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I have a low profile camelback that i use occasionally with my gopro. it fits under my coat and no one knows. It carries:

My gopro
swifter gopole that collapses into three pieces
my tool
all my applicable gopro accessories
maybe some gum or mints
first aid

I try my very best to keep it bear minimum. No one wants 10+ extra pounds hanging off their back. It throws your mass off more than you think.

If its an extra cold day, ill throw some precautionaries in there(warmers, liners, etc)
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Ha. You can't bring the Helmet thing into this. That doesn't make sense.

As mentioned here, safety equipment is different.

I just can't understand why people ride with all that unnecessary shit.

If you do, fine. I just don't get it. That's all
It's not different in the sense that it is simply a tool used for a purpose. I use it for a purpose as I stated above. That's all.
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It's not different in the sense that it is simply a tool used for a purpose. I use it for a purpose as I stated above. That's all.
Don't worry about it mop:


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Don't worry about it mop:


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It's not different in the sense that it is simply a tool used for a purpose. I use it for a purpose as I stated above. That's all.
Fucks sake, how much more agreeable do I have to get
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Fucks sake, how much more agreeable do I have to get
I don't think we are really disagreeing about anything substantive.

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Don't know if this is a general rule, but at Seymour you're supposed to take your backpack off when getting on a lift. Too much of a PITA. Fail.


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i ride with a camelback but just the hydration pak not the backpack, and only because i fill that bad boy with some goose or captain. Its the only way riding on the ice coast is tolerable.

when your a man sometimes you wear stretchy pants in your room just for fun
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fuckin gapers.
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Okay, I see the need to carry a pack when you go back country ,but most of your stuff will fit in ur pockets (cell phone, wallet, mp3).
I don't really have a problem with people wearing backpacks but I just find it silly when you see kids wearing them, and just eating snow on the bunny hills.
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