Tom Bihn Aeronaut 45 Review | Maximum Sized Carry-On Travel Backpack

Tom Bihn Aeronaut 45 Review | Maximum Sized Carry-On Travel Backpack


14 thoughts on “Tom Bihn Aeronaut 45 Review | Maximum Sized Carry-On Travel Backpack

  1. I bought my aeronaut 45 two years ago when my partner and I had a baby. I can travel will all my things, plus diapers, blanket, books and stuffed animals, it's massive! I got the lighter fabric (reduces weight by half a pound), it did come with a frame sheet, my zippers broke in nicely and I don't notice them sticking anymore.

  2. I have several Tom Bihn bags that I love. You say that if you're going into a bag eco-system, Tom Bihn is "not a bad choice." Is there a better choice to recommend?

  3. Frame sheet and padded hip belt are available. They make a world of difference carrying in backpack mode; no more sagging from my experience.

  4. Tom Bihns are so overrated. I spent $400 on the Western Flyer and it is horrible. Everyone on the internet raves about it but I suspect they got one for free. I'll sell mine, never used, if anyone wants it.

  5. I own this bag and the frustrating thing with it is when you have a laptop with you itโ€™s not very practical as a carry on bag.

  6. Thanks for the review. Looking at this and the Tom Bihn Tristar. Would be interesting to see a review of that or even a comparison (possibly with the Aeronaut 30).

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