TOM BIHN’s first roll-top backpack. It’s about time.
A packable backpack that doesn’t go light on features.
Can’t decide between a sling or backpack? Why not both?
A pack made for rucking.
Shines in style, but loses points on usability.
The successor to one of my favorite travel backpacks ever.
The ultimate utility backpack. Looks bad but badass.
From the office to the gym, in style.
Ultralight, ultra-sleek, ultra crinkly.
A purpose-driven design for the city slicker
A beast of a bag. The largest travel backpack I own.
A backpack that covers every (organizational) base.
Small but deadly.
For those who prefer a little more simplicity in a crazy world.
The Shadow Guide is a stealthy, minimalist homage to 70s hiking bags.
A bag that swings three ways.
Beautifully designed with thoughtful organization. My new favorite travel backpack?
A budget option for those trying the one-bag life.
Style, utility, performance, it has got it all.
A fully-featured budget daypack, but without a laptop sleeve and is not packable. Is it enough?
Minimal with thoughtful organization.
The intersection between style, quality and function.
Light but deadly. My favorite day pack.
A backpack for photographers.
A much awaited upgrade to the Synapse series.
A balanced backpack for a balanced lifestyle.
The most beautiful, black minimalist backpack now.
This isn’t just military grade, this is military.
High cost performance for innovative new ideas.
Compact bag for all your essentials.