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post #93436 of 100892
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Originally Posted by penanceroyaltea View Post

what a miserable sounding place frown.gif

if you haven't already checked out NWMA's selection of Mac and Stutterheim stuff, you should.

Stutterheim has a nice Mac.
post #93437 of 100892
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Originally Posted by 5354 View Post

Mass-text everyone: "just got 3 grams for $30 LMAO" then immediately follow up with "ignore that, wrong person srry"

It's original purpose was to get a reaction from your parents, but I've tried it with friends and it worked.

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Originally Posted by BreezyBirch View Post

i don't get it

It was a prank Nathan Fielder suggested to his twitter followers, and then people posted the responses.

http://splitsider.com/2013/04/nathan-for-yous-nathan-fielder-has-kids-play-a-fun-drug-deal-prank-on-their-parents/
post #93438 of 100892
I still don't follow. why didn't he just say "point oh oh three kilograms"?
post #93439 of 100892
Sadly, in the zero sum game that is @BreezyBirch vs. everyone who's replying to his trolling posts, Breezy is pulling inexorably ahead.

But don't stop on my account. I'm chuckling.
post #93440 of 100892
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Originally Posted by penanceroyaltea View Post
 

since i've started dressing like a hobo farmer

 

Hard to believe without a fitpic.

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Do you guys think this backpack will be too small to take with me for travelling? I want a bag that can be used as a carry on. It measures 55cm x 20cm x 30cm which is about 33 litres!

Keep in mind I will be travelling for one year, in all sorts of weather...will it be big enough?
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Is it water-resistant, ala chrome etc? If not, look elsewhere.

post #93443 of 100892
Get a proper travel bag. 35L or larger.
post #93444 of 100892
I think the bag is tough. It is a collaboration between Porter x Isaora and description says it has waterproof zippers and the base constructed from a super-tough, technical nylon sourced from Italy.
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Do you guys think this backpack will be too small to take with me for travelling? I want a bag that can be used as a carry on. It measures 55cm x 20cm x 30cm which is about 33 litres!

Keep in mind I will be travelling for one year, in all sorts of weather...will it be big enough?

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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Is it water-resistant, ala chrome etc? If not, look elsewhere.

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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

Get a proper travel bag. 35L or larger.

Big enough depends on what all sorts of weather means, how much flexibility you'll have to store things, and how well you can edit a selection of clothes for your needs, etc.

But yeah, you want something that's pretty weatherproof so you don't worry about your stuff getting soaked or having to fuck w/ a rain cover.

Honestly, these are pretty badass, esp for the price: http://www.patagonia.com/us/product/black-hole-pack?p=49330-0

EDIT: +1 to all the below.
post #93446 of 100892

For a year long trip, you want a bag that you can kick the shit out of while looking decent. Waterproof zippers are nothing without reinforced pockets, waterproofed lining, etc etc. Is it a spray on lining or is it internal?

There are lots of things at play, but I like bike messenger gear because it is functional as fuck. That bag looks dope, but I wouldn't go a year on something where the reliability has not been tested.

post #93447 of 100892

This is overkill, but...

 

http://www.chromeindustries.com/us/en/bags/militia/sotnik

 

Edit: Sorry, this doesn't have straps like I thought it did.

 

Try mission workshop?

http://missionworkshop.com/products/bags/backpacks/roll_top/large_vandal.php

 

Timbuk 2: http://www.timbuk2.com/tb2/products/aviator-travel-pack

post #93448 of 100892
the new OL robe coat looks so comfy...
post #93449 of 100892
Thanks for the advice and recommendations...but I still like the backpack I originally posted shog[1].gif

Does it not look durable? The material is made of technical fabric, product descriptions says it was designed to be wearable on the streets and slopes.
Here are the inside of the bag...looks well made to me, I don't see how this will fall apart



post #93450 of 100892

Hey man, it's up to you, but I just wonder how things will look in there once you have to walk in a downpour. I've had my laptop in my chrome bag during rainstorms and I haven't given a shit. Everything was totally dry. I traveled around uganda and india with a different bag and it was fine. And I camp with it.

 

That tarp is sewn in there.

 

 


I like tested reliability for these things because I don't like using things I don't trust when it's important if I haven't had a chance to test them. If you still have time before your trip, buy it, walk with it in the rain or pack it with shirts and throw it in the shower. See what happens!

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