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    Default My 'travel' kit

    Here is my typical, weekend kit.

    I'm taking Mama to Nashvegas for the weekend, for her 40th birthday. So I thought I snap a pic of what I'm having her pack for my 'stuff.'

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    Custom by Frans
    SRD leather case
    SRD "Roo" strop (I just got this strop)
    'Sample' of Spanish Leather aftershave
    Grimm synth brush
    Gypsys Bees 'beard oil' (For my Goat-T)

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    That'll work ,,,,

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    Looks good to me[emoji1]

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    Nice, wgat do you pack it into?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dinnermint View Post
    Nice, wgat do you pack it into?
    I have one of my Fathers old shaving kit bags. The brush, I store in the cardboard tube, from the factory. I, do however, make sure the strop isn't squashed. I roll it up, put a zip tie on it to keep it from unrolling. Then keep it seperate from the 'packed'/stuffed suit cases.

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    I used to take a strop in the beginning and I would just line the outside of my bag with a couple of items, then run the strop around the oinside of those and then fill the hole, if that makes sense. but then I found the Feather RG razor so my travel razor is it with a pack of blades, it stays in my bag for the Motorcycle,, out here at work its no brainer cause my RV has everything I need in it. but another thing you might consider is a paddle strop,, a small one it wont take up much room either, I tried everything but the disposable balde feather worked best for me. Tc
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    Or the Dovo, travel strop. Rolls up and fits in a shoe.

    The leather is very nice, as is the linen. A piece of paracord looped over a door knob and you’re ready to go.

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    I have SRD's modular paddle. But, I just got this Roo strop and thought I'd take her a trip to Music City.
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    Sweet travel kit there, sir. It would be nice to see a picture of that custom by Frans with the blade in the open position.
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    "Mama to Nashvegas for the weekend"

    Just do not forget Mama! Looks like you have all the other important bits.

    Tell us later how you like the strop. I was eyeballing
    that very strop. I cannot decide if I want a spare leather bit or
    the entire strop kit.

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