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    okay so i have been looking for a nice backpack to take on those long summer nights that can hold everything while i ride. any suggestions? or should i try to make my own?


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    Default Re: best back pack

    how much stuff are you trying to hold? Just your phone keys and wallet, or a lot of things?
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    Default Re: best back pack

    I want it to be universal, wen summer hits I'm ganna be going all over so I would wan something that I could add stuff to( water pouch, clips for helmet and other stuff) so I'm not sure. I also want it to be comfortable and supportive. I was thinking about making my own if I couldn't find one

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    Possibly with a place to attach speakers to

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    If you have the skills you could make one, that would be pretty cool. But if not, I would buy something like a hiking day pack from a place like REI or EMS. Packs made by skate companies are made to look cool and hold a board and THATS IT. I have a day pack I have used for a while and its great for carrying stuff when I skate. I don't think EMS makes it anymore, otherwise I would post a link. Hiking packs are also going to be the most comfortable and the best for your back. Stuff by The North Face is good, but expensive. Kelty is another good brans, I have an old Kelty pack from the 70's that was my Dad's and its still nice. Hope this helps!

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    Protip: If you go the hiking back pack route, make sure you get some duct-tape (or something) to secure straps and clips. I shredded a strap from my day pack (molle style) when pulling a coleman, the strap got caught in a wheel. Sketchy to say the least.
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    Default Re: best back pack

    i am designing one right now, hopefully it works. it would be nice if they made one but like you said there supposed to look cool and carry a board. a hiking pack would be that but i thas to be light. let me see what i can draw up and ill get back to you guys for comments.

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    Default Re: best back pack

    ive gone the big bag route.. and im goin twords the lighter end of stuff. its REALLY easy to turn a midsize pack into a slingbag..
    but i find that when you get your comfortable bag picked.. decide what you really do & dont need and go from there. yeah its nice to have something for every situation.. but that **** is heavy and if you lose it youre ****ed. survival stylee is the only way to go.
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    Default Re: best back pack

    camelbak mule. you get a 3l water pouch with it. great for long distance


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