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  • malamalama
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    That is a great picture. One question: is that a navy Aeronaut or a different shade of blue? Tried searching, but couldn't find if the aeronaut was made in other colors previously. If that is a navy, then it's interesting how light it looks in the photo compared to my cordura navy. Also, if you tell me it's because of how the ballistic nylon 'shimmers' in the sunlight, I'd be even more excited.

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  • pretzelb
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    When I bought my Subaru Forester the other car I was looking at was the Honda Element. I still look at them whenever I see them. They do seem like fun cars.

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  • OnMyWay
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    Looks great! Like some sort of puzzle or Tom Bihn tetris...

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  • dorayme
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    that sounds like the most awesome trip ever! Love the photo too!

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  • Maria
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    What fun! Those bags look like they can take a great deal and still look organized! Well done.

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  • tCook
    started a topic Cross-country road trip bags

    Cross-country road trip bags

    Last year, I spent 45 days driving a 9,300 mile loop around the country. My Tom Bihn bags were a great help and most of them were in and out of the car with me every night (I had a couple of longer stops, but mostly kept moving each night). Halfway through, I picked up my BFF in Delaware and we had a TB bag-fest going on in the back of the car. This picture, in Virginia Beach, shows 1) my Honda Element, the best road trip car *ever*, 2) my Synapse, Aeronaut, and Co-Pilot, 3) the BFF's Side Effect and Aeronaut, and 4) a bunch of other gear (the trip included some camping so we were pretty loaded down!).

    There were some packing cubes (Aeronaut, 3D, clear quarter) inside, but I wanted to share this picture of our all-around-the-U.S. bags!
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