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Discussion in 'Where, When, & How Do We Carry All This Stuff?' started by SpacemanSpiff23, Jun 15, 2010.
IMO, questionable advice.
Consider a CamelBak Ambush that will hold water and gear. http://www.camelbak.com/government-military/hydration-packs/ambush.aspx
Must have includes: flashlight, folder in waistband and compact firearm with one spare magazine.
when I run it's on trails (often a fair bit away from civilization), so the gear I take is similar (albeit a little abbreviated) to what I'd take day hiking
everything is carried in a Osprey Talon 5.5 pack- a 2 or 3 liter bladder depending on the outing, a windshirt, an insulating layer- usually a down vest or jacket, light wool gloves, a light wool hat, small FAK, map/compass, AMK bivy bag, cordage, fire starting bits (mini bic, firesteel, wetfire tinder) sunscreen, sun glasses, headlamp, TP, whistle, signal mirror, water purification tabs, snacks and a small fixed blade
Just me, the dog, my door key, my iPhone with runkeeper pro on. =
i use a camel bak that i take mountain biking. it seems to do me well when i run.
I don't like the Camelbak or similar hydration devices because they tend to bounce on my back when I run. When I run I prefer a waist/lumbar pack. I wear the Mountainsmith Vibe II. It's small, but large enough for my essential EDC - Emerson CQC-7, Surefire Defender (carried in-hand if running in darkness), keys, wallet, iPhone, and Ruger LCP (the LCP is not my typical EDC handgun).
Good day trail loadout. If in the wilds enough to bring TP, I bring a small digging tool. While there are a couple of metal camping versions, for traveling light I recommend the Fiskars gardening trowel for a few dollars from home Depot or the like. For all but the hardest soil it's strong yet very light. I just stick mine in a small plastic bag to keep the inside of my pack clean. Happy trails.
Spyderco Military clipped inside waist when jogging
Kel Tec 380 when walking
Single key in pocket