Having reached an age where I need to carry so much gear that it will not fit in my pockets.Drugs,sprays,phones and a diary to remember everything.I am looking for a daybag not a manbag to fit the bill.Any suggestions.
Alex Elderfield wrote (see)
I was looking for something similar myself. Something I can throw a moleskin, a kindle, a wind shirt, lunch and a bottle of water into. the other main use I've got is as a dad bag (nappies, wipes, drink, snacks, coat, change of cloths). I'd prefer a bag with a top grab handle and a tall side stash pocket for a water bottle.
A Gourdon. ?
Would keep your kindle dry, currently out of stock though.
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I like the Haglofs corker things. Tons of very useful pockets. Large one could be a bit big but its the one they've got good pictures of - here. The small/mediums are set up a little differently but still good.
(Cotswolds have mediums and larges in mustard yellow going cheapish.).
That ultra sil day sac is a very thin fabric so really not sure for daily use.
Much more than one colour for them - each of the sizes has sundry options.Think non identical between the sizes too. Of course they might all be wrong
(look under the main photo for the others.).
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