My Favorite Bag for Hi-Fi Gear!
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I would like to provide a wholehearted recommendation for this bag designed locally here in Utah where I live at.
https://www.cotopaxi.com/products/taal-convertible-tote?variant=2019612557322

The Cotopaxi can house easily my Audeze LCD-2CB's (or Mobius) as well as my Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (or future DAP of choice later on). While I am at school I can toss with a tight fit my Surface Go 10" laptop and some accessories.



Here you can see my Audeze cable peeping out of it easily :)

Plus this bag will provide 2% of the funds to alleviate poverty and no two are alike! I definitely think this is an audiophile's dream!
 
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interesting

been looking for a bag to store my audeze in
Definitely this bag is so worth it. I can stuff my iPad Air as well too on days where I need it :)
 
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Those are some cool looking packs. The Inca 26L looks right up my alley. I wonder if I could strap a small-ish photo tripod to the outside? I wish they had a retailer near me!
The Del Día bags remind me of the Harlequin VW Golfs... Not quite my thing, but I admire people that can pull it off.
 
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Those are some cool looking packs. The Inca 26L looks right up my alley. I wonder if I could strap a small-ish photo tripod to the outside? I wish they had a retailer near me!
The Del Día bags remind me of the Harlequin VW Golfs... Not quite my thing, but I admire people that can pull it off.
I am sure that it could be done. Cotopaxi is based out of Salt Lake City as far as I know. They will ship I think anywhere at least.
 
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