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Going back to my Condor E&E bag for EDC

Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by plumberroy, Nov 2, 2019.

  1. plumberroy

    plumberroy Loaded Pockets

    Nov 11, 2012
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    I have carried a bag of some type for close to 20 years . I would consider it a comfort bag with first aid stuff. I have used a generic versipak , generic fatboy versipack . I then went to the Condor E&E bag , I carried it for a good while. I thought I wanted something smaller so I tried a Condor deployment bag . At one point I made myself a EDC bag , as of lately I have been using a Redrock slingbag . Once I made an extension for the strap it is a decent bag , but we went on a day trip last weekend and I could have used a little more room. So I have decided to go back to my E&E the only problem I had with it to start with is the lack of compartments. I think the extra room is more important to me
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  2. Wishoot

    Wishoot Loaded Pockets

    Jun 25, 2013
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    Condor makes some great bags. Hard to go wrong with one. Especially for the price.
  3. ferris209

    ferris209 Loaded Pockets

    Jul 8, 2008
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    Yep, extremely under appreciated company who make great quality gear for the money.

    Another extremely well priced one I’ve recently discovered is Savior Equipment, they even have a lot of laser cut Molle options.
  4. Kravhiker

    Kravhiker Loaded Pockets

    Oct 13, 2013
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    I have been using the Condor Urban Go Pack for years as my gym and athletic bag. Very satisfied as I can do 5 different activities off the bag (running, hiking, swimming, general workout, shadow boxing etc). Also use the T&T pouch for first aid, gadget pouch and EMT pouch for portable Ham Radio HTs.

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  5. andy3101

    andy3101 Loaded Pockets

    Feb 10, 2016
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    I'm with you. Also struggling with my Condor 137 again and again, but allways coming back. Lack of compartments is not my problem, I use some organizers, so I can make quick changes between bags and backpacks. Your E&E Bag looks like a good choice and it is about 50% bigger than my bag. I am a daily trainuser and the 137 fits easy on the table at my place.
  6. Foulwind

    Foulwind Loaded Pockets

    Aug 19, 2014
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    Condor Venture pack in use here, now since 2014 for work EDC Carries work laptop, power phone accessories, chargers, fire kit, pens(In admin compartment) small FAK, extra mini-mag in ext pouch, spare AA's and AAA's and a bunch of other crap I probably don't need to be hauling around.