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What do you carry when you run?

Discussion in 'Where, When, & How Do We Carry All This Stuff?' started by SpacemanSpiff23, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. Tradecraft

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    IMO, questionable advice.
     
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  3. mtwarden

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    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
     
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    Just me, the dog, my door key, my iPhone with runkeeper pro on. =
    Kiss
     
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    i use a camel bak that i take mountain biking. it seems to do me well when i run.
     
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    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).
     
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    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.
     
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    Spyderco Military clipped inside waist when jogging

    Kel Tec 380 when walking

    Surefire e2e

    Single key in pocket