azizikhalid:

All set for a 4-day Singapore, 1-day Kuala Lumpur, 5-day Padang and 3-day Jogjakarta trip.

What do I carry?

In packing cube:
1. Mission Workshop Merino Henley.
2. Kathmandu Merino V-Neck tshirt.
3. 3 quarter shorts.
4. Levi’s Commuter Chinos
5. Outlier Merino/Co Pivot shirt.
6. Outlier Merino socks x 2.
7. Underwear x 3.

Straight into Goruck GR0 bag:
1. Keen Hybrid sandal.
2. TRX Suspension trainer.
3. Kathmandu Travelling towel
4. Waterproof bag (Padang trip will involve a lot of boat rides, so I’ll keep all my important documents in it).
5. Powerbank.
6. Belt.
7. Evernote Moleskine notebook.
8. Toiletries.
9. Stationaries.

In my GR1 dope bag:

1. All cables and chargers for my electronics.

Electronics:
1. MacBook Pro Retina 15”.
2. iPad Mini.
3. Kindle Paperwhite.
4. Lumix underwater camera.

Everything fits into or attached to 1 bag, my Goruck GR0.

On me:

1. Mission Workshop Merino Henley.
2. Levi’s Commuter Jeans.
3. Mission Workshop Orion Jacket (it does get chilly sometimes in the aircraft).
4. Breathable waterproof socks.
5. Loafers. 

Inspired by packlite

muddybadger:

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Packing light, Special Forces style.
Kit for an Army Special Forces member.

Packing organization by Arc’teryx.

“Backpacking is the art of knowing what not to take.”

Sheridan Anderson (via tamworthlyceum)

Amen!

(via coffeeinthemountains)

My friend and Patagonia Ambassador Kelly Cordes with an important message.

minimalmac:

Let’s just say that you kind of like military-grade style bags — like the GORUCK GR1 for example. And, let’s just say that, while the dedicated laptop compartment in the back is just great, sometimes you might want options. Let’s say that you might want a piece of kit that can hold both your MacBook Air and an iPad inside the main compartment of the bag with some element of protection from your other gear in there. But, let’s just say it might be nice if this worked as a standalone bag that has D-rings of it’s own that you can attach a strap to when you want to leave the full ruck behind and go minimal with just the stuff you need. And, finally, let’s just say you want it to have the same tactical look and feel as your ruck.
Then, you want this Cargo Works Macbook Air + iPad Sleeve.
Let’s just say I bought one. Let’s just say, it’s great.

minimalmac:

Let’s just say that you kind of like military-grade style bags — like the GORUCK GR1 for example. And, let’s just say that, while the dedicated laptop compartment in the back is just great, sometimes you might want options. Let’s say that you might want a piece of kit that can hold both your MacBook Air and an iPad inside the main compartment of the bag with some element of protection from your other gear in there. But, let’s just say it might be nice if this worked as a standalone bag that has D-rings of it’s own that you can attach a strap to when you want to leave the full ruck behind and go minimal with just the stuff you need. And, finally, let’s just say you want it to have the same tactical look and feel as your ruck.

Then, you want this Cargo Works Macbook Air + iPad Sleeve.

Let’s just say I bought one. Let’s just say, it’s great.

swanson-loves-bacon:

So I’ve been gettin asks to show my camping gear. So here is what I can pull together quickly. Let me know if you have any questions about my gear or suggestions for my set up. (Left to Right)

  • Patagonia Down Sweater Hoody
  • Arc’Teryx Alpha LT 
  • Mountain Hardwear Windstopper Tech (They don’t make this anymore, but you can still find it on the internet. I recommend this over the new Mountain Tech they have…its garbage)
  • Platypus 3L water bladder
  • Esee 3-Mil
  • Gregory Z55 (not shown Osprey Ariel 65 and Gregory Palisade 80)
  • Mountain Hardwear 45 Degree Ultra Lamina (not shown Mont-bell Super Spiral 30 degree and Mont-bell Super Stretch 20 degree)
  • Warbonnet Blackbird 1.7 double layer hammock (ditch the eno folks)
  • Warbonnet Mamajamba (buying a superfly soon
  • Jetboil PCS 
  • Sawyer Inline Squeeze Filter (love this thing 3oz and filters down to .1 micron)
  • Vasque Breeze GTX (time for new ones)
  • Not shown is my thermal underwear. I use Icebreakers exclusively. They hold up way better that Patagonia’s Capilene in my opinion)

I’m sure there is more that I just forgot to put and if you have any questions let me know.

Minimal gear inside the GORUCK GR0, a thermus full of strong coffee (none of that weak, watered down and nasty DD coffee), and 8 miles to walk to my target.

Recon on the way.

2 days semi-business trip.

In the GR0:

Toiletries in the Shadow Pocket
1 tshirt (exercising)
1 pair of shorts (exercising)
1 pair of underwear
1 pair of socks
1 button shirt
1 pair of semi-formal pants
Belt
MacBook Air + Charger
Not on the picture, dress shoes.

On me:

Polo shirt
Jeans
Running shoes
Sunglasses
2 days semi-business trip.

In the GR0:

Toiletries in the Shadow Pocket
1 tshirt (exercising)
1 pair of shorts (exercising)
1 pair of underwear
1 pair of socks
1 button shirt
1 pair of semi-formal pants
Belt
MacBook Air + Charger
Not on the picture, dress shoes.

On me:

Polo shirt
Jeans
Running shoes
Sunglasses

2 days semi-business trip.

In the GR0:

  • Toiletries in the Shadow Pocket
  • 1 tshirt (exercising)
  • 1 pair of shorts (exercising)
  • 1 pair of underwear
  • 1 pair of socks
  • 1 button shirt
  • 1 pair of semi-formal pants
  • Belt
  • MacBook Air + Charger

Not on the picture, dress shoes.

On me:

  • Polo shirt
  • Jeans
  • Running shoes
  • Sunglasses