Lam Hoac kite bag

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Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby zero1199 » Wed, Sep 25 2013, 08:38 AM

Was out looking for a kites bag, and this came up. Does anyone know where I can get one.ImageImage
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby Darkspark » Wed, Sep 25 2013, 08:45 AM

Big Mike had a couple. Not sure if he still does. Send him an email.

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby zero1199 » Wed, Sep 25 2013, 08:49 AM

Thanks, maybe Big Mike will see this post.
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby swannie » Wed, Sep 25 2013, 12:22 PM

zero1199 wrote:Thanks, maybe Big Mike will see this post.


He had one up at the retreat ... it was *really* *freakin'* *nice* ...

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby backdraft » Wed, Sep 25 2013, 12:32 PM

Yes I have one and I am checking with Lam and will get back to you when I hear back from him.

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby KiteVoice » Wed, Sep 25 2013, 12:33 PM

I'll never know what it's like to own enough Revs to fill a bag like that!
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby zero1199 » Wed, Sep 25 2013, 05:37 PM

KiteVoice wrote:I'll ever know what it's like to own enough Revs to fill a bag like that!



I only have 4 REV but in time I'm sure it will be more. It only been a year time I have 4REV and I'm sure I still want 3 or 4 more. Let me see one more B PRO and polo STD, polo mid, and polo full. Yea that's about it or maybe. Hehe :love:
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby Trigger » Wed, Sep 25 2013, 06:11 PM

I think that is the HOTTEST bag i've seen! I love my little field hockey bag, but Lams bag is by far the best kite bag i've seen!!!! I did get a chance to look at it when B.Mike had it out. Just as great as I thought it

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby Mytoyz » Wed, Sep 25 2013, 06:14 PM

Mike get a cost on one for me too. TU

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby backdraft » Wed, Sep 25 2013, 09:37 PM

Hello,
The Lam Haoc Rev bag is $225. They are hand made by him and we have one left but will be getting more.

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby goestoeleven » Wed, Sep 25 2013, 09:45 PM

Very nice bag! Not just for revs, I'm sure.

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby zero1199 » Wed, Sep 25 2013, 11:27 PM

I'm likening this bag but the Xtra vent have to come first.
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby swannie » Thu, Sep 26 2013, 05:53 AM

Put me down for one, Mike. :)

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby Mike » Thu, Sep 26 2013, 09:45 AM

The bag is nice; it's made with waterproof materials, is adjustable in length, and you can add a spar along the top to enable it to stand or make it easier to shake out the sand.

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby backdraft » Thu, Sep 26 2013, 04:16 PM

Hello Swannie,
We will put you down for one.
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby swannie » Thu, Sep 26 2013, 04:33 PM

Gracias!

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby backdraft » Fri, Sep 27 2013, 11:27 AM

Let us know when you're back in the US.

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby zero1199 » Fri, Oct 04 2013, 10:05 PM

This is a very nice kite bag but I also love to have a new kite so I have to pass on it.
Now I still need a kite bag, so it's time to sew. I started last night on it, it was about 11pm and this is what I got so far.
When to work with 4 hour of sleep :zzz:

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby Darkspark » Sat, Oct 05 2013, 12:09 AM

Nice! Looking good.
I have spent the past 4 nights making some modifications to my Rev bag. I figured I could improve mine until I could afford the Lam bag.
Here is what I have so far. Put the strapping and a hanger down the middle, credit to the Lam Hoac bag for that. I added 6 more mesh pockets to conform to my handle fetish. And I also replaced the straps with heavy duty luggage straps. They lock down tighter and are a little stronger. Piece of mind when I have the bag tied down behind the head rests on my Miata.
And my cat has not made the project easy. He is fascinated with the kite bag and the sewing machine.
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby goestoeleven » Sat, Oct 05 2013, 07:15 AM

KUDOS to both of you! Very impressive. :up: :up: :up: :up:

I like the idea for more handle / line set pouches. One thought I've had about the rev bag is that the pouches are great for line sets, not as ideal for handles and/or handles still attached to line sets (which is how mine often get put away, because it's one less small step for setting up to fly). Any thought to making handle pockets that conform to the handles better or are maybe just slightly bigger than the existing ones, or do you always take the handles off the line sets?


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