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Old 07-10-20, 06:40 AM
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BobbyG
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Originally Posted by Stadjer View Post
Talking about Swiss gear. I have a vintage Swiss Army backpack, it's kind of hollow at the bottom of the backside and there's a wide tough leather strip from side to side that rests on the lower back. Somehow this makes the weight magically disappear. Best backpack design ever, at least for my posture.
I wear my back pack when riding my rackless old road bike to work. I leave the straps long and let the bag rest on the small of my back, just above the tailbone. Not only does that keep the bag and it's weight from pulling on my shoulders, but it allows for air circulation along my upper back.

It sometimes feels like the bag may fall off to the side, but it never does, even when reaching for the downtube shifters.
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