Welcome!

We're glad you are here. This is the place to ask for bag advice, help other people out, post reviews, and share photos and videos.

TOM BIHN Forums Statistics

Collapse

Topics: 14,735   Posts: 190,182   Members: 6,595   Active Members: 264
Welcome to our newest member, bosticderek.

Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Your Photos Are Needed

Collapse
This is a sticky topic.
X
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    #76
    [QUOTE=giuliof;63675]Small Cafè Bag in Nordic/Solar at the office.
    It's replacing my Synapse as EDC bag for the spring/summer, as I don't have much to carry with me.

    I have the same bag, and I adore it! I know you'll love yours, too.

    ~Nancy

    Comment


      #77
      Small cafe bag in Linen/Navy.

      Got a surprise unboxing over the parapack lining but the bag is a complete and utter color/load WIN. Linen is sophisticatedly understated and it really pops next to the navy parapack. So glad I chose this combo!

      Here I am finally using the medium yarn sack from my Swift to hold my Canon EOS-M camera and extra lens. Inside the YSS is an insert from the Lowepro Courier 80 bag. A mesh 3D cube with the camera accessories fits perfectly on top (and also in the back pocket of the SCB).

      After a gleeful test carry around the house, the feel of the SCB is much better (for me) than the MCB. I just love it!














      Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
      Favorite: Steel/Steel Little Swift * Latest: nNordic/NWS Smart Alec *

      Comment


        #78
        is there a file size limit?

        Comment


          #79
          [QUOTE=kkintea;63745]Small cafe bag in Linen/Navy.

          Got a surprise unboxing over the parapack lining but the bag is a complete and utter color/load WIN. Linen is sophisticatedly understated and it really pops next to the navy parapack. So glad I chose this combo!
          Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk[/QUOTE=kkintea;63745]

          I ordered the same bag, in the same color combination. My daughter was with me as I unwrapped. She kidnapped my bag! I have to order another one!
          The stockpile keeps growing...I'm in serious trouble.

          Comment


            #80
            Originally posted by kkintea View Post
            Small cafe bag in Linen/Navy.

            Got a surprise unboxing over the parapack lining but the bag is a complete and utter color/load WIN. Linen is sophisticatedly understated and it really pops next to the navy parapack. So glad I chose this combo!

            Here I am finally using the medium yarn sack from my Swift to hold my Canon EOS-M camera and extra lens. Inside the YSS is an insert from the Lowepro Courier 80 bag. A mesh 3D cube with the camera accessories fits perfectly on top (and also in the back pocket of the SCB).

            After a gleeful test carry around the house, the feel of the SCB is much better (for me) than the MCB. I just love it!












            So glad this worked for you. When I read your edited post (in another thread) about wanting to see a picture about how the bag held up under wear, rather than stock pictures, I thought I had provided the wrong information in linking to the "Describe Linen" thread that you later said pushed you to order this combination.
            Originally posted by moriond View Post
            @kkintea There are some posts of linen in the Describe linen thread, including a Cafe Bag image that Darcy posted, but I think there are also other recent images in the forums

            moriond
            ETA: Oops, didn't see your Edit: "Edit: I'm wondering how the color holds up, as compared to stock photos."
            Looks great with the Iberian Dyneema Cube inside.

            moriond
            Last edited by moriond; 04-30-2014, 06:12 PM.

            Comment


              #81
              from a recent huckleberry in north GA

              Click image for larger version

Name:	tb1.jpg
Views:	1
Size:	561.6 KB
ID:	291839

              Comment


                #82
                Originally posted by trailmix View Post
                from a recent huckleberry in north GA

                [ATTACH=CONFIG]6067[/ATTACH]
                Very nice. Is this the Synapse 19 in Steel Dyneema/Wasabi?

                Comment


                  #83
                  thanks, and i wish. actually it has solar lining.

                  Comment


                    #84
                    Originally posted by trailmix View Post
                    thanks, and i wish. actually it has solar lining.
                    I'm guessing you switched to Solar to avoid waiting for the Wasabi version that's listed as being on back order till June. But since Solar Dyneema versions are no longer available, and Solar is being retired (again), there are probably people who would rather have a Steel Dyneema/Solar version of the Synapse 19 that you could swap with, if you really wanted.

                    Looks very good in the picture, either way.

                    moriond

                    Comment


                      #85
                      yeah, largely that. and i'm sure i'll put it up at some point. i do like green.

                      Comment


                        #86
                        Hey, I recognize that synapse :)

                        Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

                        Comment


                          #87
                          Click image for larger version

Name:	uploadfromtaptalk1398911271502.jpg
Views:	1
Size:	51.3 KB
ID:	291840 my aubergine/wasabi co-pilot with the usual EDC (water bottle, 3D organizer cube, ipad, size 1 stuff sack with chargers, book, wallet, two notebooks, battery pack, maxpedition micro organizer, hand sanitizer, tissues).

                          Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

                          Comment


                            #88
                            Originally posted by Tachiyaku View Post
                            Hey, I recognize that synapse :)
                            i imagine you do

                            Comment


                              #89
                              Second non-traditional use of yarn stuff sack: classing up the office pencil cup.




                              Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
                              Favorite: Steel/Steel Little Swift * Latest: nNordic/NWS Smart Alec *

                              Comment


                                #90
                                Originally posted by Tachiyaku View Post
                                [my aubergine/wasabi co-pilot with the usual EDC
                                This is a super-helpful photo for me! Shows me how much you can load up (I like those threads) and the relative size of the objects. That is some serious reading you have going - wow!

                                Comment

                                Working...
                                X