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rural
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17487 posts since 26/9/06

24 Apr 2019 16:35
illwill wrote:
rural wrote: wow handbags from swede innit

He's obviously had a few Rekorderligs off the systembolaget

He loves Rekorderlig, remember him saying it was his all time favourite drink.
darko
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884 posts since 4/10/12

24 Apr 2019 16:38
Patagonia black hole 25L
Sneakysbest
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1884 posts since 28/1/12

24 Apr 2019 16:59
Arket is class, but not sure I’m backing them for a hiking backpack. If it’s gonna get occasional use, what’s the point in getting something pricey??
Burt
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5273 posts since 3/1/10

24 Apr 2019 17:05
Sneakysbest wrote: Arket is class…
rural's alternative account - give it a fucking rest, son.

Double check the cunts IP, Andy.
illwill
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3375 posts since 17/5/04

posted 24 Apr 2019 17:21, edited 24 Apr 2019 17:21
Sneakysbest wrote: If it’s gonna get occasional use, what’s the point in getting something pricey??

What is the point of being alive?

Have you even been paying attention to Fuk?
deuce
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13602 posts since 21/1/08

24 Apr 2019 18:58
I bought one of those C6 slim backpacks for work. Pretty good and not bulky
andymakesglasses
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20087 posts since 26/1/06

24 Apr 2019 21:06
illwill wrote: Any recommendations for 30-ish litre backpacks that also look nice?

Is Trakke too pricey? The Vorlich is 32 litres.
illwill
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3375 posts since 17/5/04

24 Apr 2019 21:18
Yeah, about double what I want to spend.

These options are all very pretty but I'm after something a bit more technical and lightweight.
swede
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7629 posts since 21/3/09

24 Apr 2019 21:25
Sneakysbest wrote: Arket is class, but not sure I’m backing them for a hiking backpack

Exactly. Fuck off rural
Sneakysbest
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1884 posts since 28/1/12

24 Apr 2019 21:31
Laughing out loud just me and rural keen on Arket then.
rural
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17487 posts since 26/9/06

24 Apr 2019 21:41
Swedes on the Blob!
andymakesglasses
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20087 posts since 26/1/06

posted 25 Apr 2019 08:29, edited 25 Apr 2019 08:29
illwill wrote: Yeah, about double what I want to spend.

These options are all very pretty but I'm after something a bit more technical and lightweight.

Have a look at Fjällräven's "trekking backpacks" (not as hypebeasty as their High Street stuff and more technical) and Haglöfs for technical bags that aren't quite as outdoorsy-looking as some brands.
MrW
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2452 posts since 1/8/11

25 Apr 2019 09:03
illwill wrote: I'm after something a bit more technical and lightweight.

If you want functional and value comfort over fashun, I've got a couple of Deuters and they're great. You can wear all day without knowing it's there, super-light and loads of useful pockets. Futura and Speed Lite 24 worth a look.
roophees
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1428 posts since 18/12/10

25 Apr 2019 09:08
Don't know what your budget is illwill - but the Arcteryx Arro is pretty techy. have had my eye on it for a while but can't justify yet another bag
gawkrodger
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7465 posts since 4/11/08

25 Apr 2019 22:24
darko wrote: Patagonia black hole 25L

good call
DDasein
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30 posts since 30/5/13

26 Apr 2019 10:08
roophees wrote: Don't know what your budget is illwill - but the Arcteryx Arro is pretty techy. have had my eye on it for a while but can't justify yet another bag

Use this daily and would recommend. Doesn’t feel like it can fit as much in some other bags around that size though because of the shape

Bedouin Deliries looks decent too
illwill
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3375 posts since 17/5/04

26 Apr 2019 13:40
Arcteryx looks great but it think it's a little small and I'm in danger of looking like a matchy matchy fanboi if I buy any from of their stuff.