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    ooof! I didn't mean to torment you with a...

    ooof! I didn't mean to torment you with a metaphysical question during a work week! :rolleyes:

    But seriously, if it were geeky me, I would start the 'experiment' now and see how it goes day by...
  2. Hi Toan Nguyen and welcome to the Forums, we're...

    Hi Toan Nguyen and welcome to the Forums, we're glad you're here! :)

    It could be that your internal frame is not adjusted correctly to the shape of YOUR back.

    Please take a look at this blog...
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    Yes, ideally your containers and other stuff...

    Yes, ideally your containers and other stuff would keep your bottle upright, off to one side - though I always advocate for leak proof bottles....

    In general, I often keep the sleeve unzipped but...
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    That container is 6.8" square and I'm assuming...

    That container is 6.8" square and I'm assuming that you'd want to stack them flat into the bottom of the bag to reduce the chance of spilling...

    I ended up with a cheap plastic 'to go' container...
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    To @threads' point, do you have time to try out...

    To @threads' point, do you have time to try out the backpack/PCSB with each little one for the next month or so...? See how they take to it and if they learn over time to never leave them behind?
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    With high heat, drink your water, eat a banana,...

    With high heat, drink your water, eat a banana, and move nice and slow... no need to rush around - plan plenty of breaks in the shade or inside AC, especially late afternoon.
    I don't think you...
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    Hmmm, you could always use a carabiner to attach...

    Hmmm, you could always use a carabiner to attach it to the top grab handle, but it would be swinging around a lot and would drive me batty...

    The thing is, the Luminary is designed to have a...
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    Hi @rebcesarz and Welcome to the Forums! I use...

    Hi @rebcesarz and Welcome to the Forums!

    I use 16oz Nalgene water bottles (that don't leak) so I can put them almost anywhere. Sometimes I use the internal water bottle zip sleeve and other times...
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    Welcome to the Forums @bmd3465! You can also...

    Welcome to the Forums @bmd3465!

    You can also contact the fine folks in Customer Service and see if they can check the fit for you
    :)
  10. Thread: Bike commuting!

    by G42
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    Go Bike, Go! I was biking to work several times...

    Go Bike, Go!
    I was biking to work several times a week until this past year, when I started weight lifting at the gym super early in the morning, so I'm trying to figure out how to work it back in...
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    Welcome to the Forums! I'll offer the contrary...

    Welcome to the Forums!

    I'll offer the contrary opinion and reco the Luminary 15. It's a sleek bag with just enough organization. Your kindle/ipad can fit in the back padded compartment,...
  12. Thread: Synapse 19 vs 25

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    Poll: Welcome to the Forums @nowuh! How well it all...

    Welcome to the Forums @nowuh!

    How well it all fits depends a lot on the details of the size/shapes of your objects.
    If it fits in the 16L, it should fit in an S19 - except some of the S19 space...
  13. Thread: Paris! By train

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    Very nice! And I think I didn't know (or I...

    Very nice!
    And I think I didn't know (or I forgot) that you have a lovely green A30. Is that Forest? What's the interior?
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    You could also buy a short length of 1" webbing...

    You could also buy a short length of 1" webbing at any decent sized fabric / arts & crafts store and have an alterations shop sew it on for you (bring a pic of a TB bag and have them measure you) and...
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    Welcome to the Forums @cowlax8! I haven't had...

    Welcome to the Forums @cowlax8!

    I haven't had any problems with my frame sheet bags... usually they're hard to get into/out of the loops without some serious flexing.
    Whether or not anyone...
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    Adding to what @moriond said, since I'm not sure...

    Adding to what @moriond said, since I'm not sure if I understand how you are contemplating carrying it...

    Measuring from the the center of the top seam of the slightly curved panel below the strap...
  17. Just noticed that the main website has...

    Just noticed that the main website has reorganized a bit!

    Now the 'everything we make' only shows the available/in production items instead of including retired designs... Only slight oddity I saw...
  18. Thread: LGB!!!

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    I'm originally from MA, so a Boston Bruins fan by...

    I'm originally from MA, so a Boston Bruins fan by heritage (but I'm not an jerk about it).

    Sincere congrats to the City of St. Louis for the Blues first Stanley Cup!
    It was a great story...
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    Sticky: Welcome to the Forums @AnOmegaOdyssey! Hope...

    Welcome to the Forums @AnOmegaOdyssey!

    Hope your really enjoy your new Mars Red Brain Bag! Once you've had a chance to test pack it, feel free to post a review & photos on the 'Photos, Videos,...
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    I usually: -throw my hats on top of everything...

    I usually:
    -throw my hats on top of everything in the main center section of the A30 (requires hats that can squish down on the crown)
    -attach via carabiner to a handle and/or zipper pull
    -shove...
  21. Thread: 2019 wish list

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    Sticky: Since it came up in the a different thread: ...

    Since it came up in the a different thread: Travel Cubelet in 210 ballistic (instead of 525)
  22. Welcome to the Forums @travel! The Ego &...

    Welcome to the Forums @travel!

    The Ego & SuperEgo were before my time... @moriond is our amazing history person, so hopefully they'll chime in
  23. Thread: Rain jacket recos?

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    Welcome to the Forums @Yarpy! Be sure to...

    Welcome to the Forums @Yarpy!

    Be sure to google around for the 2018 and 2019 'best of' lists as a place to start... a lot of the main producers update make/models/specs and name every couple...
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    @Duggy'sMom...I too would like a 210 ballistic...

    @Duggy'sMom...I too would like a 210 ballistic black Travel Cubelet... I prefer the lighter weight fabric for the TCs
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    If I need to pack patience AND flexibility (let...

    If I need to pack patience AND flexibility (let alone money), I'm going to need an S3000.... I'm not very good with the patience sometimes, so I'll need some extra room for spares.
    Plus, if I pick...
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