A&P Waterproof/All Weather Bags, what are yalls suggestions?

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    What do yall have?

    I'm going to be in teh Ande's in Ecuador, and I need to upgrade to an All Weather/Waterproof bag.
     
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    What other brands are there?

    Tamrac?

    What other options do I have?
     
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    I think I'm going to go with the Burton Zoom or Lowepro Nature Trekker AW II

    I'm trying to find the Burton in stock now.
     
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    N-Word-Jim Cure for boredom

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    Didn't see this thread before you PM'd me. I have the slingshot 200 AW as well, my fav bag for when you aren't carrying much gear and aren't hiking or something. Awesome for walking around the city or not going far.

    Depends on how much gear you have.
     
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    pelican?
     
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    Yea, I don't have a huge amount of gear now, but I'm planning on picking up some new glass and what not in the near future. I'll probably go ahead and get the bigger back especially b/c I'll be able to store other things as well.
     
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    I've said it before. The NatureTrekker AW II is a monster. Much bigger than you think it will be from any photos. I'd go with a DryZone 200 or something similar.
     
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    i saw that lowepro slingshot advertised in a magazine once. Is it really that good or is the sling really more of a gimmick thing. I think im going to see if the local shop has one to try it
     
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    lowepro computrekker has done all for me and more...use it like a 12 year old thai girl in bangkok
     

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