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  • Wanderlust77
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    My Aubergine Pick Up Truck and Nightwalk/Tidal Side Kick kept me company today while my car was in the shop today.

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  • Salmanila8
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    The Nordic S25 went to San Diego recently. We visited the zoo, a few places around Balboa Park, and Legoland.

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  • bartleby
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    Enjoying the cherry blossom with my Daylight Backpack...

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  • Shortie
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    What do you do when maintenance in your building accidentally trips the fire alarm three times and there’s a chance it may go off who knows how many times in the middle of the night? Grab your trusty Pop Tote and Grab Bag, pack a change of clothes and toiletries, and find a nearby hotel, of course. :)
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  • b1gsky
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    With the EC Cubelet in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam (my DLBP was left in the cloak room).



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  • G42
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    Picked up another Copilot from someone on Ravelry (thanks again!) in my favorite Original halcyon... Took it today, as I wait for the work being done on my car.

    Car receipts and Kindle in one front pocket, water bottle in it's pocket, and medium YSS in the main compartment... I've recently taken a knitting class (I'll never get up the beginner learning curve without some hands on help, so finally just did it) and it works well for this small project

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  • craigmcclellan
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    I wanted to get a picture of my Taiga Paragon sitting in front of the Falcon, but it was so crowded, I couldn’t make it work. So you can see its straps on my shoulders. 😂 It was a KILLER theme park bag. Not to heavy or hot, but a surprisingly great capacity. And it handled some rain as well.

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  • ittoujuu
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    Originally posted by afstein View Post
    Last update before plane takes off… a pic for those who didn’t know about the side effect “clip to back of seat in front of you” trick!
    I just decided to pull the trigger on a Side Effect I'd been eyeing, and seeing your post here sold me a pair of swivel carabiners to go along with it. I'd slept on the Side Effect originally, probably lumping it mentally with things like the HLT, which I don't have much of a need for. Giving it another look in more recent times, it really appears to be a surprisingly versatile pouch - and slim enough that it'll be no problem getting it to lie flat in a carry-on bag during the packing process. I like that I could potentially use it as an admin pocket in an EDC pack OR a travel pack...and of course, hang it off the back of the seat like a boss.

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  • afstein
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    Last update before plane takes off… a pic for those who didn’t know about the side effect “clip to back of seat in front of you” trick!

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  • afstein
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    Update
    I’m hot and sweaty walking through the airport and getting ready for a five hour flight. Wanted to take off my big long jacket and not carry it around. So I stuffed it into my synik! A sweater and most of the Sunday New York Times is still there in addition to iPad Pro (the big one) with magic keyboard and a MacBook Air! And two water bottles.

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  • afstein
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    On my way to vancouver airport… direct to Newark for three night conference.
    almoat all my clothes in two TB packing cubes - a book that I don’t want messed up is wrapped in a packing cube backpack. Toiletries in a 3D ORGANIZER CUBE, CLEAR. I carry my side effect all the time and it has the bonus of the “clip to seat back Pocket” trick on a plane!
    Synik 30 I’ve been using nonstop since getting it a couple years ago - it’s amazing.
    thanks to everyone at tom Bihn and the forums!

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  • moriond
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    Originally posted by BagAddiction View Post
    Co-Pilot at the Vatican. It’s several years old but I remember taking the pic to share it here, but never joined the forums. I finally joined today so here I am and here’s my first bag pic :)
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    Welcome BagAddiction ! It's a great photo, regardless of when taken 🙂
    I really like the color. That’s your Co-Pilot in Indigo Ballistic Nylon isn’t it? I remember when it debuted for the Tri-Star (that I still carry). To see more pictures, I’ll point you to Kismet! My Indigo family would like to announce the newest addition.... where you can see how ncb4 finally added in her Co-Pilot in Indigo 1050d Ballistic Nylon.

    moriond

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  • G42
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    Originally posted by BagAddiction View Post
    Co-Pilot at the Vatican. It’s several years old but I remember taking the pic to share it here, but never joined the forums. I finally joined today so here I am and here’s my first bag pic :)
    Welcome BagAddiction ! It's a great photo, regardless of when taken 🙂

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  • BagAddiction
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    Co-Pilot at the Vatican. It’s several years old but I remember taking the pic to share it here, but never joined the forums. I finally joined today so here I am and here’s my first bag pic :)

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  • MatthewR
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    cdgerston Those shots are so great! Thanks for sharing!

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