DIY Gear Bags

How important it is to keep things organized! The thing about it is you don’t have to spend a lot of money to buy them, so why not make your own? 

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I’ve been making them for some time now. It all started with Mike’s cooking pots, thanks to him I made a few since then which allowed me in return to practice.

I just like the idea of keeping things together where they belong; group them and keep things in order. Basically knowing where my stuff is, is very important especially when my backpack is full.

Now recently Mike asked me to make a bag for his GSI Kettle, Mors Pot & Stainless Steel Bottle from his old pair of cargo pants! It was custom fit and he was happy about it.

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While I was on it I made a few gear bags of my own. Here’s one where I could put my flashlight and headlamp. DIY GEAR BAGS

For this batch of bags I didn’t have any more cord stoppers but that is always easy to install; I just simply inserted some leftover paracord; made a knot on both ends and voila! My bag is done!

I was satisfied with these bags but next time I would like to make some more from another type of material; maybe ripstop nylon. I think it will be cool and I might show it to you as well!

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Until next time friends and as always Mike & I appreciate you so much!

God Bless!

Josie

 

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2 thoughts on “DIY Gear Bags

  1. Hello 🙂

    Je me souviens que tu avais parlé de la poche pour la nalgène. J’ai une nouvelle bouteille et du coup je vais en faire une. Je n’ai pas retrouvé la video mais grâce à votre site j’ai le model. Merci à vous deux 🙂

    1. Allô Guillaume, je suis désolé que je n’ai pas la vidéo mais je suis contente d’étendre que t’en avait fait une, c’est tellement pratique et la plupart de sacs que Mike utilise, je les avais fait aussi. J’utilisais tout simplement “old jeans” (vieux pantalon en jeans); ça dure longtemps. Merci pour temps Guillaume.

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