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"Plenty of leg room left over under a Southwest 737-300 aisle seat."
Photo posted by freecia on Flickr. See also: the Synapse
Posted by Badger in the TOM BIHN Forums. Read the full thread to see more of Badger's photos read the 15 responses to her post. Inside was the Stealth Order: A Black Smart Alec, a Vertical Freudian Slip, a Black Snake Charmer, a Black Ballistic Small pouch and a Black Ballistic Mini pouch. I was too impatient to take a pic of the haul in its box, but the next day the SA accompanied me on its first mission: Journey to the Center of the Library: Stay tuned for pics from my upcoming 5-day conference in St. Louis! Thanks for...
Photo by @megsleigh
Field Notes in our Ristretto vertical messenger bag. Photo posted by @room34
Photo by J.W. Clarke. Left: the Brain Bag. Right: the Aeronaut. See the original photo here.
Photo by Brian Stowell. Read more in the TOM BIHN Forums. Smart Alec (Steel Solar) w/ Brain Cell & Snake Charmer - 1 Macbook Pro 13" (kept in Brain Cell) - Canon Rebel XT w/ 17-70mm lens attached (not pictured because it's taking the pictures!) - 2 zip up hoodies (One for wearing, one to wrap around my camera to keep it safe) - 1 external hard drive w/ USB cable & case (for music and photo storage) - 1 power strip - first aid kit (tylenol, advil, bandaids, etc) - sunglasses w/ case - passport (I keep it tucked...
"I wanted to share a photo that Neil, our guide and owner of Hike This!, took of me with the Synapse at Red Rock Canyon. The rock scramble was a great time and the Synapse was all that I could ask for. It held my water bottle, phone, jacket and Leica with room to spare. Thanks Tom and Neil!"
Posted by ydigital in the TOM BIHN Forums; join the discussion.
See the photo by csmarshall on Flickr.
See also: the Super Ego.
Shown: the Swift in Forest/Hemp. Thanks to Alexandra Guerson for the (as always) great photos.
Photo by maverick. See more in maverick's thread "to new york with the western flyer!" in the TOM BIHN Forums.