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Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by cowsmilk, Feb 7, 2015.
Bulldog Tactical Gear Recon Pack
Triple Aught Design Fast Pack Litespeed
Tasmanian Tiger Essential Pack
Started carrying this one yesterday.
Looks very tempting but which one?
My current EDC Bag.
Lands End Square Rigger canvas bag.
Big enough to carry my Laptop too, on the occasions I need it.
I wish it had a shoulder strap like my old one, but other than that, it works for me...
After spending the past few days going through the "Show us your 5.11 bags" thread, I switched back to my Rush12 from my GR0 (which I returned yesterday). Current setup with a few mods I made to the bag awhile back.
Still rocking the Eastpak I got about 10 years ago (I was 11yo btw )
IMG_0480 by Gilatabar Glabu, sur Flickr
I put a drybag in there to test the gear I'll be bringing for my travels during the rain season in Asia. In there I have my Fatty with all the my tools, my camera with a full size flash and my Sawyer water bottle
Timbuk2 Ace relieving my usual office Rush messenger:
My Maxpedition Vesper - holds my 15" MacBook Pro a Condor T&T admin pouch, water bottle, sidearm & more.
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Summer bag, amusement park bag, hope this works. Was looking for light tactical bag with the front pouch and two sides plus compression straps but nothing quite like this:
From this weekend....
My current bagpack: Dragon Egg (from Helikon-Tex, a polish brand) in kryptek highlander camo...a perfect urban EDC pack and ideal for a daily outdoor trip!
5.11 MOAB 10 - EDC for the office and (after changing out a bunch of the contents) a day tripper bag for urban or rural outings. It's been with me on trips like NYC and remote towns in Appalachia. 2 years and still going strong.
The CamelBak Dispatch is growing on me.
Bag try-out tomorrow! Can't wait to shove a rain jacket, water and coffee bottles onthe sides.
And perhaps no more sweating back!
So far this pack is doing its job well, light and easy on your back and shoulders; I'm impressed how the chords secures the plastic bottle and coffee bottle tight. I also used the waist strap to web around the front to secure my 511 phone pouch. I stashed my Arcteryx light urban jacket at the front: