Need a new EDC bag need suggestions

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  1. ny700

    ny700 Member

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    so my work has switched me over to a lap top which is a huge plus however Inam trying to avoid multiple bags.

    I had been running a hazard 4 Watson for a while because I could fit an iPad in a case in it along with my lunch and a bunch of EDC stuff

    I started hitting the gym and it was too small for running shoes shower shoes and a change of clothes so I switched to a mystery ranch Front.

    Great bag but not big enough for all of that plus a laptop. I basically want the Front with a dedicated laptop sleeve. Any ideas?

    A sling bag would be ideal. But traditional backpack style is fine too
     
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    I’m a fan of the assault style bags like the Maxpedition Falcon/ condor compact assault. It has plenty of room for your needs but they’re not sling style though
     
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    I’d recommend the GR1.
     
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    Look at the trident line from vanquest...solid gear
     
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    L.L. Bean Continental Rucksack. It's a great woods pack as well.
     
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    I really like the arcteryx blade packs for work. I've also had great luck with the new eagle creek offerings. Good organization and avoid the tacticool look.
     
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    goruck gr2 - it's thick enough to carry shoes and clothes. i switched from a tad fast pack litespeed to a goruck rucker for edc and another one dedicated to carrying their plate for training a few months ago and i'm a convert to the brand...definitely carries well, matches better whether i'm wearing street clothes or office clothes and very sheeple friendly.
     

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