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PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2009 12:40 am 
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Lowepro Flipside 200
The fastpack 250 i ordered became discontinued by a suplpier so i switched and got it for about the same price locally.

I went for a walk with it on and it felt really comfy and secure. On a bike it was a slightly different story as it hurt a bit. It fits everything i have and what i want to get, it's a nice light backpack the only downside is that it's back opening and not All weather. I t was hard getting my XS in the first time and it seriously made me worry but after the first time it fits snuggly in place but not too firmly.
sorry if the images are big but i don't think photobucket does smaller..
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[img][img]http://i277.photobucket.com/albums/kk44/Deadly55/lowpro%20reviews/onback.jpg[/img] the back
i'll probably expand this a bit in a bit.[/img]

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I ordered the 300 vers in red! I love the idea of the back acess! More details apreciated...

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PostPosted: Fri May 29, 2009 9:05 pm 
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what kind of details do you want?

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2009 5:42 pm 
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Very releveant to the thread: what are those cans? I assume, they are drink? amarite?


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eagle1337 wrote:
Lowepro Flipside 200
The fastpack 250 i ordered became discontinued by a suplpier so i switched and got it for about the same price locally.

I went for a walk with it on and it felt really comfy and secure. On a bike it was a slightly different story as it hurt a bit. It fits everything i have and what i want to get, it's a nice light backpack the only downside is that it's back opening and not All weather. I t was hard getting my XS in the first time and it seriously made me worry but after the first time it fits snuggly in place but not too firmly.
sorry if the images are big but i don't think photobucket does smaller..



Image on me.


roflmao, they should have a disclaimer, 'WARNING, USE THESE CLIPS AT YOUR OWN RISK-MAY MAKE YOU LOOK LIKE A DORK'. :lol:

I'm guilty of the same thing hahaha xD ;

http://www.cameralabs.com/forum/viewtop ... =slingshot

Obviously I never bother with the clips lol. It was just for the review :wink:

Nice pc case btw.

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Greg, you look like a dork even without those straps :P

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pgtips wrote:
Greg, you look like a dork even without those straps :P


I know :lol: It's the hair and the fact that not seeing the sun at all when I was in the UK, left with me with a rather depressed facial expression and a rather ghostly complection xD. Funny how the hair seems to the culrprit in both mine and the OP's case? That's the biggest fringe I've ever seen :P

(just kidding here btw) :wink:

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