The Padded Pouch for Magic Mouse will help protect your Apple Magic Mouse against bumps and drops. An interior of super-soft brushed tricot cradles your Magic Mouse and protects it against scratches; the #5 YKK coil zipper has a plastic slider instead of a metal one so your mouse doesn’t scratch on its way in or its way out.
The Padded Pouch for Magic Mouse is simply our Padded Organizer Pouch in size Mini, renamed to let Magic Mouse users discover it for this use — the Mini Padded Organizer Pouch turns out to be a perfect fit for Magic Mouse.
$9. Ships within one business day.
We make Organizer Pouches in Clear, Cordura, Padded, Cork, and Dyneema, so when gmanedit and others from the TOM BIHN Forums suggested that we make 1050d ballistic nylon Organizer Pouches, it made total sense. Ballistic Nylon Organizer Pouches are now available for pre-order and ship by mid-July. Choose from Mini (Cardinal), Small (Navy), Medium (Forest), and Pen/Pencil (Steel). In addition to adding extra organization to any bag, Ballistic Organizer Pouches are a great way to see small samples of our new Navy, Forest, and Cardinal 1050d ballistic nylon fabrics.
You asked, we listened, and it’s here: Tom has designed a size of Cache specifically to fit the Apple Wireless Keyboard. The Cache for Apple Wireless Keyboard is tapered to follow the wedge shape of the keyboard and provides a snug, secure fit for the keyboard. Its 1/4″ (6mm) thick foam padding, with an exterior of Black 4-ply Taslan, is lined with super-soft brushed tricot to cradle your keyboard. No noisy Velcro® or zipper; the Cache closes by simply tucking a generous flap into the top opening.
$30. Available for pre-order now; ships by mid-July.
Fits nicely inside of our Ristretto for iPad.
“In the summer of 1973, I hiked the West Coast Trail on the coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia. I carried a backpack I had made for the trip — it was forest green, and I always thought it was the most perfect shade of green. That particular color will, in my mind, always be linked to that adventure, and is the inspiration for our new Forest Green 1050d ballistic nylon. Maybe our Aeronaut or Tri-Star in Forest Green will be a part of your next adventure.”
Available for pre-order in Forest:
Aeronaut in Forest/Steel or Forest/Ultraviolet
Tri-Star in Forest/Steel or Forest/Ultraviolet
ID in Black/Forest/Cayenne
Empire Builder Black/Forest/Steel
Super Ego in Black/Forest/Cayenne
Co-Pilot in Forest/Steel
This is the red of my dreams; the red I’ve quested after for years. It’s a deep red, rich and dark. A hint of black, and perhaps a bit of blue, distinguish our previous Crimson 1050d ballistic nylon from our new Cardinal 1050d ballistic nylon. Working with the dye works to create this color was no simple feat, and we rejected countless iterations of the new red before finally approving Cardinal two months ago.
After choosing our new color, we had several brainstorming sessions to come up with its name. Many would call it “Cherry” or “Stanford Red”. I thought it’d be funny to call it “Bolshevik Red” but more reasoned voices prevailed. Someone (we can’t remember who) suggested Cardinal, which is defined as a deep, vivid red. Perfect. And it’s the name of a train. Even better. (Our Empire Builder and Zephyr briefcases are also named after trains.)
In the process of choosing Cardinal, which is our fifth color of 1050d U.S. ballistic nylon, we came up with a sixth color that everyone agreed we couldn’t leave behind. We’ll be unveiling 1050d Ballistic Nylon Color #6 next Tuesday. Stay tuned!
Our previous red – Crimson – is on the left. Cardinal is on the right.
The Tri-Star in Cardinal/Steel.
Handles of the Cardinal Tri-Star cut and ready to sew.
The Kit in Cardinal, with a Vulcana Hemp/Recycled Rubber background.
A roll of the Cardinal 1050d ballistic nylon in the factory.
A close-up of the ballistic nylon yarns.