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FIELD TRIPS by TOM BIHN

Patterns. Voyages. Backcountry and front.

January 2011

Photos by holoholo: Tri-Star Adventures 2010

Photos by holoholo: Tri-Star Adventures 2010

“Got my Tri-Star used but with the Absolute Strap (which is one of the greatest things ever) in September. When I was looking to get the Tri-Star I wasn’t really sure what other bag would fit in the middle, but going by the dimensions I decided to go with the Ristretto for iPad to carry a netbook (don’t have an ipad). Needed this to One Bag it on my travels. This is the first trip with the Tri-Star, a 4 day trip to Vegas in October. The Ristretto worked just fine, pulled it out as my in flight bag, and its the ideal day bag.”

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TOM BIHN Tri-Star Photos by holoholo

TOM BIHN Tri-Star Photos by holoholo

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Charles Apple on the Absolute Strap

Charles Apple on the Absolute Strap

Charles Apple on the Absolute Strap

“Although the folks at Tom Bihn offered — via Twitter, no less — to rush it to me in South Africa, I saved the shipping expense and had them send it to Virginia Beach. It was waiting for me when I got home.

And let me tell you, this strap is awesome. It’s wide and comfortable and stretchy. It places much less of a burden on my tired, aging shoulder than the [other manufacturers] strap ever did. All travel bags should come with the Absolute Shoulder Strap. Or something like it.”


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See also: the Absolute Shoulder Strap.

Charles Apple on the Absolute Strap

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