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3D Clear Organizer Cube now shipping + what’s next (photos)

The 3D Clear Organizer Cube is now shipping in all colors.

TOM BIHN Seattle factory photos

Rudi inspects her work at our Seattle, Washington factory.

The next bag Rudi has begun joining is the Ristretto for 11″ Air. If you were to build a house one side at a time – the front, the back the sides – installing the windows, the doors, even the interior cabinets as you build each side, “joining” would be putting all the pieces together into a whole house. That’s pretty much how we build our bags.

TOM BIHN Seattle factory photos

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Veritrope: Help in Your Own Way Giveaway (Win an Aeronaut)

Veritrope: Help in Your Own Way Giveaway (Win an Aeronaut)

“Wherever any sort of meritocracy exists in this world, it is only because human beings have made sure that good works are rewarded — and that kind people are encouraged.

No one person on their own can make the world into a decent place. In the end, it’s up to all of us.

“People” have to make it happen.

I am grateful for the good fortune to know so many interesting, talented people — and I’ve met many of them through this website! I’m now asking them — and you — to help me raise money and awareness for two very special groups in Laos.”

Read more on how you can participate — and win an Aeronaut, Justin’s favorite bag for Round-The-World travel — at Veritrope.

See also:

  • The Language Project: building community libraries for students to read books, use the internet, practice foreign languages, and to learn about the arts, photography, and music.
  • Village Science: bringing sustainable science education to students of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic.
  • Justin’s review of the Aeronaut
  • The Aeronaut
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    In stock: Ristretto for iPad, Swift, Super Ego

    The Ristretto for iPad is now shipping in all colors: Black/Steel, Black/Wasabi, Olive/Cayenne, Cocoa/Steel, Cocoa/Cayenne, Navy/Steel, and Steel/Wasabi.

    The Swift is now shipping in all colors: Cocoa/Olive, Olive/Plum, Plum/Black, Conifer/Black, Steel/Steel, Black/Black, Kiwi/Black, Crimson/Black, and Indigo/Black.

    The Super Ego is now shipping in all colors: Black/Crimson/Steel, Black/Steel/Wasabi, and Black/Black/Steel.

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    Tune into Tuesday TravelGram Today at 3pm PST

    TOM BIHN Seattle Factory moving... to Seattle

    Above: Scott McMurren, Tom Bihn, and Nadra Angerman in our new Seattle factory and company headquarters.

    Scott McMurren (Alaska TravelGram, Alaska TourSaver & Seattle TourSaver) and Nadra Angerman (Enthrall Marketing & Seattle TravelGram) visited our current Seattle headquarters and our new location (which we’re moving into this weekend) for a video tour and interview with Tom. They’ll be talking about our company on today’s Tuesday TravelGram. If you’re in Anchorage, Alaska, tune into FOX NEWS TALK KOAN-AM 1020. Everywhere else: Stream it Live (3:00-4:00pm PST) from Seattle’s Hotel 1000.

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    In stock: Color Key Strap, Size Air13 Cache, Size 1 Horizontal Brain Cell

    Now in-stock and shipping within one business day:

    Color Key Strap in Plum, Crimson, and Olive.

    Size Air13 Cache (designed specifically for the 13″ MacBook Air)

    Size 1 Horizontal Brain Cell

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    Brad Isbell of OBOW: TravelSmith Interview

    Many of you — the readers of this blog — are also readers of One Bag, One World (for those of you who don’t: OBOW is a blog featuring news, reviews, tips and tricks for light travelers.) Our Aeronaut and Western Flyer bags have been reviewed at One Bag, One World, in addition to being widely discussed in the OBOW forums.

    TravelSmith recently interviewed Brad Isbell, founder of OBOW. In the interview, Isbell tells of learning how to travel light and gives advice to fellow travelers. It’s a good interview and will definitely be of interest to those of you who travel light. Click here to read the interview.

    One Bag One World Size Comparison of the TOM BIHN Western Flyer and Aeronaut

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