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We get high marks from seasoned traveler Bill Kizorek

Bill with his TOM BIHN Packing Cube Backpack in Nepal

Bill -- CEO of Two Parrot Productions, expert traveler (150 countries and counting), and all-around awesome guy -- sent us this review of the bags he took with him on his most recent trip.

"Dear Tom Bihn,

Just got back from an international journey with six legs--USA-Japan-Thailand-Nepal-Thailand-USA. The necessitated that we travel as light as possible because we had to haul video equipment up and down mountain-sides in Katmandu, as well as place in over-head bins on six different aircraft. We were on a quest to create documentary films for IPAS and TEWA--two non-profits that took special care of women in Nepal.

Your collection of bags was incredibly functional, light, and durable. Along with the Brain Bag, Tri-Star, Packing Cube Backpack and other bigger pieces, we also took with us the cases you make to hold passports, money, receipts, cords, computer hard drives, headphones, clothing, batteries, food, and a variety of other essentials. I confess that I went overboard in ordering from your cool website, but I did not regret that I bought ten assorted pieces of your line.

I was amazed that the plastic front on the document bag did not scratch, and all of the pieces looked brand new when I got home--in spite of the battering they took along the way.

Job well done."
-- Bill Kizorek, CEO, Two Parrot Productions

Bill with his TOM BIHN Tri-Star carry-on

Brain Bag and Tri-Star overhead

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