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Author Topic: How about a railroaders "grip" bag?
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Post How about a railroaders "grip" bag?
on: January 17, 2012, 15:05

I am a conductor and for years I've carried two bags to work: a backpack for all my work stuff and duffel bag for my clothes and shave kit. Lately I have been hunting for the perfect grip to consolidate all of the necessities into one bag which, in turn, has led me here. I'm kicking around the idea of purchasing your boot duffel as is but with a few modifications, I think it could be the perfect grip for railroaders all over.

No need for the bottom compartment to unzip all the way around. Simply, a zipper in the front would make it the perfect compartment to accommodate a three-ring binder stuffed with the required rule books as well as a laptop computer.

Next, add a pocket on each side like those on the sparky bag. They need to be large enough for a lantern in one side and a two-way radio and gloves in the other side.

A slash pocket in the back would be nice nice to quickly stash my half-inch-thick stack of paperwork and go.

Lastly, the main compartment has to be large enough to hold 2 to 3 days worth of clothes and my Duluth Pack sportsman's kit bag.

Just a thought and keep up the good work on great American made products.

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  • Maureen Diver December 25, 2014 at 11:19 pm

    Where to find women’s sizes so I may order.

    • Andrea Sega December 31, 2014 at 2:46 pm

      Hi Maureen! Which item are you curious about? We can certainly help you with sizing!

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