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Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by Dr Jekell, Jun 21, 2012.
Lunada Maxpedition off course
Sent from Xperia Z2
Thank you, was looking for a bag to be able to connect my radio bag to when out and about.
GR1 on the sacrificial slab! That slab is almost the exact proportions of the GR1.
Early morning swim, and yes, I cheat with mask snorkel and fins.
My other old school Blackhawk 3 day. More worn out than my forest green one. But not an airport traveler cuz it won't get past the sniffer and swabber. My favorite "Vietnamese" phrase on the shoulder strap.
Really like those pulls. Tutorial?
Page 2 or 3 of "Jarheadgreasemonkey's Gear"
I'd link directly to it, but I'm on my cell right now.
Edit: this might work...
2 days before Christmas and walking into a Timbuk2 store is tough. So tough I have to get out right away but not before I took a snapshot of this; if only Santa is there for me!
I have one of there bags, it's nice because it's not tactical but still very well made and tough.
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my Son and I's Gorucks. A second SD15 is on its way for my second Son!
You are not helping me resist temptation!
Maxpedition Gearslinger series I think?
I finally upgraded my shoulder strap cushion, it was the only thing that wasn't either black or red on my edc pack, but the pack didn't come with one and well, one out of color is better then nothing! So I had some materials and made one myself, I made it slightly bigger with a little more padding(not sure if that was better or worse yet) but it was all black and matched the pack, was going to use red stitching, but then figured if I didn't stitch it perfect you were going to see it all, so black was better.. Anyway here are some pics..
Those uber rare Force Fins. I only know one scuba diving buddy that uses Force Fins and he swears by them.
They are great. Shorter than rocket fins, so they are more manageable in getting out and standing on the skids of a helicopter. Weigh less than rockets, and drain quicker out of both ends when transitioning between swimming and creeping onto a shoreline. They attach quicker to a pack because of the hourglass shape and are more secure in a single strap. More maneuverable around pier pilings and ship struts and shafts because they are short. But man do they wear your legs out swimming long distance.
And I thought my life was interesting.
my youngest Son's SD15 came in just in time!