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Pics Of your edc Bag! Part 2

Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by Dr Jekell, Jun 21, 2012.

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  1. Wojo

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    Here is my EDC bag. I know its no high speed tactical bag, but I ordered a custom patterned bag from Timbuk2, made by real San Francisco Hippies. The small fits everything I need it to (holds 8.5x11 files perfectly) along with my Surface Pro, small water bottle and lightweight rain jacket.

    [​IMG]My new EDC bag by Wojo19, on Flickr
    [​IMG]My new EDC bag by Wojo19, on Flickr
     
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  2. pgauti

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    My Sitka maxpedition ready for a airshow in France[​IMG]

    Tapé avec les pouces et envoyé en mode mobile. Excusez la brièveté
     
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  3. steeps

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    I like it. Could you list out the model # on the bag as well as list out the contents of your EDC, please?
     
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  4. tigz

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    This is a small classic messenger you said? I should have the two internal water bottle holders. Timbuk2 is quite reliable and generally affordable. So far it still is the longest servicable bag I have without an alternate. Right now I'm alternating between the Rush messenger and Mission Workshop Monty with a newer Timbuk2 on standby.Have I not encountered this forum, I would have winded up using just one bag.
     
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  5. Six String

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    Tumi Alpha Bravo
    Panerai 104
    McGizmo Haiku flashlight
    Don't recall the pen
    Atwood Keyton
    Atwood BugBite
    Atwood Ring Tool
    Muyshodt Aeon flashlight
    Synodeyth brass 12 trit bead
    Dave Sawyer Mokume Whistle
    Krypto-Lite Brass trit lantern
     
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  6. Monocrom

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    That's an easy one.... CRKT Tao pen designed by Allen Elishewitz. (Nothing else looks like it.) :)
     
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  7. ruudr

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    Here is my Arc'teryx Khard 30.
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    1 first aid kit, 1 repair kit and a edc kit, Olight S10 and Foursevens MMR-X, raincover, a lighter, some beef jerkey, a pair of gloves and my Benchmade griptilian.
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    Here is how the Khard looks on my back.
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  8. Six String

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    Thanks, Monocrom!
     
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  9. Hunter88

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    I played with it for about 4 hours until I stretched it all
    If I got a new sitka knew I would do it again.
    It just takes time
     
  10. NickSwan

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    HPG Tarahumara - Love it!
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  11. gearheavy

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    I have this bag too as well as several other Tumi's. I'm a bit embarrassed to admit to paying so much for bags that could offer so much more for the price. Tumi pays great attention to aesthetics, but functionality, while very good still lacks in some very obvious ways. But they do look great, particularly in urban settings and can go with a sportcoat or suit which is what I often wear to work. Most of all I like the material Tumi uses. It's durable, looks and feels great (smooth to the touch but not too shiny, not to rough) and resists pet hair and lint better than any of my 1000D outdoor/tactical bags which is important to me as a pet owner. What is that fabric they use called?
     
  12. pgauti

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    Still my maxpedition Sitka with two new French patch about an air squadron from french air force "Escadron de Transport 2/64 Anjou" wich prepared his 70 e anniversary !
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    Tapé avec les pouces et envoyé en mode mobile. Excusez la brièveté
     
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  13. tigz

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    Well, compared to the other branded suit oriented bags, Tumi actually gives you more in terms of aesthetics and functionality. Their packs is some breed of scaled down tactical; the only difference? No molle! Add 3 or 4 rows of it and whalla! You will have designer chic tactical bag. They are pretty sturdy too.
     
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  14. Six String

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    Tumi meets my requirements pretty well, which is fairly frequent air travel carry-on and the occasional weekend trip via auto to visit out of state family. And, I like that it doesn't make me look like a serviceman returning from overseas duty. I have several other backbacks better suited for day hikes, long bike rides, etc.

    They're darned expensive, but I've been traveling on business and pleasure for 35+ years and have tried out many, many briefcases, backpacks, suitcases, etc. No other brand has held up near as well as my Tumi items.
     
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    Ballistic Nylon is the fabric you're trying to think of. I like it as well. I'm smiling just thinking about it.
     
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    Happy to help. :)
     
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  17. Haubitz

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    My new Hazard 4 Kato. So far I like it.
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    Skickas från min iPhone via Tapatalk
     
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    Now that's what I call "babying one's belongings" ! :rofl:
     
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  19. Haubitz

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    What can I say? Some things just needs a little more TLC.
     
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  20. gearheavy

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    Hazard 4 Kato Diaper Bag w/ optional Baby Stroller attachment [smiley].
     
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