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Thread: recent pictures of the aeronaut, synapse, smart alec, and field journal notebook

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    recent pictures of the aeronaut, synapse, smart alec, and field journal notebook

    hi folks,

    i just wanted to share some recent pictures in this thread...

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    here, we have the indigo synapse backpack, the aeronaut, in crimson and steel, and as darcy aptly named him - the jaidenaut, all packed and ready to go to the uk!
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    the aeronaut and synapse backpack aboard the train to terminal B at washington dulles international airport (IAD).
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    hard at work in the field journal notebook aboard the amtrak train from washington, dc to new york city.
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    with the smart alec backpack at the american museum of natural history in new york city.
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    with the aeronaut around new york city.
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    I just talked myself out of getting the Synapse backpack & now you post pics :) I LOVE the Synapse in Indigo.
    I just got an Ego less than a month ago do I really need another bag?!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TXGirl View Post
    do I really need another bag?!?!
    yes
    the Synapse is a great choice!
    just enabling. . .
    Si non aptus in Peram, ego opus ad buy magis quisque.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TXGirl View Post
    I just talked myself out of getting the Synapse backpack & now you post pics :) I LOVE the Synapse in Indigo.
    I just got an Ego less than a month ago do I really need another bag?!?!
    hi TXGirl!

    the synapse is an amazing backpack. deceptively small, it can accommodate a number of items and still looks great when it is not packed!

    i carried a field journal notebook, snacks, a water bottle, a board game, coloring pencils, a puzzle, and more in that backpack during that trip. i was even able to stuff my jacket and my son's jacket in there as the day warmed up!

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    I placed my order last night for one. I can't wait to get it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick View Post
    here, we have the indigo synapse backpack, the aeronaut, in crimson and steel, and as darcy aptly named him - the jaidenaut, all packed and ready to go to the uk!
    "This is MY van!"
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    [ just talked myself out of getting the Synapse backpack & now you post pics :) I LOVE the Synapse in Indigo.
    I just got an Ego less than a month ago do I really need another bag?!?!][/QUOTE]

    As great as Maverick's picture's are, they don't do the indigo color of the Synapse justice. I've had mine for a couple of months and love it. The color almost glows. I haven't seen a picture that really shows it off. Now i'm anxiously awaiting a Tristar in steel and solar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmilem View Post
    As great as Maverick's picture's are, they don't do the indigo color of the Synapse justice. I've had mine for a couple of months and love it. The color almost glows. I haven't seen a picture that really shows it off. Now i'm anxiously awaiting a Tristar in steel and solar.
    indeed, it is hard to capture the beauty of the fabrics that tom bihn uses. the sheen, the iridescence, the brilliance is something that you have to see in person to really appreciate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick View Post
    indeed, it is hard to capture the beauty of the fabrics that tom bihn uses. the sheen, the iridescence, the brilliance is something that you have to see in person to really appreciate!
    I second that. Even Dyneema has iridescence!


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