Tom Bihn Synapse Backpack [Review]

Introducing my new favorite backpack, the Synapse by Tom Bihn. I’ve had this backpack in London, Madrid, Morocco, Rome, along with all over the US. I wear it commuting on my bike and when I walk into town. I’ve even climbed to 14,110′ on Pikes Peak and 14,265′ on Quandary Peak. It does everything I ask of it and never lets me down.

I’ve told you this is everywhere and this is me, on my way down from the summit of Quandary Peak, around 6am. Everything I need is in the Synapse. I’m light and fast so I don’t have the hip belt or sternum straps attached.

Synapse on Quandary Peak

Here I am again in Fes, Morocco, then Madrid, the Tower of London, and St. Peter’s Square, Rome.

Synapse around the world

I wear the pack commuting on my bike. Even without the hip belt, the Synapse doesn’t move around on road or off. I use it nearly every day and never knew I could be this much in love with a backpack.

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Justin Lukasavige

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