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    Thread: Diaper Bags! For Men Edition

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      02-24-2012 09:19 AM #26
      Quote Originally Posted by VdubChaos View Post
      Whatever the hell my wife bought and uses. Grab and go.

      Who gives a crap about the style/color or if it's for men or women. It's a F'in diaper bag for god sakes.
      people like to be stylish... we buy $1000 watches, r32's, $100 jeans . You could say that about anything in life. Its like saying just get a civic...they're reliable. F that!

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      02-25-2012 12:08 AM #27
      Almost as Ghey as the man purse thread .......

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      02-27-2012 01:26 PM #28
      Quote Originally Posted by yocoop View Post
      people like to be stylish... we buy $1000 watches, r32's, $100 jeans . You could say that about anything in life. Its like saying just get a civic...they're reliable. F that!
      No, YOU do.

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      02-27-2012 01:39 PM #29
      Quote Originally Posted by VdubChaos View Post
      No, YOU do.
      true story

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      02-28-2012 03:55 PM #30
      I just use a regular diaper bag in camo. Keep it stocked with diapers, wipes, and a change of clothes. Easy.
      It's all about squats and deads.

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      03-01-2012 10:22 AM #31
      Quote Originally Posted by Chilledman View Post
      Almost as Ghey as the man purse thread .......
      Wassamatter Chilled? You don't like sitting around and talking to dudes about their sacks?
      "We'll not risk another frontal assault... that rabbit's DYNAMITE!"

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      03-02-2012 02:42 PM #32
      we just bought this one, burlington coat factory for $35.

      Deluxe On The Go Diaper Backpack with the FastFinder™ Pocket System (Black)

      http://www.fisher-price.com/fp.aspx?...duct&pid=62727

      seems like it will work out well enough.

      vids on youtube seem to show it can hold a more then you would assume based on its size.
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      04-02-2012 12:16 AM #33
      My wife got me this for my birthday last year:
      It is a Scout Journey pack by Petunia. I like it: looks nice and fits everything I need for my daughter.
      - Austin

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      04-04-2012 04:56 PM #34
      I just use an LLBean backpack from my college days. Works great for carrying all kinds of crap.

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      04-04-2012 07:57 PM #35
      This thread is cracking me up It would never even dawn on my husband to want a separate "manly" diaper bag. We have a black and white Coach diaper bag, a black and white zebra print Carters diaper bag, and I sold a blue Petunia Picklebottom. I like the Coach bag the best, but it didn't fit as much as I needed in the first few months, especially since we cloth diaper. I need to try it again.

      Here it is overstuffed to the max


    11. 04-04-2012 08:52 PM #36
      My wife bought a black "Diaper Dude" messenger-style bag for me before our daughter was born, and she got an expensive designer one from a friend at a shower. The Diaper Dude bag is used almost all of the time now, because it is more intelligently designed than the nice bag. Maybe if we have a second while our daughter is still in the diaper world we will use them both at the same time, but that seems unlikely to me at this point.

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      04-06-2012 09:36 AM #37
      Quote Originally Posted by woofster View Post
      My wife has a Skip Hop DASH bag in the Cherry Blossom print design as pictured below:



      Not exactly the most masculine but that said, Skip Hop does have other designs which are actually pretty nice. Personally, if I'm with my little guy, I carry our diaper around proudly as it's quite obvious my wife was the one who chose this bag!
      I have this one too! I love that brand and use it now as my own work bag that also happens to have diapers and binkies in it. I have a smaller clutch type that held one or two diapers, a changing mat and a wallet that was perfect for times I didn't want to carry luggage. It's quite feminine, but my husband has proudly slung it over his shoulder on trips to the doctor and such. I suggested getting him a backpack, but he would rather use what we already have.

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