Help! Sensory overload. At a loss on bag choice.
I'm sure I've overlooked a thread somewhere on the forum that probably will answer my questions. Alas, the sensory overload has blinded me to it. I'm in need of advice on the proper bag, if it exists, to handle my needs. I carry the following items with me on every business trip. These trips usually last anywhere between 4 days and 3 weeks. I try to pack light and hand wash as much as possible. To give an idea of the size of the clothes, I'm 6'1" and 200 pounds. On with the show.
2-Levis 511 Commuter in Khaki
6-Golf Type, Polyester Polo Shirts - 3 each for two companies
1-Polyester type shirt for exercise
2-Icebreaker Wool Tees
1-Cotton Tee for sleeping
2-Icebreaker Wool Boxers
2-Icebreaker Wool Socks
1-Khaki Type Shorts
1-Size 11US Keen Sneakers
1-Smallish Dopp Kit with Travel Sized Toiletries - Mostly dry to avoid the TSA zealots
The work portion includes:
Small digital camera
Business card holder
10-20 Business Invoices
My ideal bag would hold all of these things and once on location, I could leave the clothing in the hotel and use the bag for the work related items without the bag looking ridiculously large.
I'm contemplating the solution in the following thread,
http://www.tombihn.com/forums/bag-re...-tri-star.html, which I know will work but it is quite pricey. Not unobtainable, just a really hard pill to swallow.
Do any of you have any other ideas or should I just swallow that pill and pull the trigger? Thanks all!