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Old 02-04-10, 11:59 AM   #1
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cycling accessory Belt

I tried searching but the words cycling and Belt are a bit too common on these forums. does anyone know of a good belt type bag that is just big enough to hold a small toolkit, tube, micropump, and maybe an extra shirt. I saw one in a hipster shop in brooklyn but it looked pretty much useless for carrying more than a I-phone and a pack of american spirits... hipster jokes aside. anyone have any experience with something like this?
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Old 02-04-10, 12:32 PM   #2
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I saw one in a hipster shop in brooklyn but it looked pretty much useless for carrying more than a I-phone and a pack of american spirits.
Priceless.
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Outdoors-men shops have some good stuff, maybe even an army surplus store. I visited a Bass Pro Shop and found something like what you want.

http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/st...003000_475-3-0
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http://lmgtfy.com/?q=fanny+pack
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REI. Or any running store. They'll have belts that will let you carry a water bottle, which is nice if you have a track bike with no bottle cage bosses.
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i find jersey pockets quite useful for such items.
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I saw one in a hipster shop in brooklyn but it looked pretty much useless for carrying more than a I-phone and a pack of american spirits.
I'm gonna quote this again and say "priceless." It deserves it.
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Im looking for something more like this.
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Batman+Accessory+Belt
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Im looking for something more like this.
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Batman+Accessory+Belt
Well if that's the case, I'd probably go more like:
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=James+Bond+Bottomless+Pockets
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here:

http://www.transientbags.com/
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those transient bags look really nice... and super good price... I could also use it for working as a gaffer and assistant camerman cause it has all the nice little compartments and slots inside... I might have to order one...
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Yeah, Transient makes good stuff and is a pretty rad little company. Definitely back them if you can.
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Im looking for something more like this.
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Batman+Accessory+Belt
you want a utility belt? be careful what you ask for:
http://www.fabrichorse.com/index.php?page=utilitybelts
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I somehow picture the OP looking to become some sort of hipster Batman.

Seriously though, most folks would use something like a saddle bag for that. I keep a spare tube, inflator plus an extra cartridge, tire levers and a small set of Allens in mine.
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so you want this: http://www.halloweencostumes.com/acc...lt-batman.html

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I need space for my grappling gun and plaid spandex jumpsuit...
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Don't forget the batarangs to take out the pod people...
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you'll also need to stash your shark repellant.
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