What’s your favorite edc pack?

Jun 21, 2019
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I prefer a low profile design for work or traveling. The ability to move through crowds and not attract the attention is very important in my line of work. If I am going to go hike or camping then I use something more tactical as it affords me load bearing options when blending in isn’t necessary.
 
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a couple suggestions on making a Low vis pack.

No logos on the outside, Padded pockets so a gun can be carried with a round in the chamber ( a pocket in which a trigger cannot be pulled from the inside or outside of pack), a system for pouches to be placed inside the back pack, OR purpose built organizers on the inside. I would aim at making a backpack for a student that will meet the same requirements as someone carrying a firearm , and firearm related gear. Selecting the color for these packs is important.
 
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Dean Cattell

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#26
Tasmanian Tiger makes their hiking backpacks with pouch attachment options inside the pack itself. Here in Canada we can’t conceal carry or open carry at all so the grey man isn’t really important for me. Function is number one and if I can quickly attach pouches to the outside of a pack, carry them inside the pack or use them separately, is important. Top reason I suggested the modular pack system.
 
Jun 21, 2019
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A lot of people have left tactical looking bags in their cars and have had windows smashed in because they look appealing to criminals. I had someone smash my window in while hiking and take a laptop and my EDC bag. I feel they targeted it because it was tactical looking. My firearm was on me but they made off with about 80 bucks worth of first aid and the pack itself.
 
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Dean Cattell

Sergeant ☆☆☆
Jan 29, 2018
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Pierceland, Saskatchewan Canada
#28
A lot of people have left tactical looking bags in their cars and have had windows smashed in because they look appealing to criminals. I had someone smash my window in while hiking and take a laptop and my EDC bag. I feel they targeted it because it was tactical looking. My firearm was on me but they made off with about 80 bucks worth of first aid and the pack itself.
Up here I’ve had my vehicle broken into and they grabbed my daughters Under armour backpacks with about $200 in each one. They couldn’t see them, but still broke in anyway
 
Nov 8, 2019
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#30
Plain, but functional. Not drawing attention to the rows of molle webbing, like the new maxpedition design where instead of nylon webbing its a solid panel with slits cut for attachments. I love my Tumi alpha briefcase because it doesn't draw attention, but it is big enough for everything that I might need in almost any situation. Without having to be my giant bug out bag, and really how effective can you be with something you don't practice with daily?