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    my 2 cents
    we need a sprout for grownup (or a sprout which can grow up&down even better)
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    A lot of rides won't let you bring a water bottle. Seriously, you're not in the desert. There is plenty of places to get a drink there.

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    We went to WDW in the fall of 2018 for a week and had a BLAST! After studying every bag option and scenario, we decided to get stretchy under clothes running hip belts for our phones and a few small first aid items and called it good. The Magic Band eliminates any need for a wallet. Water is readily available.

    Not only was it so freeing to walk without anything, it helps avoid security lines and makes getting through crowds a breeze.

    Honestly evaluate everything and if you cannot identify a specific point you will need something leave it behind. It’s amazing how little you can get by on if you eliminate the “maybe” when packing for the day.

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    I second all the posts around getting by with as little as possible - if you can avoid bag check at the security points, it makes a big difference. But assuming you need a bag of some type - and if carrying something crossbody doesn’t violate your ‘no shoulder carry’ restriction - I’d recommend the Daylight Briefcase. I used it on our last trip to Disney World, minimally packed, and it worked perfectly.

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    As an annual pass holder (just returned from WDW two weeks ago), I second the recommendations to not carry a backpack, especially when it is warm. I have a S30 that I use for travel, but it stays in the hotel room. I actually carry just the following: Magic Band insert, sunglasses, chap stick, wallet, and phone. My wife does carry a water bottle in a cross-body holder. She has carried a back pack and does not like it as clearing security is a hassle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farscott View Post
    As an annual pass holder (just returned from WDW two weeks ago), I second the recommendations to not carry a backpack, especially when it is warm. I have a S30 that I use for travel, but it stays in the hotel room. I actually carry just the following: Magic Band insert, sunglasses, chap stick, wallet, and phone. My wife does carry a water bottle in a cross-body holder. She has carried a back pack and does not like it as clearing security is a hassle.
    Welcome to the Forums @farscott!
    I like all the blues and greys...and all the happy citrus colours too! My search unicorn is the Sapphire Dyneema original Small Shop Bag...

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