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HAHA! I remember working at the Roseville shop. Safety rule required us to cut the hammer loop off. For good reason, as a mechanic you really NEVER use that thing, but now I dont work there and here I am building a house, and I cant put my hammer there!
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I always just roll up my straps and put electrical tape to hold it, gets all glue-y but it doesn't bother me

Ya, I run into alot of people who just cut that excess strap off to save 'weight' or because they are annoying. But I have run into to many situations where I have needed to make my pack stap to bigger objects, like a bike, MC, or need to stuff more stuff on the outside or something. So I say keep the straps, roll em up and tape em like you said, or tuck them in somewhere safe.
 

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