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Suggestion: Add loops to Freudian Slip for attaching to bag

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    Suggestion: Add loops to Freudian Slip for attaching to bag

    I've got a vertical Freudian Slip in my Brain Bag. I rigged up some straps to go through the top loop of the FS and then through the loops on the center wall of the BB in order to hold the FS tight against the wall of the bag and prevent it from flopping around in the bag (I don't use the magazine pocket side of the FS so when I open the BB compartment I want the "front" of the FS to be readily accessible).

    My solution works, but it would be nice if there were some loops built into the FS to make the attachment a little cleaner.

    Jason
    Jason
    Aeronaut 45 | Brain Bag | Medium Cafe Bag | Various odds and ends

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    Jason

    I think most people do use both sides of the FS and I would assume that most pull it out of their bag at destination to get things out so I would assume that is the reason that there are no attachment points. I would think that any competent shoe repair should be able to add a couple of loops for you.
    When in trouble, obfuscate.

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