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    Just read Kevin’s last post after posting mine - so, basically what he said! I will say that I ordered the mini “absolute strap” from amazon and found it made a noticeable difference in how comfortable my DLBC was to carry when it started to get really full at the end of long touring days.

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    I two bag travel with the Smart Alec + Side Kick as UMP and the small Yeoman Duffle. It's more space than I typically need, so the YD is under packed 95% of the time. I tried the mini size and loved it except that I found the opening to be too small for my liking (YMMV, of course). The small size has a larger, more convenient opening, but still has the small visual footprint of the mini. I did consider the DLBC and Parental Unit for a crossbody day bag, but ultimately decided that the YD can be checked if need be, plus it's more versatile as a gym bag or overnight bag on its own.

    I use the Side Kick as a purse at my destination, but I don't particularly care to use it that way, so I make do because I love it as an UMP. I don't use the SA or the YD as day/EDC bags, so I'm going to save my pennies to either repurchase a S19 or buy a SN22, for when I need to carry more stuff than the SK allows.

    Long live Burnt Orange! Zest! 152!

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    The Co-Pilot and Pilot are my 2nd/personal bag(s)of choice on air travel. Mine are old (original nordic and black dyneema with white grids). I like their organization. P.S. I donít carry laptops, ipads or any other tablet.

    I also take my Side Kick, used as toiletry kit, packed inside my main bag. Then use it as purse at destination.

    Confession: the Yeoman Mini looks tempting.


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    Medium, but many here have the small and are quite happy. And 5 O-rings, which really helps to make up for lack of compartments...

    ... and the Yeoman might be the only current bag that has a lockable zipper.
    Last edited by ButtUglyJeff; 08-07-2019 at 05:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ButtUglyJeff View Post
    ... and the Yeoman might be the only current bag that has a lockable zipper.
    The Aeronauts do as well since a couple of years ago! Possibly some of the other bags do too, I don't remember.

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    The Daylight Briefcase is about the same length and height as the Maker's Bag, but about 3" thinner and all zip.

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