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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #150 on: June 22, 2022, 06:45:47 AM »
^tackle box ready for anything!

Just upgraded to the blue Sci fi fantasy mesh bag. Excited to fill it with curb candy, extra ace shit, spare bones medium bushings, allen key/extra bronze hardware, paint markers, and some shitty old emergency bearings.

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #151 on: June 22, 2022, 10:29:59 AM »
^tackle box ready for anything!

Just upgraded to the blue Sci fi fantasy mesh bag. Excited to fill it with curb candy, extra ace shit, spare bones medium bushings, allen key/extra bronze hardware, paint markers, and some shitty old emergency bearings.

yeah, if anything it's too full. I need a smaller skate bag to complement my Box.
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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #152 on: June 23, 2022, 04:47:41 AM »
T tool
Powerbank + charger
Swiss knife
Tips and papers
Gum
Water
Snacks
Might add spare bearings just in case

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #153 on: June 23, 2022, 07:10:41 AM »
@streetmeat I was looking as the same Patagonia bag as yours recently to upgrade from my simple drawstring bag sometimes but was a bit hesitant because of the price. Are you happy with it on the long run?

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #154 on: August 10, 2022, 12:18:45 AM »
Most of the time i just grab a candle and go without a backpack, but when i take it i put inside
candle/wax
water
wrist guards
tool
a little package with parts (bearing, kingpin, bolt, nuts, bushing)
phone
eventually a t-shirt and some food

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #155 on: August 10, 2022, 07:13:30 AM »
i should really invest in a tackle box...
right now i have like 10 different plastic grocery bags to try and organize things
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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #156 on: August 10, 2022, 08:20:32 PM »
i should really invest in a tackle box...
right now i have like 10 different plastic grocery bags to try and organize things

You're a grown ass man, time for a lifestyle upgrade.

Recently my wife gifted me a Hydroflask after months of me insisting I didn't need one and room temperature water at the park was fine. The damn bottle is so damn good, pop a bag of coffee in there to cold brew overnight and add some ice cubes in the morning. Cold coffee throughout the morning session and I'm living like a king.
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STANDARD - 1.88” - 47.75mm
FORGED - 1.85”- 46.99mm

5.0 ,5.2, 5.6, 5.8 & 6.1 HI
STANDARD - 2.09” - 53.09mm
FORGED - 2.04” - 51.82m

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #157 on: August 10, 2022, 09:11:46 PM »
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i should really invest in a tackle box...
right now i have like 10 different plastic grocery bags to try and organize things
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You're a grown ass man, time for a lifestyle upgrade.

Recently my wife gifted me a Hydroflask after months of me insisting I didn't need one and room temperature water at the park was fine. The damn bottle is so damn good, pop a bag of coffee in there to cold brew overnight and add some ice cubes in the morning. Cold coffee throughout the morning session and I'm living like a king.

The hydro flask is super clutch until you forget to wash it and that coffee goes rancid and then you can never get the smell out ask me how I know :(
Not everyone is made for 666' fakie to fakie sliders! My godt it's going to be a blood bath on these streets.


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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #158 on: August 11, 2022, 03:31:10 AM »
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i should really invest in a tackle box...
right now i have like 10 different plastic grocery bags to try and organize things
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You're a grown ass man, time for a lifestyle upgrade.

Recently my wife gifted me a Hydroflask after months of me insisting I didn't need one and room temperature water at the park was fine. The damn bottle is so damn good, pop a bag of coffee in there to cold brew overnight and add some ice cubes in the morning. Cold coffee throughout the morning session and I'm living like a king.
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The hydro flask is super clutch until you forget to wash it and that coffee goes rancid and then you can never get the smell out ask me how I know :(

Or, just reduce your standards of acceptable water taste and you're golden.

I left black coffee in mine over a 3 day weekend, it was bad but the smell didn't linger.
Venture Truck Height:

5.0 & 5.2 LO
STANDARD - 1.88” - 47.75mm
FORGED - 1.85”- 46.99mm

5.0 ,5.2, 5.6, 5.8 & 6.1 HI
STANDARD - 2.09” - 53.09mm
FORGED - 2.04” - 51.82m

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #159 on: August 11, 2022, 07:34:34 AM »
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i should really invest in a tackle box...
right now i have like 10 different plastic grocery bags to try and organize things
[close]

You're a grown ass man, time for a lifestyle upgrade.

Recently my wife gifted me a Hydroflask after months of me insisting I didn't need one and room temperature water at the park was fine. The damn bottle is so damn good, pop a bag of coffee in there to cold brew overnight and add some ice cubes in the morning. Cold coffee throughout the morning session and I'm living like a king.
[close]

The hydro flask is super clutch until you forget to wash it and that coffee goes rancid and then you can never get the smell out ask me how I know :(
[close]

Or, just reduce your standards of acceptable water taste and you're golden.

I left black coffee in mine over a 3 day weekend, it was bad but the smell didn't linger.

I’ve run it through the dishwasher a couple times since and it’s fine now. Just haven’t been able to move pst the feeling of betrayal
Not everyone is made for 666' fakie to fakie sliders! My godt it's going to be a blood bath on these streets.


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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #160 on: August 15, 2022, 02:50:10 AM »
It got more and more stuff that I carried with me, so I recently upgraded to a bigger skate bagpack. Link at the end if anyone is interested.

At least 2,5 litres of water
Towel
Shirt
Camera bag (Camcorder, Handle, Batteries & Fisheye)
Filmer wheels
Spare Hardware
Tool
Shoelace
Wax
Grip scraps
A stone for some rub brick action
Painkillers
Phone
Keys for 3 different households and my car
Purse
Cigarettes and lighter
Sticker
Glucose and candy

https://www.amazon.de/HUNTVP-Wanderrucksack-Trekkingrucksack-Kampfrucksack-Kletterrucksack/dp/B093FS4R6G/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?crid=QD2S16GUV9VF&keywords=huntvp+40l+taktisch+rucksack+milit%C3%A4r&qid=1660556433&sprefix=%2Caps%2C497&sr=8-3

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #161 on: August 24, 2022, 09:35:38 PM »
currently:

wax
phone charger
knife for junkies/dogs
40z metal water bottle
wallet
wrist guard
and some dreams of fun and satisfaction

oh and some kooked out skull candy wireless headphones since I'm skating alone at night and trying to avoid conversations with strangers. I'm not normally headphones skater guy but my brother got these for me for Christmas so I might as well use them.

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #162 on: September 05, 2022, 06:01:27 AM »
T Tool
Curb Candy
Shortys 7/8
Washers
Bushings
Lighter
Razor blade
Grip
Wrist guard
Super glue
Bristle brush

Just enough for wherever or if someone needs to bum something.

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #163 on: September 06, 2022, 09:37:26 AM »
underwear
wax

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #164 on: September 27, 2022, 01:56:04 PM »
i dont really carry a skate bag but in my filmer bag i have

HVX 200
fisheye lens in case
3 batteries
cruiser /filmer wheels,
water
skate tool
mini broom and dustpan
first aid kit,
portable charger
car keys,
small pocket knife,
lighter.
lights

I usually only skate at the park but when i go to a spot i try to bring as much as i can so my homies im filming with dont have to bring anything

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #165 on: October 06, 2022, 05:05:45 PM »
Bag is average sized black leather fanny pack with two additional flat zippered pockets front and back. I sling over shoulder or toss into a backpack depending on the situation.

I try to bring very little valuables into the skatepark having been ripped off before.

Tools:
    Ace AF1 Compact T Tool.
    Mini Multi.
    Mini Utility Knife.
    3.5" Combat Style Folding Knife
    Old Tooth Brush
    Micro Fiber Cloth
Products:
    Surf Wax (softer surf wax to slick wheelbite marks).
    Skate Wax
    Eye Dropper of Simple Green De-greaser (for cleaning axle and nuts when rotating wheels, nuts stay tighter longer).
    Eye Dropper of Distilled Water w/Bar Soap Solution (pivot cup and clicking washer lube).
    Small Container of Lithium Grease (bearing seat lube for bearing insertion).
    Super Glue (also a medical item).
    Small Pump Spray Bottle w/Distilled Water and a drop of Dawn (I use to clean DKL non abrasive grip).
Hardware:
    One AF1 Baseplate w/set of Bushings and my preferred Flat Washers.
    One of each Nut/Bolt needed for trucks.
Medical:
    Pads (I can fix some gnarly stuff with glue various bandages right on the spot).
    Bandages
    Napkins.
    Large Salt Crystal (used orally if cramping due to mineral loss in extreme heat)

I use thick mill bags where appropriate to organize and store the above in the pack.

I feel I have made a super compact skate bag with really all I need to handle most situations I have or expect to encounter. Even with all items mentioned there is a good deal of empty space and the bag is only loosely packed.

I have a bag with pads in the truck if I'm wanting them for some reason.
I have a method of wrapping extra hangers/with wheels into a hand towel same as one wraps in the moving industry. I rotate between street and park wheels and enjoy how much faster and easier it is to do so with a second set of hangers. The extra hangers travel with my skate bag in my backpack and serve the purpose of extra bearings if having an issue.
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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #166 on: October 07, 2022, 09:57:51 AM »
Bag is average sized black leather fanny pack with two additional flat zippered pockets front and back. I sling over shoulder or toss into a backpack depending on the situation.

I try to bring very little valuables into the skatepark having been ripped off before.

Tools:
    Ace AF1 Compact T Tool.
    Mini Multi.
    Mini Utility Knife.
    3.5" Combat Style Folding Knife
    Old Tooth Brush
    Micro Fiber Cloth
Products:
    Surf Wax (softer surf wax to slick wheelbite marks).
    Skate Wax
    Eye Dropper of Simple Green De-greaser (for cleaning axle and nuts when rotating wheels, nuts stay tighter longer).
    Eye Dropper of Distilled Water w/Bar Soap Solution (pivot cup and clicking washer lube).
    Small Container of Lithium Grease (bearing seat lube for bearing insertion).
    Super Glue (also a medical item).
    Small Pump Spray Bottle w/Distilled Water and a drop of Dawn (I use to clean DKL non abrasive grip).
Hardware:
    One AF1 Baseplate w/set of Bushings and my preferred Flat Washers.
    One of each Nut/Bolt needed for trucks.
Medical:
    Pads (I can fix some gnarly stuff with glue various bandages right on the spot).
    Bandages
    Napkins.
    Large Salt Crystal (used orally if cramping due to mineral loss in extreme heat)

I use thick mill bags where appropriate to organize and store the above in the pack.

I feel I have made a super compact skate bag with really all I need to handle most situations I have or expect to encounter. Even with all items mentioned there is a good deal of empty space and the bag is only loosely packed.

I have a bag with pads in the truck if I'm wanting them for some reason.
I have a method of wrapping extra hangers/with wheels into a hand towel same as one wraps in the moving industry. I rotate between street and park wheels and enjoy how much faster and easier it is to do so with a second set of hangers. The extra hangers travel with my skate bag in my backpack and serve the purpose of extra bearings if having an issue.
boy scouts taught you well

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #167 on: October 07, 2022, 04:25:24 PM »
boy scouts taught you well
I quit while still a Cub Scout lol.
I was prepared for this inflation nonsense as well.

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #168 on: October 07, 2022, 05:22:25 PM »
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boy scouts taught you well
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I quit while still a Cub Scout lol.
I was prepared for this inflation nonsense as well.
🔥🔥🔥yeah son

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Re: Whats in your skate bag?
« Reply #169 on: October 07, 2022, 08:15:41 PM »
   Drugs.   I quit weed recently cause drug tests to work as a seafarer.  Switched over to mushrooms on the regular, and gear once every two or 3 weeks. (anybody else have trouble combining the two?) Tried drinking again but that ended quick. It was nice sipping a bit of wine at the park but hardly worth the time on occasion when it would turn into wasting time at a bar/pub/club buying more ect.  oh yah and a 4 litre of water.  Thats the most important for me, if I needed one of them that'd be it.  (plus hummus and vegetables.)
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