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#292808 - 07/22/19 09:01 PM Big bag or small bag? (edc)
teacher Offline
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Registered: 12/14/05
Posts: 780
Are you a big bag person (backpack, laptop briefcase) or a small bag (tablet size, purse, etc.) person?

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#292812 - 07/22/19 10:50 PM Re: Big bag or small bag? (edc) [Re: teacher]
Jeanette_Isabelle Offline
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Registered: 11/13/06
Posts: 2111
Loc: Somewhere in Florida
My EDC bag is bigger than average.

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#292816 - 07/22/19 11:26 PM Re: Big bag or small bag? (edc) [Re: teacher]
Russ Offline
Geezer

Registered: 06/02/06
Posts: 5169
Loc: SOCAL
EDC = Pocket carry so that would be small no bag.
OTOH, my latest acquisition is an REI Ruckpack 28 (1709 ci), which probably qualifies as a medium pack for EDC, not large, but bigger than my Patagonia Atom Sling at 488 ci.


Edited by Russ (07/22/19 11:44 PM)

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#292817 - 07/22/19 11:36 PM Re: Big bag or small bag? (edc) [Re: teacher]
hikermor Offline
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Geezer

Registered: 08/26/06
Posts: 6941
Loc: southern Cal
No bag; my routine EDC fits in my pocketses...
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#292821 - 07/23/19 02:01 AM Re: Big bag or small bag? (edc) [Re: teacher]
chaosmagnet Offline
Sheriff
Carpal Tunnel

Registered: 12/03/09
Posts: 3161
Loc: USA
Work: Laptop bag. Itís not terribly small.

Outdoors stuff: Generally a Camelbak MULE, which is a midsize bag.

Long events related to my recombinant DNA: Either my laptop bag or a smaller bag for my tablet and a power bank.

Itís colossally unsubtle but I have a 5.11 fanny pack for when Iím out on a bike ride.

Most other activities, no bag.

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#293170 - 08/30/19 02:14 PM Re: Big bag or small bag? (edc) [Re: teacher]
Chisel Offline
Old Hand

Registered: 12/05/05
Posts: 1186
During working years, a laptop bag

Now, retired and living in city.
Mostly no bag, but a 15 liter bag is always nearby in the car trunk

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#293177 - 08/30/19 06:14 PM Re: Big bag or small bag? (edc) [Re: teacher]
Roarmeister Offline
Old Hand

Registered: 09/12/01
Posts: 913
Loc: Saskatchewan, Canada
35 litre backpack which is normally only 1/2 full.
Small PSK and survival kit, small tool kit and medium sized electronics kit, rain jacket, various cordage and lunch with my LM Surge strapped to the outside.

I can add my laptop easily or books/files for work. I like the flexibility to add items as I require.

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#293192 - 09/01/19 02:15 AM Re: Big bag or small bag? (edc) [Re: teacher]
hikermor Offline
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Geezer

Registered: 08/26/06
Posts: 6941
Loc: southern Cal
Neither-my EDC goes in my pockets. if I am gearing up for something elaborate, it goes in a 35 liter backpack, almost all the time.
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