The bag has an 80l capacity with an additional 30l day pack that zips to the front (image below). The picture above shows what I have managed to squeeze into the main bag. I have no doubt that I shall drop items along the way, but for now this is what I have:
- 4 pairs shoes (Boots, formal, trainers and sandals)
- 4 pairs trousers (2 jeans, 2 cargo)
- 1 warm jacket – my snowboarding jacket so can double as rain mac.
- 1 spring jacket
- 5 Long sleeve tops (2 hoodies, 2 jumpers and 1 light weight)
- 7 t-shirts (5 causal, 2 sports wear)
- 3 shirts
- 2 under armor tops.
- 5 pairs shorts (2 heavy, 3 boardshorts)
- 9 pairs underwear
- 18 socks – I don’t pair them, that way if I loose them or one gets holes it is not a problem.
- 1 blazer – sometimes you need to put in some effort
- 1 waist coat – every man should have one.
- 1 travel towel
- 1 first aid kit
- 1 toiletries bag
In the detachable day pack I have:
- 1 pair climbing shoes
- 1 chalk bag
- 1 sleeping bag
My camera bag will hold everything else which includes:
- 1 Canon 50D body
- 3 lenses (10-20mm, 24-60mm, 150-500mm)
- A bunch of filters
- 1 external flash and remote triggers
- 1 Tripod
- 1 Gorilla pod
- Canon camcorder
- 2 external drives
- 1 Asus Zenbook
- Travel adapters
- Travel documents including passports.
- 1 hip flask.
|The left overs.|
What shocks me is that when I moved to Sweden I made at least 4 trips to the charity shop dumping unwanted goods, yet I still have so much that I don’t really need. I guess this is what living in a consumerist society does to you.