Outdoor/Travel Carry

Discussion in 'Outdoor World' started by fraggler, Feb 23, 2018.

  1. fraggler

    fraggler A Happy & Busy Life

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    Thanks for the suggestions. We ended up on a small bag from Manhattan Portage. The red label is a bit big, but otherwise it has worked out well. Manhattan Portage Urban Bag (Grey) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001AM2K5K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apap_z9pIwEoOYOgZU
     
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    Photobucket is still acting up so just text. ULA Catalyst is my large bag for about a decade, I went through many bags prior but this has been the cure. My small bag is Hill People Gear Tarahumara in green waxed canvas. I had one in black nylon but sold it to buy this based on cool factor alone (bushcraft thing). Packs are one of the things I have squared away and no longer think about at all. Someday I will be there for audio.
     
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    I’ve been using a Think-Tank bag for a few years. The main reason being that you can access your camera in less than 5 seconds and without taking the pack off your back. I’ve found that for me, quick and easy access to the camera is fairly critical when I’m tired, sore and hot.

    https://www.thinktankphoto.com/collections/rotation180-series/products/rotation180-deluxe-38l
     

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