man bag from ****?

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  1. Weebs

    Weebs
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    A while back there was a product that people were raving about and I can't remember (or google to find) the name of it. I think it was called the man bag from ****.

    Anyone remember?
     
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  3. JUSTIficatioN

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    oh god! not the man bag! please anything but the man bag! :D
     
  4. Ding

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    I have a man bag.It carries my marbles :love:
     
  5. Weebs

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    would "center console bug out bag" fit your insecurity better? :)

    No one remembers the one I'm talking about?
     
  6. Gunner3456

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    I thought "man bag" was the PC term for "man's purse."

    Either that or it's where I don't want to get kicked. :D
     
  7. smithmax

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    It's not a purse, it's a European Carry All.
     
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    Weebs-

    The conversation was about the murse and there were several mentioned from maxpedition (expensive) to tactical tailor. I picked up a center console bugout bag in multicam from tactical tailor. The secondary fabric is a desert tan that they are discontinuing and using coyote tan it its place. Big deal except it was cheap compared to the normal price.

    SF-
     
  11. Gunner3456

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    Jack, if you aren't paying at least $600 for your jeans you're just getting the cheap junk. :D
     

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