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Filson Bag Thread: With Pictures

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LawrenceMD, Aug 14, 2009.

  1. OtterMeanGreen

    OtterMeanGreen Distinguished Member

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    Thanks! Fixed blade you say, hadn’t considered one of those. Filson has a pretty cool collaboration with Buck and this one caught my attention

    https://www.filson.com/104-compadre-camp-knife.html#sku=20138054-fco-000002341

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  2. speedy611

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    Here’s a Japanese Kiridashi that I made as an experiment. Came from an old circular saw blade. I really like the kiridashi shapes, and this one is my “amazon opener”. It’s not really thick enough to get the proper single sided chisel grind of a true kiridashi, but it was fun to make.

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    Carrying this in the UK in public would be regarded as a Very Bad Thing.
    Day to day I find a Leatherman Rebar jolly handy.
     

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    Very nice!
     

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    The interior flannel isn’t thick, so it makes the interior of the jacket soft and comfortable. I think it’s perfect for spring/fall and can be worn in winter if layered properly.
     

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    Great minds think alike.... ;-) table saw blades are good steel.
    fixed blade i made when i had a free saturday a few years ago with my daily carry "money clip"

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    Nicely done on the saw blade! That look so like a Spyderco for your money clip. What model is it?
     

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    It is an old Spyderco Delica serrated. It has been my money clip for over a decade.
    Great knife.
     

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    Matchy matchy with my 256 and 2 wheeled carry-on:
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    BE4B4618-0D3D-4774-BA49-F3D3417A04BC.jpeg This is my daily carry for somewhere between 17-20 years. It’s been to 10 countries or so, had some very close calls at being confiscated (some funny stories there), cut everything you might imagine a knife would cut...
     

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    Oh man, that brought back memories. I bought my first and only Buck ranger in Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada in 1987 for - I think - $68Cdn. I was working a reforestation project and we would go into town on the weekend and spend our hard earned bucks. This was one of the only things I have from that time. I still keep it in in my glove compartment. Only use it once a year usually - to cut the twine holding my Christmas tree to my roof rack.
     

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    Small world, I spent a portion of two summers (90, 91) planting seedlings in northern ON (Hearst, Chapleau). If I develop a cancer or cognitive dysfunction down the road, I would attribute it to the inadvertent ingestion of DEET and any chemicals applied to the thousands of seedlings I planted.
     

  12. OtterMeanGreen

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    Awesome! I’ll have to be on the lookout for a medium at a reasonable cost. No way am I paying the current $400+ that they tend to go for. Here’s another great review from that same guy I posted earlier with the #10088

     

  13. OtterMeanGreen

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    Beautiful! What’s your secret with international airplane travel? Something tells me you don’t carry on, unless you’re law enforcement. My sister who’s a detective with an FBI task force just flew with her glock on her hip and her partner was chewing tobacco during the flight :lol: . Not saying I support that last part, since I had nail clippers confiscated once.
     

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    Filson customer service ... on hold for 20+ mins and counting
     

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    Gentlemen and (now) ladies.

    Question for you in terms of what you'd travel with. I want to see what bag(s) the folks on this thread would carry for the following scenario:
    - one night trip to visit a client in Atlanta (3 hour presentation Wednesday morning)
    - Travel day: jeans/sport coat - maybe light overcoat for rain
    - Client visit: slacks/ same sport coat
    - Same pair of shoes both days
    - 1 pr. underwear, 1 under-shirt, 1 pair socks

    In other words, I'll be packing: 1 dress shirt, 1 pair slacks, 1 pair socks, 1 pair underwear, 1 undershirt, toiletry bag.

    At my disposal is the full gamut of bags and gear:
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    Heritage Sportsman
    Medium Duffle
    Roller suitcase (Away)

    What would you pick and why?
     

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