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Re: ISO Bag for mic stands
« Reply #15 on: December 31, 2019, 08:21:50 PM »
I really like this bag from On Stage Stands:
https://on-stage.com/products/view/11292/117327

It lays flatter than a lot of other bags which is nice for me when I stack gear. It also has several zipper pockets inside for adapters or other small gear. I usually have it stuffed with a Manfrotto stand, music stand, and 3 normal mic stands and it has held up really well.

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Re: ISO Bag for mic stands
« Reply #16 on: December 31, 2019, 09:45:09 PM »
I need a bag that is 40" long. Found a really cheap bag on Amazon that seems to fit the bill.

https://smile.amazon.com/Audio2000S-ACC4395-99-Dual-Pack-Speaker-Carrying/dp/B00F0YAH7W
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Re: ISO Bag for mic stands
« Reply #17 on: January 01, 2020, 08:19:37 AM »
Lowel (photo/film lighting mftr) makes a large Litebag that is 40" long. I used one for years carrying my light stands on photo shoots till it was too beat up to stitch back  together. It held three full size stands and assorted other stuff. Minimal padding so it had a bit of structure but was still lightweight. It isn't cheap but it isn't spendy either.

When mine wore out I replaced it with a Portabrace bag meant for a 40" slider. It's better built and carries more but it weighs and costs more too...

For jobs where small stands are enough I use a Phottix tripod bag I got on sale at B&H. I believe there's a larger version that is 40" long.

 

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