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    Great idea with the Velcro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traveler View Post
    FWIW, you may want to consider a patch sash. Sew the patches onto a sash or fabric panel that can be connected to the pack and you can use it on any number of packs over a number of years. It can be removed when you want to protect them a bit as well.
    Handy on hike naked day, too

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    If you run out of room on your pack you can always add a backpack flag.

    I am thinking about getting one of these and then contracting sponsors to buy advertising space.

    Last edited by H I T C H; 02-07-2017 at 10:08.
    "May the four winds blow you safely home ..." ​Garcia, Kreutzmann, & Hunter

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    Haha, I'm more of a wacky, waving, inflatable, arm flailing, tube guy; myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maui Rhino View Post
    I sewed a 4"x4" Velcro loop patch on my pack. Then I stitch Velcro hook onto my favorite patches. Makes it easy to swap patches out to my heart's content.
    Also makes it easy for someone to steal your patches or have them rubbed off by thick vegetation.
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    Get a brag flag/sash and sew them on to that and hang that off the pack. That way, you can take the patches with you, no matter what pack you are using...

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