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    Can't Find the Fabric and Color Info

    I know it is on the main website somewhere, because I've seen it. But every time I go looking for a section which provides detailed info on the various fabrics, and the same or somewhere else that might display the colors on offer, I can't find it. Please point me to it...thanks!

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    Originally posted by Go Navy View Post
    I know it is on the main website somewhere, because I've seen it. But every time I go looking for a section which provides detailed info on the various fabrics, and the same or somewhere else that might display the colors on offer, I can't find it. Please point me to it...thanks!
    Do you mean the materials glossary...?

    https://www.tombihn.com/pages/materials

    It's under the 'About Us' section
    I like all the blues and greys...and all the happy citrus colours too! My search unicorn is the Sapphire Dyneema original Small Shop Bag...

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      #3
      Originally posted by Go Navy View Post
      I know it is on the main website somewhere, because I've seen it. But every time I go looking for a section which provides detailed info on the various fabrics, and the same or somewhere else that might display the colors on offer, I can't find it. Please point me to it...thanks!
      This? https://www.tombihn.com/pages/materials

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        #4
        Originally posted by GrussGott View Post
        Simul-post!
        I like all the blues and greys...and all the happy citrus colours too! My search unicorn is the Sapphire Dyneema original Small Shop Bag...

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          #5
          That's it! Now how on earth would anyone find their way to that information? The URL suggests the path tombihn.com/pages/materials. Pages? What pages? Is that a section of the website?

          Can anyone explain how to find it for future reference? Yes, I know how to bookmark. I'm thinking of both my forgetfulness and of newer visitors to the site.

          Thank you...

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            #6
            Originally posted by Go Navy View Post
            That's it! Now how on earth would anyone find their way to that information? The URL suggests the path tombihn.com/pages/materials. Pages? What pages? Is that a section of the website?

            Can anyone explain how to find it for future reference? Yes, I know how to bookmark. I'm thinking of both my forgetfulness and of newer visitors to the site.

            Thank you...
            Maybe TB can put a link at the top of this Forum - directly to the Materials and maybe another one that jumps directly to the FAQs... not sure how many they can put up there

            Darcy MatthewR
            I like all the blues and greys...and all the happy citrus colours too! My search unicorn is the Sapphire Dyneema original Small Shop Bag...

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              #7
              I looked at About Us, and see a nice description of the company and its philosophy, plus a lot of pictures of dogs and employees. I saw no immediate link to materials, until in the upper right hand corner, I see "Rare Bag Giveaway Blog About Us" with a tiny triangle. (When one first reads that stream of words, one thinks "what?" Aha, it is under the tiny triangle. C'mon Bihn officials, make it easier will you? There's a ton of useful info there on materials. Thanks.

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                Originally posted by Go Navy View Post
                I looked at About Us, and see a nice description of the company and its philosophy, plus a lot of pictures of dogs and employees. I saw no immediate link to materials, until in the upper right hand corner, I see "Rare Bag Giveaway Blog About Us" with a tiny triangle. (When one first reads that stream of words, one thinks "what?" Aha, it is under the tiny triangle. C'mon Bihn officials, make it easier will you? There's a ton of useful info there on materials. Thanks.
                Hmmm....that small triangular down arrow signifies that the link opens a menu... same style as the one next to 'Shop Bags & Packs' as rendered on Chrome laptop - see pics below... the menus render differently on my Android chrome (that uses three horizontal lines)

                what browser/method are you using?



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                I like all the blues and greys...and all the happy citrus colours too! My search unicorn is the Sapphire Dyneema original Small Shop Bag...

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                  #9
                  I do realize that the down arrow almost universally indicates a drop down menu of some sort. I use Apple Safari, the latest version. The arrow appears and it works.

                  At first I missed the down arrow; then I mistakenly dismissed it as not likely to lead to the topic. I guess I'm just whining that "About Us" doesn't seem to intuitively lead to the lengthy piece on fabric technology. "About Us" is typically (but not always, I suppose) focused only on the company, its history, philosophy, people, business practices...those sorts of things.

                  At any rate, thanks, everyone, for pointing me to the great fabric info article. (Note: the color video is out of date.)

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                    #10
                    Yeah, I love TB and their bags, but the website often leaves something to be desired.

                    If I was queen for a day, I think the first things I'd implement are better organization of products, ability to sort by size/price/popularity/etc., ability to see the in stock status of EVERY product without clicking into it, bigger color boxes.. Ah well. It does get the job done at least. A little too well, if my bag collection is anything to judge by.

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