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Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by ty_higg, Jun 4, 2013.
I decided to switch to the Moab 10, photo later...
Nice!, are those straps part of the Overwatch?
My multi-cam beat the crowds last weekend!
They aren't straps really, just part of the handle. It is a single stiff rod that bridges the two straps. You can put your jacket under them, but not much more than that.
The Rogisi products look interesting. How's the quality? I see they use Cordura, so I'm guessing it's probably decent.
Used the bottle carrier for a week now and it's indeed decent. I like it very much…
Veeeery niiiiice indeed!
Duty at ripleys aquarium today, kids day;
Did a strap modification for side
what is the small pouch you attached to the front?
511 gps pouch for my phone, perhaps the most versatile I've had, used it on my other bags, even the non- tactical, thanks to the slide stick system!
Mine… Very happy with it!!!
Finally got the seat on the train on the way to the fair!
5.11 rush 24 by Katjang001, on Flickr
My work bag.
Hey man I know this is a really an old post but what knife do you have sticking out of the bag.
Daniel Fairley Titanium Backpacker:
Took my RUSH24 and RUSH72 out for range day today...
I've been researching various 5.11 backpacks for several months. When doing Google image searches, this thread kept coming up. Everybody's pictures, musings, and ultimate choices proved immensely valuable to my decision-making process. Thank you!
I started out debating between the MOAB 10 and Rush 12. When there is a choice, I generally go for small & light, whether this is for a bag, electronics, or a vehicle. However, my EDC backpack for the last several years has been an Osprey FlapJill backpack (smaller version of the FlapJack backpack). While it was perfect for EDC in the US, I have found myself traveling more regularly, and carrying a few more things with me. In the end, I decided to go for the All Hazard Prime.
Three main factors drew me to the AHP:
I love that the AHP has two main compartments, rather then the single main compartment of the MOAB and Rush backpacks.
The AHP's interior volume is right between Rush 12 and 24. So I'm hoping it will be neither too small nor too large for me, i.e. just right.
The AHP seems to have more structure to it than the Rush backpacks, which I generally prefer. If I wan't a floppy carry-all, I can just grab one of my duffle bags.
Last week, I went ahead and ordered an All Hazard Prime, in plain black, for $160 on Amazon. I had been eyeing the Double Tap, but the price differential helped nudge me toward a more neutral black to start with. As many of you have demonstrated, chances are pretty good that I will try out other colors and sizes down the road.
I registered on EDCF at the same time as I placed my AHP order. Now that my account has finally been approved for posting, I look forward to participating in the discussion myself!