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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 | Steel Nano Parapack Pouch | Wasabi 3D Organizer Pouch | Various Key Straps

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    Jeff A liked post by Badger On thread : 3 Weeks in the UK with my Packing Cube Shoulder Bag
    I've found that it is possible to fit a WF small cube in the front pocket of the S25, and that cube is sized more or less the same as the PCSB. I do agree with moriond's point that if the cube is...
    Liked On: Yesterday, 12:39 PM
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    Jeff A liked post by snowbot On thread : We're temporarily out of: Steel, Wasabi, and Iberian 200d Dyneema/nylon
    urk! I really want a PCBP in Wasabi, but I don't know whether I need to order one for my Tri-Star and the Western Flyer that may be in my future, or if I should wait to see what might fit in the...
    Liked On: 04-02-2014, 08:13 AM
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    Jeff A liked post by WMW40 On thread : Western Flyer Advantages?
    I'm new to the WF but have taken it on a few trips already. I have the non-backpack version and it can hold, quite easily, 4 days worth of clothes. For a super casual trip, I could squeeze a week...
    Liked On: 03-26-2014, 06:37 AM
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    Jeff A liked post by moriond On thread : Western Flyer Advantages?
    Here's a quote from one of my posts from another thread that gives links for images of the WF rolling luggage back: note that the link is to the Blog images and article.this is one of the...
    Liked On: 03-25-2014, 02:35 PM
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    Jeff A liked post by JLE On thread : Western Flyer Advantages?
    There is a flat vertical pocket there. It fits things like a boarding pass nicely (or a small newspaper folded up - ie not the weekend paper!). And of course you can also use the luggage sleeve...
    Liked On: 03-25-2014, 02:35 PM
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    Jeff A liked post by Badger On thread : Western Flyer Advantages?
    I do indeed have a Steel/UV rolling luggage WF, which I chose because I didn't feel like the size of the bag warranted the weight of the backpack straps when they were stowed. In reply to your...
    Liked On: 03-25-2014, 01:59 PM
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    Jeff A liked post by JLE On thread : Western Flyer Advantages?
    I have a WF (rolling luggage sleeve version) and a TS. I prefer the WF. I find the form factor and profile are more comfortable for me (5'6 woman). It retains a rectilinear shape even when fully...
    Liked On: 03-25-2014, 01:59 PM
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    Jeff A liked post by jlchau On thread : Aeronaut backorders
    Darcy wrote an extensive post about it when the Pilot was introduced. You can view it here...
    Liked On: 03-24-2014, 06:13 PM
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    Jeff A liked post by nukediver On thread : Someone please tell me I need to buy a Tri-Star!
    Thank you for all the excellent advice and encouragement - I just placed my order for a Navy/Iberian Tri-Star! Oh, and some packing cubes. And a backordered Side Effect in Nordic, to go with that...
    Liked On: 03-21-2014, 02:16 PM
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    Jeff A liked post by Tlacltme On thread : Someone please tell me I need to buy a Tri-Star!
    Do. It. Now. Seriously. I'll share my best rationalizations with you: I am the type of person who needs to feel, see, pack, handle the item I'm interested in. I don't always keep the product in...
    Liked On: 03-21-2014, 12:26 PM
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    Jeff A liked post by moriond On thread : Someone please tell me I need to buy a Tri-Star!
    To add to Tlactme's excellent points, especially #3, may I remind you of your Aaaaaarrrgh!! I missed out on the bag I wanted!!...
    Liked On: 03-21-2014, 12:26 PM
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    Jeff A liked post by kkintea On thread : Someone please tell me I need to buy a Tri-Star!
    I will also add to the enabler wagon: I just picked up an used tristar in my favorite color (steel) and it's awesomeness surpassed expectations. I'm planning it's inaugural run for an upcoming trip...
    Liked On: 03-21-2014, 12:26 PM
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    Jeff A liked post by Lara On thread : Biking With Your Cafe Bag
    I have a Small Cafe Bag, and the the 1" Cafe/Ristretto Messenger Stabilizer strap (http://www.tombihn.com/accessories/TB0523.html), and have used this configuration for cycling and light hiking...
    Liked On: 03-18-2014, 10:42 AM
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    Jeff A liked post by jannilee On thread : Tri-Star Packing Questions
    Yes, the Eagle creek pack-it 18 will fit. The most important thing to prevent a bulgy bag is to use packing cubes and to make sure things are folded so they fill the corners of the cube. It also...
    Liked On: 03-18-2014, 10:32 AM
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    Jeff A liked post by tpnl On thread : Tri-Star Packing Questions
    To battle the bulge ... Tightening up the built in interior clothing straps too much will make the Tri-Star bulge. Also, it you do not use all the middle space, the outer compartments will bulge...
    Liked On: 03-18-2014, 10:32 AM
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