Aeronaut in Dyneema vs. standard ballistic nylon
I'm contemplating the purchase of an Aeronaut for those times when the Western Flyer isn't quite large enough due to needing extra shoes when running multiple marathons over a 2-4 day period. From what I've seen, the standard Aeronaut seems to hold it's shape pretty well, even when not stuffed full. I can't stand the "floppiness" of some partially loaded bags, which has always been my biggest complaint about bags like the one from Rick Steve's or the LL Bean Quickload that I have used. I love, love, love the idea of saving a little weight by going with the Dyneema, but will this cause the Aeronaut to suffer from floppy bag syndrome when less than fully loaded? I have a Synapse in Dyneema on it's way via UPS right now :) , but with the holiday and the weekend I won't get to play with it until next week :( .