Backpack Recommendations

Discussion started by nsavage, Jun 9, 2018.

  1. Rami

    Rami Active Member 2017 Sabbatical Fail 2018 Charity Auction Winner

    @Ferret619 not really. I am not the dexterous and I survived fine. All you need to know is to prepare the nappy before hand and don’t let go of the legs.

    And if a boy keep you know what away from you.
     
  2. nsavage

    nsavage Member

    1st day out with the new pack and very happy with it. Extremely comfortable to wear and the built in kickstand works extremely well. Still hoping that I wont miss the additional accessory pockets though.
     
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  3. glenos

    glenos Member 2018 Sabbatical 2015 Sabbatical

    Funny you say that my eldest daughter obviously didn't like the cold breeze but had impeccable aim, I still don't understand how.

    The disturbing thing about tactical nappy bags is the range available, I posted the first link but a search for them turned up far too many results.
     
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  4. Ferret619

    Ferret619 Foolish Possums are not Grand Poobahs 2018 Sabbatical

    I feel like a Molle chest rig/ baby holder is just the best product
     
  5. TomG

    TomG Member

    I bit the bullet and paid the big bucks for a Tumi ballistic nylon backpack in 2006. I have used it constantly since that time - it has had extensive field use and been to many countries, yet shows no sign of wear.
    It is both comfortable and functional, and I have no doubt it will outlast me and be passed down to one of my sons. Despite this, it is still kind of hard to justify the expense, but sometimes you need a product to be "bullet-proof" so to speak, and this fits the bill.
     
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  6. Rami

    Rami Active Member 2017 Sabbatical Fail 2018 Charity Auction Winner

    @TomG
    Any specific model. Might be intrested in something hardy
     
  7. TomG

    TomG Member

    G'day @Rami. It is an Alpha 2 T-Pass Business Class Brief Pack.
    I use it to store my laptop and other electronic/IT gear. Still plenty of room to stash some folded clothes, toiletries and other items.
    Heaps of compartments, including some specialised for applications e.g. electronics, wet items, etc.
     
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  8. Rami

    Rami Active Member 2017 Sabbatical Fail 2018 Charity Auction Winner

    @TomG

    Thanks mate. I will keep an eye out in case they ever go on sale
     
  9. TomG

    TomG Member

    Duty Free is another option.
     
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  10. eggbert

    eggbert is full of Vision Collision 2018 Sabbatical 2017 Sabbatical Da Menth Heads

    I've been looking at Greenroom136's bags for the last year or so.
    From Malaysia, and the bags are very customisable.
    Chase Reeves just reviewed a sling bag of theirs and seemed fairly impressed bar one issue with the strap which could be fixed by the above customisation.

    And they are not so expensive compared to most of the bags on the market these days.
     

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