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post #31 of 37
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The idea of a large-capacity backpack is hideous.


Why? Not every one has access to a car or public transportation.

post #32 of 37
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I cannot believe you're even asking. Obviously RafxEastpak. Also, the Timbuk2 messenger bag I have in medium holds a lot of stuff, and they have larger sizes.
Messenger bags are so ghey.


I used to think having a manbag reflected on my sexuality. But with so much stuff nowadays, let's face it, us guys have more to carry than our fathers and grandfathers did.

post #33 of 37
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post #34 of 37

Like that one... you could carry everything but the kitchen sink! The question being, would you want to?

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post #36 of 37
Do you already have the bike picked out? IMHO, if you're going to be carrying grocery-sized loads, you might want to find a bike that can handle a basket or panniers, like some others have suggested. Riding a bike with anything more than a light load on your back sort of sucks.
post #37 of 37
Try BooQ
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