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Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by Dr Jekell, Jun 21, 2012.
Well when you get a chance to load it up and give it some use, post up some more pics I'm definitely intrigued by the Storm color
Yeah unfortunately there's no quick way to readjust the strap without undoing it and moving it. The bottle corset is super sturdy. I've never had any issues with it, it uses two long malice clips so it's strapped in pretty good. The patch panel came from Mil Spec Monkey. It's their small patch panel, comes with your clips. Fits perfectly on a 4x2 channel spot.
Well, how long is a rope?
If you've looked thrue this thread you've probably noticed that we all have our own ideas about what's the perfect bag (s) for us. With that said, if you'r planing on using your bag as a schoolbag I recomend a two strap backpack. If you want more specific recomendations you really need to give us a little bit more inforamtion.
Do you want a tacticool bag or a more civilian type? What do you intend to carry in the bag etc. etc.
Welcome by the way
Well it wont really be a school bag as such but i had a go at using my black woolf gogo that worked but i was thinking of getting a mexpadition........
Funny story with the gogo i was im exams last week and the gogo was with me and i had 20m (85feet) pf para cord and took it all out and all the teachers just staired at me hahaha great momen
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MOAB 6. Always had a problem with the way it hangs ( I always got a gap in the middle of my back where the comms pouch "bags out" and the strap cut into my neck). I've recently started carrying it 90 degrees "swivelled" so that the comms pouch fits snugly round my waist. Maybe I've got weird ribs but this way is more comfortable for me. I use it more now.
Nice pic. Could you explain what all you did to setup the shot?
Hmm..The lighting is even and soft with good detail in the shadows. I'd say a soft box was the source from above Nice exposure!
Vertex Gamut Plus if you have any questions feel free to ask or if you want specific pictures just ask. Like k said before only gripes are 1 key keeper, only 1 camelbak holder, camelbak holder in wrong spot (where laptop goes).
And Begadi pouch, which fits Maxped Falcon II mostly and can take 1.1L MSR alpine pot:
red rock bag
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Nice. How do you like it? What's the quality like?
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I dig it.. Had it for about a year now and it literally goes everywhere I do work hiking,hunting, ccw, ect... I feel the quality is on par with most overrated / high end bags. And half the cost! Good luck, & if you choose to scoop one up I'm sure you'll be pleased!
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thatsalligot is correct, one light in a softbox, from above in front of a grey backdrop. thanks fellas
Here's one in daylight:
New Vertx EDC Gammut so far I love this bag
My Monsoon, highly underrated bag imo;
My new backpack for a recent job I started. Bought it last Saturday. Used as a combination work-bag and Get Home Bag (GHB). About the overall size of a 5.11 Rush 24. Bit big, but looks just right on my 6'-2" large frame. Works absolutely fantastically! The grab-handle itself is incredibly beefy but comfortable. Allowing the pack to be carried like a briefcase if desired. Best grab-handle I've encountered on any pack. Thick twisted piece of cable wire, surrounded by thick clear plastic tubing. Wrapped in a soft-touch material. Stitched to the top of the pack in an incredibly secure and sturdy manner. Plenty of pockets for all my urban needs. Purpose-built as an urban pack.
Swiss Gear Synergy model.
So happy I found it. Please excuse the stock pic. Don't own a digital camera.
I'm thinking of picking one up myself. Glad to hear you like it.
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They are a great bag, just be aware that they do not have a large carry capacity (and it is an odd shape in the main compartment) and if fully loaded there is a lot of weight on one shoulder. I particularly like the small pockets in the belt strap.