How many bags do each of you use? Purpose and general contents. As for me, I have a leather briefcase (saddleback) for all of my office needs (files, pen, pencil, calculator) and I have a 5.11 rush…Continue
"My bad back recently forced me to a two bag combination. A rolling briefcase/computer bag and the soft-sided lunch bag for daily work use. I've an ancient soft-sided attaché case for the odd not at work go round…"
"I suppose the answer depends on whether there is a distinction between bags and luggage like suitcases. Currently I have a leather briefcase that carries my laptop, books, notepads and such. I just ordered a canvas and leather backpack…"
"I have a book bag for work with pens, pencils, papers to grade, glasses, calculator, sub-service phone number, etc. I have my fencing bag with swords, tips, a blade stone, sneakers, and protective equipment. If I'm in production for a…"
"2 pockets. That's really it for day to day things. Phone, wallet, and handkerchief.
For work and school I do indeed use a bag. I use a large bag from the Timbuk2 company. I can store my laptop, charger, headphones, and a book or two in…"
"1 Under Armour duffel bag that I use as a duty bag. Carries everything I need for work, my lunch sack, and whatever else. I have a briefcase on wheels for my laptop and a Padfolio with document storage for meetings.
I keep some…"
How many bags do each of you use? Purpose and general contents. As for me, I have a leather briefcase (saddleback) for all of my office needs (files, pen, pencil, calculator) and I have a 5.11 rush 24 as a "bug-out-bag", for lack of a better term. In it I carry medical supplies, knives, pistol, flashlight, USB auxiliary charger, firestarter, etc etc). I feel like I these serves my needs, but I'm curios about other's bag philosophy.
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"Sparing yourself and the entire community from a lot of long-winded ramblings and introspection on this topic, I'd say one of the defining characteristics of manhood that I do not see many of today's young 'men' measuring up to…"
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