Packs, pouches, and patches.

Discussion in 'Adventure, Hiking, Backpacking and Travel' started by Frankenstein, Sep 17, 2016.

  1. STPNWLF

    STPNWLF Member

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    Came across these patches while going through the closet, not exactly outdoorsy.
    But this is the Jungle training forum,
    "Welcome to the jungle"
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    Boy... that brings back memories. Sheeit IDK, was it 1988 ?
     
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    I had the large one on my jean jacket!
     
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    Got a few new Patches.
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    Digging this RDDP 1 pouch from TAD. Closed up it's tiny and barely takes up any room on my range belt (Candiru for scale):

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    and opened up:

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    One-handed, fast pull tab opening is a bonus.
     
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  6. Strigidae

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    Oooo thats slick!
     
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    nice bag!!
     
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    Thanks man, it really is a good one.
     
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    just picked up a Mystery Ranch Urban Assault pack for a new gym bag...I dig it...and it packs everything I need for my regular beat down...

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  11. Mike Smith

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    Took my new Tara out for a spin. Sorry about the bad picture.

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    An Alice pack that I bought off a member here. It’s my fishing bag, loaded with just about everything, to include every flavor of powerbait to flys to ferro rod.
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    My German Alpine Ruck. My daily tote for work and gym.
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    You guys have some very nice packs!
     
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    Took my new Mystery Ranch Scapegoat 25 out for a hike. Love the clamshell opening, the stuff pocket on the back, the option to remove the main belt while retaining a tuck away belt, and just enough organizational pockets. I sold a 3dap and bought this. Best move I’ve made in a long time. The only thing I wish it had was straps on the bottom, but other than that it’s an awesome daypack.
     
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    Taking a day hike with my new Kelty MAP 3500. I’ve come to the realization that this is a nice pack and I’m horribly out of shape. More hikes to come in the future to remedy that situation!
     
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