Solution for Covering Unprotected 'Bottoms'
Sorry for the cheeky title.I just had to get your attention.
This post is about how so many of us keep harping on about the fact that our fav Tom Bihn Bags don't have any extra protection for their street facing surfaces- usually the bottom side. Examples include: Aeronaut, ID, Super Ego etc.
Well, there are solutions out there, but I wanted to throw out a name I've come to respect alot lately- SuperFabric. We actually use it in the studio as background prop for photos, but it's being used increasingly for it's combination of flexibility and abrasion resistence in apparel, gloves, shoes etc. Any thought to maybe using it to protect our precious Tom Bhin Bag Bottoms? The stuff feels like ripstop covered with super tough dots of epoxy or something like that
Darcy. What did you think of the SuperFabric sample I sent you? I can see lots of cool uses for this stuff.
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