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Anybody got a read on whats a good short sleeve chambray button up? I forgot my band of Outsiders a couple years ago on a trip, need a good new option. Preferably around $100 or so
I ordered this one, should arrive soon:

 

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That wallet just screams "when you're an American who's on vacay in Europe and just really wish you could open carry a gun"
Maybe this applies more to the other side of the forum so I'll post it there too...
Why is it so weird for men to just admit they like clothes?
I ordered this one, should arrive soon:
Oh neat, more stuff at NMWA I want
 

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I ordered this one, should arrive soon:

way To rub it in. This is the one I want but it’s sold out.
 

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Dang, I like this.

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In other news, anyone have this bag? Thinking about it for a small camera bag. One or two small lenses (no telephoto) and a couple rolls of film. Think it would work?

 

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Any fanny pack recommendations?

Don’t try to talk me out of it I want it for a tropical vacation.
 

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Belt bag? Patagonia, makes some that can be worn belt or over the shoulder. Some 90s colors too if you want to go that way. If you want more odd proxy from type action Japan Andwander makes them. My choice I think would be one from Hyperlight Montain Gear as it would be useable with my hiking stuff from them.
 

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In other news, anyone have this bag? Thinking about it for a small camera bag. One or two small lenses (no telephoto) and a couple rolls of film. Think it would work?

I don't have that specific one, but another Porter briefcase (I think it's this one). One thing to note, is that it (at least mine) is very soft, so you don't get a lot of protection for you lenses, and maybe not enough storage options to separate them safely. If you plan to individually wrap your lenses for safety, it may work out fine, but - without having checked myself - maybe someone offers a small and nice more camera focused bag, with insulated compartments?

edit: from a quick search, Porter actually make dedicated camera bags - though they may be too bulky for your needs. A better link.
 

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I don't have that specific one, but another Porter briefcase (I think it's this one). One thing to note, is that it (at least mine) is very soft, so you don't get a lot of protection for you lenses, and maybe not enough storage options to separate them safely. If you plan to individually wrap your lenses for safety, it may work out fine, but - without having checked myself - maybe someone offers a small and nice more camera focused bag, with insulated compartments?

edit: from a quick search, Porter actually make dedicated camera bags - though they may be too bulky for your needs. A better link.
Interesting. I do have each one of my lenses individually wrapped in something like this - https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1248219-REG/ruggard_lpn_f35x45_fold_over_neoprene_lens_pouch.html

So this would be for day trips walking around, not to ship / pack etc. I dont think there is TOO much padding needed since I plan to just have it strapped to my body but thats a good thing to note.

Some of these And Wander bags look good as well.


 

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With that wrapping I'm sure it'll work just fine.
 

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