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Old 10-29-2018, 11:58 AM   #1  
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Default Luggage / Bags

Taking the plunge and going to LuggageWorks. Holy crap, Stealth vs. StealthAir, vs. Executive...they all appear the same except the price tags. Who is using what and how do you like them? Please don't send me to other brands, I'm keeping the luggage search as narrow as my political views. Thanks all.
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Taking the plunge and going to LuggageWorks. Holy crap, Stealth vs. StealthAir, vs. Executive...they all appear the same except the price tags. Who is using what and how do you like them? Please don't send me to other brands, I'm keeping the luggage search as narrow as my political views. Thanks all.
Just go for the MAGA rucksack, OD green, plenty of molle straps, with a few cool USMC patches amigo. You’ll be good to go....

Seriously, when my Purdy Neat (now Luggage Works) finally died, I went with Strong Bags. Lighter, cheaper, just as durable. I like it.
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Briggs and Riley Baseline 22” Carry-on, if you’re flying a bizjet, you don’t need the bag to double as an anchor.



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The stealth air is lighter than the normal LW. I love it. Highly recommend it.
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I second the Briggs & Riley, I bought mine in 1998 with a lifetime warranty for $250. They repaired it 3 times over the course of its life at no charge before they told me two years ago(when I sent it for a fourth repair) that they were going to use the bag for research and sent me a new one. I haven't bought a roller board since 1998.
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Zero Halliburton 19" Roller.
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Just go for the MAGA rucksack, OD green, plenty of molle straps,

Is that from the Douchebag collection..or something someone would actually personalize?
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Is that from the Douchebag collection..or something someone would actually personalize?
I'd buy one. Reminiscent of my old ALICE gear. And we prefer the term "deplorable".
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I'd buy one. Reminiscent of my old ALICE gear. And we prefer the term "deplorable".
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I'd buy one. Reminiscent of my old ALICE gear. And we prefer the term "deplorable".
de·plor·a·ble
adjective
shockingly bad in quality.

"That political party's showing during the midterm elections was simply deplorable."

synonyms: lamentable, regrettable, unfortunate, wretched, atrocious, awful, terrible, dreadful, diabolical
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