Best sports fan bags, packs & accessories according to redditors

We found 112 Reddit comments discussing the best sports fan bags, packs & accessories. We ranked the 68 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Sports Fan Bags, Packs & Accessories:

u/LikesBoardGames · 11 pointsr/orlando

I don't know why you are getting so many downvotes. Here is a picture of a 12x12x6 bag

It seems like you can feet a lot of stuff in that bag.

u/kevbat2000 · 9 pointsr/Atlanta
u/mollymcdeath · 8 pointsr/Predators

I bought one of these about halfway through the 17-18 season and it's been great. Big enough for all the things I need to bring along (since my lady-jeans pockets are only about 2" deep), and big enough to fit my game notes in there too. Towel/T-shirt nights I just tie those on to the strap. I thought it'd fall apart pretty quickly but it's been through hell and still perfectly fine. I should probably clean it though, it tends to thrown down and get kicked around once in awhile post-game.

u/CampaignExpert · 7 pointsr/minnesotaunited

My wife puts her regular bag in the clear one with a couple of scarfs and blankets around it, gets waved in.

u/emmaballoo · 5 pointsr/Mommit

You may find that a deep purse like that one is more frustrating than helpful, as everything gets lost.

Seconding /u/Ploppers00. A backpack purse might be your best bet! They have some really really cute ones for cheap - $25, $24, $70.

A backpack purse + zippered pouches to keep things organized inside might be your best bet here. I really like these because they're waterproof and machine washable.

u/booksNicecream · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

Workout out clothes - always. Gym bag - never had this one but I linked it on my 'wish list' since it seems to suit my purposes. I just got new shoes last year so I'm good on that. I'm... easy :)

u/jcfinch712 · 3 pointsr/bangtan

I bought a clear crossbody bag off of amazon!

u/spaghetti216 · 3 pointsr/WrestlemaniaPlans

She will probably be fine with a small wallet, but anything bigger needs to be clear. This is the bag I took to Wrestlemania last year, and I guess I'll have to pull it back out this year. It's ugly, but most people will have one, and it'll come in handy.

u/cleanedge · 3 pointsr/minimalism

I use the Chum's Keychain Wallet.

Includes: Keyring for Vehicle, House Key, Work Key, and Leatherman Micra

Two zipper pouches, one for cash/coins, other for cards (medical/auto insurance, State Bar Card, Debit Card, Library Card).
Outside pocket for most often used items (Driver's License, Credit Card, Magnetic Keycard for Work). Man, nothing is less minimalist than being married with childre

Grab this + cell phone (where I store all my loyalty cards in Google Wallet) every morning and I'm out the door. Well, after grabbing wife (whom I carpool with to work) and baby (who goes to daycare).

u/bigsnarf149 · 3 pointsr/EDC
u/PassionateAsSin · 3 pointsr/TaylorSwift

I would go with a bag not a backpack. Some stadiums won't allow clear backpacks.

There are a bunch of options on Amazon if you search 'Clear Stadium Bag'

Such as:

This is the one I bought:

Taylor is also selling a Reputation one you could buy online beforehand

u/BrianKraemer · 2 pointsr/nfl

Walmart. Any arts and crafts store. They have cheap tote bags

I would recommend this

Clear Tote Bag NFL Stadium Approved - 12" X 12" X 6" - Shoulder straps and zippered top. The clear bag is perfect for work, school, sports games and concerts. Meets NFL and PGA Tournament guidelines.

u/Let-It-Gooooo · 2 pointsr/ABDL

Just use one of these, and your boss won’t have to ask what you’re carrying:

u/TrillyDeeWilliams · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

Hat Carrier Case By SimpleChoice | Portable Case For 6 Caps | Durable Snapback Hat Carrier | Baseball Caps Storage Case | Lightweight Travel Hat Case

Fits just perfect with accessories.

u/impulsivecactus · 2 pointsr/EDC

> Can't buy certain things in the UK, like antibiotics or anything you'd inject. Things like that are very tightly controlled by the NHS. I'm getting a tourniquet, saline solution, gauze and low adherent pads.

I totally get that. I would suggest looking into "animal pain killers." The often aren't regulated the same way those made for humans are but (from what I understand) they are simply the generic version of a drug in a less regulated facility.

> Everything in that FA pouch is very thin and fits very comfortably in the flat pocket at the back of my bag. I could remove the water purification pills, but they weigh about 100mg, so it having it isn't a downside at all.

I understand that it weighs next to nothing. But a dozen next to nothings adds up to something. The point of an "every day carry" is to demonstrate the equipment that you carry on your person and use everyday. This sub just takes it a step further and is often used to display EDC's in a "cool" format. Try and cut it down to things you actually need. My first few go bags and hiking bags I had were cumbersome and I often carried things I didn't need because I wanted to be ready for everything. Try and be ready for what is feasibly possible, not for trying to triage a plane crash.

> I can't drive, so another secondary bag isn't really in the equation yet. I agree having a small notebook is a good plan, but I feel like anything I need to note down I can do on my iPhone. Everything other than the first aid stuff, I use every day, or need to have with me. The pack has enough pockets that everything is always where I expect it to be. If you look at the picture I put up of me wearing it around the back, I can get anything I need to without looking, so swinging it round the front or just taking it off would make it stupidly easy to find stuff.

You don't have to drive to keep a medical bag somewhere feasible. Ask your employer if you can store it on site or simply just keep it in your backpack with our lunch or something. You can still keep all of the medical stuff like bandages in there. Things like tourniquets are going to have a very low chance of ever being used and its obviously great to have it and not need it then need it and not have it. But even a quality tourniquet can wait 2 minutes while pressure is maintained so that you can grab your bag.

If you plan on carrying more, it is going to make it harder to find the things you need without dumping everything on the group. Which you don't want to do if you're having to move around. I suggest getting a different bag, something like this would offer a greater carrying capacity and the ability to add/remove bags to fit your needs.

u/JsterJ · 2 pointsr/WaltDisneyWorld

I like going with a clear bag, maybe like this. It might not be the most durable bag, but it makes bag checks a bit faster.

u/sm0gs · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

In terms of a bag recommendation: I recently purchased the adidas defender III bag in size small . I absolutely love the size of it and it still has a side pocket where your gym shoes will fit (snugly but I’m a size 10)

u/copacabanas · 2 pointsr/Embroidery

Here is what works for me! Hope it helps :)


Long term storage:

I have a small unit that all the supplies live in permanently, which can stay in a closet or under the bed, and having a separate tote for my current project.

For you I'm picturing something like this: or or to hold all your extra fabric, hoops, and floss.


I like to wrap my thread and organize by color, I use these for storage:

It has one section that is a bit bigger than the others, which is where I keep needles, seam rippers, thimbles, etc.



Short term - Project in process:


When I am working on a project, I take all the necessary colors and clip them together using one of these binder rings, example:

Then I have a particular zipper pouch that I keep everything in for a project. There are all kinds of cute ones out there. I'm currently hunting for a zipper pouch which has an interior zipper pocket as well to hold little scissors and a needle threader. Currently I just use a Klein Tool bag that my SO gave me. The hoop, bundle of floss, scissors, etc all fit in there nicely and make it really easy for your project to be portable. It makes it easy to have a central location where the project lives and everything goes back inside every time.


u/WagonsNeedLoveToo · 2 pointsr/TheExpanse

Bag and patch!

u/simiwood · 2 pointsr/wallets

Might not be your cup of tea but meets all your requirements OneTigris Front Pocket Mini Wallet with Waterproof Zippers CASSETTE EDC Pouch 500D Nylon (Black)

u/RazorEE · 2 pointsr/EDC

This is what I carry:

Chums Surfshort Wallet

u/5everSmol · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I like this bag because of it's durability.

u/sillybun99 · 2 pointsr/minimalism

Used to carry a Dash. When it wore out, I really decided I missed a place to store my coins because they'd fall out every now and then. The Chums wallet has two zippered pockets as well as a quick access pocket, a keyring so there's less one thing to grab, and is less than half the price of a Dash to boot.

u/ginpeach · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

I got this bag and it holds everything I need for work and the gym. I usually use it to carry a change of clothes, 1-2 pairs of sneakers (depending on what I'm doing that day), all my gear (belt, knee sleeves, wrist wraps, etc.), my lunch for the day, a water bottle, my wallet, and hygiene items like baby wipes, deodorant, a hairbrush, and dry shampoo. It says it's a size "small" bag but it's definitely mid-sized and holds soooo much. For only $30 it was a great purchase.

u/vxcosmicowl · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This cute backpack might be up your alley. If you hate purses, a backpack is a great alternative. You can carry it like a purse, over one or both's versatile. Also, you can fit your iPad or a swimsuit or a change of clothes in there if you're going somewhere overnight.

I chose this one because it's simple, but the gold accent still gives it a little sophistication. It's structured and has classic lines. It's very inexpensive and has good reviews as well.

I love purses so this was fun

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/minimalism

Chums here. Two zippered pockets and a slideout for your most used card. Zippers solve the coin management problem I had with most minimalist wallets.

u/PMMeAGiftCard · 1 pointr/EDC
u/Bartman383 · 1 pointr/AirForce

It was just like this, except Jansport. It was the only backpack I used in tech school. I still have it somewhere stashed in a closet.

u/swantwan · 1 pointr/minimalism

I've had this Umbra wallet for forever, and still love it.

I'm also eyeing the mojito as well. It's been sold out for a bit, but hopefully they'll restock soon.

u/yotama · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I use the Umbra Bungee Wallet. Never looking back: Holds a lot of cards. (Note: I rarely use cash but when I do, I use this:

u/pur3boy3 · 1 pointr/photography

Best way to protect my Nikon D3400 and and extra lens in this for use at a football game?

u/Cowboy124aa · 1 pointr/UMF

I would say no to that, you can get a clear pvc bag off of Amazon fairly cheap.
Travel Sport See Through Transparent Clear PVC Vinyl One Shoulder Sling Backpack / School Bag / Hiking / Traveling

u/csgoleakz · 1 pointr/bodybuilding

I have one of these and it's awesome. It has a nice little zipper pouch to store important small things like earbuds and a ton of room for clothes or lifting gear or whatever and even has a shoe tunnel, which is dope.

u/shakyjellyfish · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

I have a Chums Surfshort Wallet because I wanted something that could hold up to a lot of abuse.
It fits easily into my back pocket, has a clear ID window, a cash compartment, and a space where i can slide my lip balm. It may not be beautiful, but it's very functional.

u/monkeyvibez · 1 pointr/bostoncalling

This: Clear Bag NFL & PGA Stadium Approved - The Clear Tote Bag with Zipper Closure is Perfect for Work, Sports Games.Cross-Body Messenger Shoulder Bag w Adjustable Strap -12” X 12“ X 6” (One Bag)

u/plexabyte · 1 pointr/gaming
u/miniwant · 1 pointr/minimalism

I searched a lot for such a wallet and had luck with Chums Surfshort Wallet

Not the slimmest you could find but it's functional and secure with two zippers and importantly it has an integral keychain and a pocket for such keys. For me it's a must since I can use one Tile to find both my keys and the wallet (and because I still struggle with clutter I search for it quite often)

u/Gamesenhanced · 1 pointr/boardgames

Interesting idea. I guess I will see what is costs once it launches. For now I use an Adidas Gym Bag.

u/ScubaNinja · 1 pointr/tfc

yup. my wife has one of these and a little wallet inside. its fucked, but you get used to it. pretty much just bring a wallet.

u/benjusa · 1 pointr/AskMen

I've been using this

u/Beirdo-Baggins · 1 pointr/EDC
u/EncomCEO · 1 pointr/Nationals

Just to be safe, I ordered two 12x12x6 clear bags and will just use those.

Better safe than having to scramble for one of those lockers on a bobblehead day.

u/realslacker · 1 pointr/Fitness

I just got the Adidas Team Speed Duffel, before that I was using a duffel designed for my motorcycle hard bags. I chose this one because of the separate shoe compartment and outside side pocket that runs the length.

I carry lifting shoes, towel, gym clothes, toiletries, 8x 1/2lb plates, a tennis ball, and headphones.

u/HokieScott · 0 pointsr/Nationals

At Virginia Tech Football games, they have a strict bag policy as well. It has to be clear and not larger than a certain size. I know MOST people can just leave their stuff in the car at games there though.

Something like this would probably be okay as well. Just use on game days: