A pair of stroller/wheelchair adapter straps. A pair of stroller/wheelchair adapter straps attached to the shoulder strap d-rings of a Parental Unit in Black 525 Ballistic. A close-up of a stroller/wheelchair adapter strap attached to the shoulder strap d-ring of a Parental Unit in Black 525 Ballistic. A pair of stroller/wheelchair adapter straps attached to the shoulder strap d-rings of a Parental Unit in Black 525 Ballistic. A person holding the edge of a stroller/wheelchair adapter strap and a d-ring shoulder strap attachment point on a bag. A person pushing the tip of a stroller/wheelchair adapter strap through the gap between the webbing and the bottom of the d-ring shoulder-strap attachment point of a bag. A person pushing the tip of a stroller/wheelchair adapter strap through the gap between the webbing and the bottom of the d-ring shoulder-strap attachment point of a bag. A person pulling the edge of a stroller/wheelchair adapter strap through the gap between the webbing and the bottom of the d-ring shoulder-strap attachment point of a bag. The edge of a stroller/wheelchair adapter strap through the gap between the webbing and the bottom of the d-ring shoulder-strap attachment point of a bag flared to keep it in place. A person clipping the stroller/wheelchair adapter strap connected to a Deep Blue (dark blue) 525 Ballistic Parental Unit around a stroller handle. A person clipping the stroller/wheelchair adapter strap connected to a Deep Blue (dark blue) 525 Ballistic Parental Unit around a stroller handle. A stroller/wheelchair adapter strap connecting to a Deep Blue (dark blue) 525 Ballistic Parental Unit to the push handle of a stroller. A person removing keys from the zipper on a Deep Blue (dark blue) 525 Ballistic Parental Unit  connected to the push handle of a stroller. A person holding a baby beside a Deep Blue (dark blue) 525 Ballistic Parental Unit connected to the push handle of a stroller using the stroller/wheelchair adapter straps. A person pushing a stroller with a Deep Blue (dark blue) 525 Ballistic Parental Unit connected to the push handle of the stroller using the stroller/wheelchair adapter straps.
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Wheelchair or Stroller Straps

$8.00

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Wheelchair/Stroller Strap Set
A person holding the edge of a stroller/wheelchair adapter strap and a d-ring shoulder strap attachment point on a bag. A person pushing the tip of a stroller/wheelchair adapter strap through the gap between the webbing and the bottom of the d-ring shoulder-strap attachment point of a bag. A person pushing the tip of a stroller/wheelchair adapter strap through the gap between the webbing and the bottom of the d-ring shoulder-strap attachment point of a bag. A person pulling the edge of a stroller/wheelchair adapter strap through the gap between the webbing and the bottom of the d-ring shoulder-strap attachment point of a bag. The edge of a stroller/wheelchair adapter strap through the gap between the webbing and the bottom of the d-ring shoulder-strap attachment point of a bag flared to keep it in place. A person clipping the stroller/wheelchair adapter strap connected to a Deep Blue (dark blue) 525 Ballistic Parental Unit around a stroller handle. A person clipping the stroller/wheelchair adapter strap connected to a Deep Blue (dark blue) 525 Ballistic Parental Unit around a stroller handle. A stroller/wheelchair adapter strap connecting to a Deep Blue (dark blue) 525 Ballistic Parental Unit to the push handle of a stroller. A person removing keys from the zipper on a Deep Blue (dark blue) 525 Ballistic Parental Unit  connected to the push handle of a stroller. A person holding a baby beside a Deep Blue (dark blue) 525 Ballistic Parental Unit connected to the push handle of a stroller using the stroller/wheelchair adapter straps. A person pushing a stroller with a Deep Blue (dark blue) 525 Ballistic Parental Unit connected to the push handle of the stroller using the stroller/wheelchair adapter straps.

Description

Our Wheelchair or Stroller Straps allows one to hang any TOM BIHN bag with 1-1/2" d-ring shoulder strap attachment points on to the back of a stroller or wheelchair.

Wheelchair or Stroller Loops attach to our bags through the bag’s plastic triangular “D-ring” part. The Loops don't clip into the circular hole where you’d normally attach a shoulder strap’s snaphook, but rather slips through the slot where the webbing, which affixes the plastic triangle to the bag, passes. This is cool because you needn’t choose between shoulder strap or the loops – you can leave the loops on if you find yourself utilizing them often, and remove the shoulder strap if and when that seems right.

Of course, some of our larger travel bags are likely to prove too unwieldy if used this way: below is a list of recommended bags that will accept the loops. The Wheelchair or Stroller Straps should work great with most strollers or wheelchairs, but we haven't tested every stroller or wheelchair out there, so your mileage may vary. 

We’re working on photos and videos that demonstrate this new accessory in use with both strollers and wheelchairs: stay tuned!

These bags have 1-1/2" d-ring shoulder strap attachment points and thus can use the Wheelchair or Stroller Straps:

Cadet
Co-Pilot
Daylight Briefcase
Large Cafe Bag
Night Flight Travel Duffel
Parental Unit 
Ristretto
Maker's Bag
Yeoman Duffels (Mini and Small sizes)

Materials

Nylon webbing
Tough Duraflex®, Nexus, and Woojin buckles and related components

Sewn in Seattle

Our bags are designed and sewn right here in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.

That allows us to be control freaks in the best way possible; we have direct control and oversight of the quality of our materials, our products, and the jobs and working environment that we help create. It also offers us a unique spontaneity: when we have an idea for a new product or accessory, we can design it, figure out how to build it, add it to our website and be ready to ship it out our front door all within just a few weeks. How cool is that?

Intrigued? You can find out more about the unusual way we do business on our Company Philosophy page.

THE BIHN Guarantee

Everything you buy from us here at TOM BIHN is satisfaction guaranteed. We’ve been in business for over 30 years and we stand behind what we make.

If something goes wrong and it's our fault, we'll fix it for free. Repairs due to normal wear and tear or due to other things that are not our fault will be performed, when possible, at a reasonable charge right here in our Seattle factory where your bag was made. Defects in materials or workmanship are uncommon and almost always evident while the product is still new. Keep in mind that bags and packs are often subject to extreme wear in everyday use: do not expect them to last forever. Only true love lasts forever! You can expect a TOM BIHN product to give years and years of hard service.

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