Reddit Reddit reviews Rothco Canvas Parachute Cargo Bag, Black

We found 9 Reddit comments about Rothco Canvas Parachute Cargo Bag, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Rothco Canvas Parachute Cargo Bag, Black
Measures 24" X 15" X 13" Makes It Large Enough To Store All Your Gear For Long TripsFeatures Reinforced Web HandlesFull Length Zipper With Snap-Closure Storm FlapAvailable In Many Military Inspired Colors
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9 Reddit comments about Rothco Canvas Parachute Cargo Bag, Black:

u/ruindd · 11 pointsr/malefashionadvice

non-mobile link for the lazy

u/jdbee · 7 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Hands down, your cheapest, best option is Rothco. There are some other colors/shapes on Amazon, but they're all around $20-25. Fantastic beater bags. I used one for years before I splurged on a Filson duffle.

u/leggup · 4 pointsr/TerraformingMarsGame

I'll never understand the drive for custom 'gear' when transporting/organizing a wide variety of basically rectangular things. I can maybe see it if you're a traveling D&D DM with a dice addiction.. so any DM? But for typical board game boxes I don't see why an IKEA bag or any old tote bag would be a bad idea. $79 for a tote??? Obviously I'm too late for OP, but for anyone else reading this thread:

u/Dains84 · 2 pointsr/boardgames

>Never sure why some folks in my group bought expensive special bags that hold fewer games.

Agreed, I got a canvas bag off Amazon and a shoulder strap to go with it. It has no padding but it's a workhorse. It can hold something like 10 games.



u/DrowningInMercy · 2 pointsr/boardgames

I don't keep them on a shelf, I keep them in a bag that I got on Amazon that's fantastic for carrying games around. My collection is still fairly small and I travel around a lot so I just take them with me. I tend to keep them in there horizontally as well.

u/g8trtim · 2 pointsr/myog

I want to make a kit bag as well but canvas parachute bags like that from Rothco are less than the price of material.

u/AlejandroMP · 2 pointsr/boardgames

100$ for a crappy (likely nylon) bag? How about a canvas bag for 21$?

u/CrimJim · 2 pointsr/boardgames

For the bag to carry board games, I recommend a parachute bag. Holds a lot more games, is cheaper, and is a lot more durable. I'll reformat the link when I'm not on mobile.

u/gamergrrl88 · 1 pointr/boardgames

I bought this cargo duffel bag from Amazon for ~$20 and love it. It holds a lot of games, is square shaped so they fit snugly when stacked, and has handles and an optional shoulder strap.