel to add a small pouch to hold my iphone securely while I am running and listening to podcasts. Comedy Bang Bang is my podcast of choice at the moment. Great stuff.
GoRuck, they were designed for weight rucking. They do not break...
GoRuck GR0 or GR1.