So, once a week for a month, we’re going to give you a chance to win one of Poler’s hooded Napsacks, perfect for sleeping wherever you might find yourself sleeping — a friend’s couch, the back of a pickup, side of the road, or inside a tent.
Respectfully based on the good works of The Burning House, we’d like you to show us what you carry with you on those trips you take — skate trips, daytrips, week trips, month trips. Call it What’s In The Bag, Dad? Just unload your bag on the floor, shoot a photo, and post it to The Skateboard Mag Facebook page with a simple description:
List of your stuff (short-winded):
Here are a couple sweet examples of What’s In The Bag, Dad? photos from Poler skate team members, John Rattray and Chet Childress.
Name: John Rattray
List of your stuff (short-winded): Pen, pencil, straight-edge, unlined notebook, T-shirt, wheels, canteen, book, wallet, camera of some sort, Thunder sticker, head torch, pocket knife one, pocket knife two, bottlecap.
Name: Chet Childress
Occupation: Skateboard Rider
Whereabouts: Unknown via Portland, Oregon.
List of your stuff (short-winded): I swear I fit all this shit in this bag. Poler o.g. camo duffel bag, Exped sleeping mat that’s totally sick, Poler Napsack and The Man Tent, tarp for under tent, two knives, Tylenol PM, whatever this thing’s called that opens a bottle of usually cheap red wine, fire, little lamp, head lamp, hot sauce (always needed), toilet paper for them blowouts, camera, dice game (give me to money on that 4,5,6), hot pot holder, art pens and remembering pad, that Stumptown coffee, percolator, prison mug, sling shot (bb gun not shown but usually roll that Red Rider for games of beer can killer), socks, and beanie.