Lightweight Bag for Commute

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Nov 2014
4:37pm, 21 Nov 2014
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ineedapint
If I get a Tesco bag I'll have to get it while they are free.

I'll have a look on the Inov-8 website.
Nov 2014
5:37pm, 21 Nov 2014
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monkeyx
I have been using an omm lastdrop for a couple of years and it's a great small bag.
Nov 2014
6:08pm, 21 Nov 2014
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MudMeanderer
I use an Alpkit Gourdon 20 for both run and cycle commutes. It's not designed as a running pack, so much as a general purpose dry bag, but it's suprisingly stable and comfortable and fairly cheap. I've battered mine over the last few years and it's survived well.
Nov 2014
7:20pm, 21 Nov 2014
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ineedapint
Thanks for the advice everyone!

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