New dads, always thinking they need more than they really do.
New dads are so stupid. I remember boiling bottles and throwing away food that fell on the floor. Using wipes and powder. Insane.
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Bottom left clockwise: Maxped Manta, 5.11 Rescue 24, Knockoff of a PFII I believe, and the Maxped Remora. Manta was the only one I bought used and glad I did as it sees very little use. Been using it to store my knives lately.
Love the Rescue 24 and Remora. The knockoff is made by Fox Tactical I think. Used it for a couple years until I needed something bigger and the Rescue filled that role perfectly. Now, I rarely carry a bag, but have been looking for a good one for the new job. Thinking a Moab 6, Moab 10 or TT Essential like Corny posted.
Revs, I've got a MOAB 6, and I find it's really difficult to carry well. It always seems to slip down the back and hang awkwardly,( unless you have it really really tight). I'd definitely try as loaded one on first before you buy. At the start of this thread I said I'd tried putting another strap on to make it like a backpack but it still didn't work well. JM2CW.
Repost from " whats new", just so its in a bag place. Just bought a small Finnish Respirator bag. 12x11x6 I think.
Internet pic of a grey one from endicott.co.UK
This is inside, 3 internal pockets and a pen sleeve covered with a pop flap. It also has a waist strap which kinda gets in the way. I may take it off but I'll have to b cut one end as it's stitched in.