I recently was given a Mountainsmith bag to do a product review on my blog. This bag was so awesome that I asked the company if they could set up a discount for diabetics purchasing their products. They agreed and gave me the code "TDC20" when you check out. This gets you 20% off your purchase. The website is www.mountainsmith.com and I receive no money or support for this. I just fell in love with the quality of their bags that I told them they had to start marketing their products to diabetics. This discount is only good for December. If you are anything like me and about once every year or two you have to purchase a new diabetes gear bag because of broken zippers or holes in the seams, stop the insanity and get one of these mountainsmith bags. They are american made,extra heavy duty and are so comfortable. You will not be let down. check my blog to see the bag in action. www.thediabeticcamper.blogspot.com

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I don't actually have a diabetes gear bag but my lunch box/ messenger bag is getting worse for the wear. Thanks for the link. Those look like cool products! Which one do you use?

I have the day classic in the lumber series. It is on the large size but with the compresion straps it can get smaller. I am thinking about getting another bag to keep my meter in like the cyber 2. These bags are amazing. I am also going to get the strappets to conver the day classic into a backpack as well. I have a friend going to Ethiopia this summer and he is going to get one of these bags for his trip.

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