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post #91 of 97
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Very cool, T4. The only reason I'd avoid zippers is for the sake of speed, and because i don't want to scratch my gear. The latter isn't really a concern since your zippers are all outboard, but I'd still prefer a snap or button closure.
post #92 of 97
Just to add to the list, I was looking at these a few months ago and thought of this thread

http://www.foggspecialistbags.com

Foo, what ever happened with your project? Did it get completed?
post #93 of 97
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The guy I found to do it flaked out. He literally forgot to make the bag. Idiot.

So, I wound up getting the Billingham Combination M bag.
post #94 of 97
What do you think you did in your previous life to have such bad sartorial shopping luck?
post #95 of 97
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

The guy I found to do it flaked out. He literally forgot to make the bag. Idiot.

So, I wound up getting the Billingham Combination M bag.

Great choice. I love mine.

Only issue I have is that the strap seems to "bobble"...
post #96 of 97

Has anyone tried a Black Label Bag?

http://blacklabelbags.com/index.htm

 

Apparently it is an improved version of Artisan and Artist (improved weather sealing etc).

I am looking for a small bag, because my Think Tank is quite big and boxy for a day's walk.

I also like the smaller Billinghams, but I understand they stopped their Hadley Small model.

post #97 of 97
I'm quite late to this thread, but I would recommend the Fogg b-laika in all-black.
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