Good for her!
Type: Posts; User: TdeF
Good for her!
green or burnt orange
I have two problems with one bag. First is similar to what timothy said above. I like to have a bag close by for tickets, books, etc.
My major problem occurs when I have no one to watch my bag, and...
does that orange glow in the dark?
Another vote for black/solar.
I will repeat what I have posted before:
I have a J. Peterman waxed canvas duffel that I have used for many years. It is my first choice for short trips. It lacks a space for tickets on the outside...
Nice post HOBOKEN. I have an old canvas and leather duffel that is my first choice for short trips. It gets better with age.
I prefer the green or browns - ("warm" colors) . :-((
I had two Arkel panniers - good bags. I also have several seat bags and several front handlebar bags. I have gone through numerous bags. and change often.
"it would be well sized to extract and put under the seat ahead of me on a plane / train, whereas a bag like the Aeronaut wouldn't be handy to retrieve items from while in transit."
Hopefully with a place for a water bottle, and not just one deep pocket for the pack.
The material on th TB cubes seems much nicer and slides into areas with more ease IMO.
I Second that.
I have seen references to this elsewhere in the argument for using natural materials, cotton, wool, etc., but they have their own set of problems too.
I like it.
My wish for a green or brown.
I just returned from a trip using my carry on (no wheels) bag.
After arriving early, a 1.5 hour plane delay, and lugging the bag all over the airport, I will use wheels forever more when I am...
Mark, rest easy. You are not the only cheapskate on this list!
I would be curious to see how a Tom Bihn design would compare.
I would be curious also.
Any fully loaded maximum carry on bag is very heavy, and difficult to carry by the shoulder for any length of time.
So, what should be improved from the two mentioned?
Iams changed several years ago when P&G bought the company and started mass marketing it.
Bottom line on the food problems: there are still a lot of unknowns and there is no concrete answer right...
No evidence of any in the human food chain.
I have a "pack it flat" kit. It is rather large for what I need. I still use a Eagle creek kit that is smaller.
Seattle is a nice city to visit!