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PV Hiker wrote:
I put it in my pocket, but at times was disappointed to find it was sharing space with a tissue. With a lens hood on I find I go a long time without a cap on. Cap goes on when environment gets bad, blowing dirt etc. I will put the cap on when hiking up and down or over steep uneven terrain that Iíve been known to slip (donít you just love gravity and age!). The cap can add just a bit of protection walking around off trail.
That was part of my original post: that I find my pockets have lint, and that's where I tend to slip the cap. But as the posters here attest, everyone has some sort of random system, and only a few always put the lens cap in the same place.
I hike with lens uncapped, to be ready for action when it presents. But, will cap when blowing sand, snow, etc. are problematic.