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Thread: Yarn Stuff Sack - just right for day-clothes

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    Yarn Stuff Sack - just right for day-clothes

    Sunday through Thursday evenings: my ritual:

    Roll up work trousers, shirt and socks into a Yarn Stuff Sack. Put whole lot into cycle pannier. Relax.

    I'm a simple soul.

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    What size YSS is that?

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    Do you have a specific color for each day? Monday is red, if it's wasabi it must be Tuesday and so on. Or, are they all the same and you take your chances. I'm not sure what my OCD would require. :)
    List exceeds allowed characters. So I'll just say I'm plum and kiwi loving FOT!

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    Tall

    It is "tall" size. BTW, tried replying via Taptalk and nothing!

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    Just the one, and just the one colour. There is a bit of OCD in there though ... see that number "5" on the jeans label. It means that it is pair 5 of 6. I found a jean that I like (Rohan Jeans Plus), and I buy lots. I need the numbers to ensure rotation. Sad eh?

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    Ah, I thought when you said, put the whole lot in there, I thought you meant a bag for every day. I see now this is a routine every evening Sunday through Thursday.

    As for the numbered jeans, sad? Ah, heck no, I admire it!! :)
    List exceeds allowed characters. So I'll just say I'm plum and kiwi loving FOT!

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    What panniers do you use? I'm a big fan of Orlieb

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    Hi Availpunk9, I have Ortlieb's for my dirt bike, but for the push bike I use Timbuk2. These are quite a nice design. There are magnets on the inside faces of each pannier so that they clip together to form a day bag / messenger. However, I bolted mine onto the rear rack and leave them on the bike. My Ristretto fits in the left pannier, and in the right I have a packing cube back pack into which I throw the above mentioned Yarn sack and my lunch. When I lock up my bike outside the office I throw lights and saddle pack into the packing cube back pack. Mike

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