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Originally Posted by whatsham
ah i see,
i avoided this problem accidentally by using a right hand bag on my left shoulder.
great bags though. tough as nails
mine is a right hand bag. the quick release on on the right side so if you need to loosen/tighten your bag in a hurry you can use your dominant hand. but my bag is so old now (at least 7 years, i think more) that is is pretty worn out. so if i bump it it pops open. and even though it is closed and holding the strap in place it seems to hang open a bit, which i why i think i hit it open a lot. the other problem i face is that the strap seams to be to long. i have so much slack in mine that there is a huge loop hanging at my side. but over all it is a great bag, i love it to death. kept my stuff dry in the worst weather and got me through college. now my timbuk2 bag is my beater bag for when i am just out riding around and i know i am going to get dirty, or if i am on my mountain bike and i might dump it doing something stupid.
did you mean you use a bag meant to go over you right shoulder and wear it on your left shoulder? hmmm. i can see that working. reach over to loosen, but the tighten up might be a hassle.
Last edited by Meepers; 02-02-09 at 02:25 PM.