Steel-Ultraviolet Western Flyer (rolling-luggage-version) | Black Cordura-Wasabi Synapse 25 | Black Dyneema-Wasabi Side Effect | Aubergine-Wasabi Co-Pilot | Navy-Iberian Co-Pilot | Iberian Travel Tray | Nordic Large Shop Bag | Ultraviolet Travel Stuff Sack Size #2 | Ultraviolet Small Clear Organizer Pouch | Kiwi Q-Kit | Steel Nano Parapack Pouch | Wasabi 3D Organizer Pouch
I'm okay with loud - a fan of it, actually. The draw to wasabi is that a) I have a yarn stuff sack of wasabi already and b) I *adore* that shade of green. But now I'm considering just getting a bunch of different colors for my accessory pouches so it's just a flood of color. I also have a steel yarn stuff sack, so it would continue the variety. And I am tempted by not having to wait for wasabi to come back in and the ability to see the contents of the bag with such a bright color. Excitement!
Anyone notice? Now more colors available in TLSS
True! The is wasabi and Iberian available for TLSS for the A45!
So much to catch up!
Own: Aeronaut 45 (Navy/Iberian), Aeronaut 30 (Steel/Ultraviolet), Night Flight (Coyote/Steel), Guide's Pack (Steel), Synapse 19 (Olive/Steel), Daylight (Navy), Aeronaut Packing Cube Backpack (Wasabi), Founder's Briefcase (Black), Pilot (Steel 400d/Steel), Co-Pilot (Black/Iberian), Side Effect (Black/Ultraviolet), Travel Tray (Iberian), various cubes, pouches, sacks, and straps
well, $45 seems like a lot to me for a stuff sack.
Inigo Montoya: You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.
Does anyone know if they are going to make the Ego in more colors? I should say with any color. I need a bag that will get me through graduate school and I think this is it. But the black/black/steel well... I think I'm already around enough stuffy people. I need a little color! School starts Sept. 1st-- need it before then.
Last edited by adalangdon; 08-17-2014 at 08:02 AM.
The Travel Laundry Stuff Sack is twice the capacity of a Travel Stuff Sack so it needs twice the fabric, the elaborate expandable bottom most probably needs twice the workmanship, hence twice the price of the biggest Travel Stuff Sack.
Spreading the cost over a whole year is 0.123287671, 12 cents a day, which is needed to contribute to salaries and benefits offered to the Tom Bihn Crew.
As fas as durability is concerned, my first Yarn Stuff Sack came with my first Swift which I got in 2006 or 2007.
Still in use and not distinguishable in outward appearance from the other Steel Yarn Stuff Sacks.
Tom designed many yarn guides before settling for the present one, and I use these various designs to give Yarn Stuff Sacks many non yarn holding duties.
Last edited by backpack; 08-17-2014 at 08:59 AM.
I dont mind saving longer for something thats made to last..and something that is finally not made in China. Qualtity is too hard to find these days.
This is a great idea for a thread, and I'm thinking it should actually be something we ourselves, 'cause we have that information right at our fingertips. Would it be cool with you guys if we started a new thread for this purpose (posting when things are back in stock/newly added to the website) and closed this one?
Current Carry: Skookum Dog Citizen Canine prototype, Founder's Briefcase (every day carry), Small Cafe Bag (every day carry), Shop Bags (groceries, extra random stuff), Aeronaut 45 (travel), Synapse 19 (day hikes), Smart Alec (longer day hikes), Skookum Dog Road Duffel (Medium) (travel), Clear Organizer Wallet, Travel Stuff Sacks, Organizer Cubes