“Get over to the Web site and take a look at all the gear Tom Bihn has to offer. And remember, the old saying that you get what you pay for is never more true then when it comes to Tom Bihn. Years from now it will be very clear to you.”
Read the full review of the Checkpoint Flyer @ SurfBits. Or, see the Checkpoint Flyer for yourself.
“The Vacation Gals are so pleased to again this year participate in an amazing project called Passports with Purpose. The brainchild of four hard-working, generous Seattle-area bloggers — Michelle Duffy, Debbie Dubrow, Pam Mandel and Beth Whitman — PWP brings together bloggers from all over the globe to raise money for a worthy charity. This year it’s the American Assistance for Cambodia, which is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving opportunities for the youth and rural poor in Cambodia. All funds — 100% — go to this 501(c)3 charity.”
“Here’s how it works: We’ve procured two awesome prizes donated by our friends in the travel industry. [Including the TOM BIHN Synapse.] These prizes are listed on the main Passports with Purpose raffle site. Donate $10 and you’re given a raffle ticket (of sorts) to apply to any prize listed — it certainly doesn’t have to be ours! There are some amazing items that you might win.”
Below: the Empire Builder in Black/Indigo/Steel.
The Tri-Star is now shipping in all colors: Crimson/Steel, Indigo/Solar, Black/Steel, and Steel/Solar.
The Large Cafe Bag is now shipping in all colors.
The Swift is in-stock in colors Steel/Steel, Crimson/Black, Punch/Plum, Punch/Cocoa, Punch/Navy, and Plum/Indigo. All other colors will ship on Monday, December 21st.
“Tom Bihn adopts the same kind of sustainable philosophy, and its Cork Pouches help make my dream of organization a reality. The cork fabric is harvested from the cork oak tree by peeling the bark, not chopping down the tree. I love the look and the insanely smart design of their products (that let you see the contents of your bag and protect the items you love). They also have a great cork bag for your Kindle.”
“I’ve carried Tom Bihn’s Checkpoint Flyer all over the country recently and it sailed through the x-ray machine every time. In Nashville, I even felt a twinge of sympathy for a guy in the next lane who was fumbling around with wire spaghetti as he removed his laptop from the case. He needed one of these.”
Read the full review @ Practical Travel Gear