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    Hi @Pokilani, just curious what kind of traveling...

    Hi @Pokilani, just curious what kind of traveling do you do? I fly Air China often and their carry-on limit for international coach passengers is 5kg which is roughly 11 pounds. The one thing I...
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    Hey @adalangdon, I'm glad I'm not only here. 10,...

    Hey @adalangdon, I'm glad I'm not only here. 10, 11, 12...pounds feels very different after a long haul international flight. I get the one bag travel philosophy but I'm not breaking my back...
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    Hi bchaplin, Thanks for the feedback, I...

    Hi bchaplin,

    Thanks for the feedback, I definitely agree with you. What I do like about TB bags is that they don't attract the attention of boarding crews and can be squeezed into spaces that...
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    Hey Jaraxte, I definitely appreciate the...

    Hey Jaraxte,

    I definitely appreciate the support, I tried to one bag it with the Tri-Star but after such a long flight I just don't want to carry any weight at all.
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    Broke down and got a wheeled Tumi bag:

    Hello all, I ashamed to say that I finally broke down and got a wheeled Tumi duffel bag. I love my Steel Tri-Star but after a few international trips to Thailand and across the US, I just couldn't...
  6. I definitely agree with everyone's posts...

    I definitely agree with everyone's posts regarding the new Macbook. Surely they could have modified the MagSafe, make it thinner to save space. I think people really liked the MagSafe connection,...
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    I think the Tristar could definitely replace your...

    I think the Tristar could definitely replace your Air Boss, you can use the center compartment for your laptop and pack clothing and shoes in the two outer compartments. Also, I'm not sure if you can...
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    No problem adalangdon, glad I could help. I love...

    No problem adalangdon, glad I could help. I love my Tristar but it does have a tendency to bulge if it isn't packed well. I only wish I had found the ranger rolling videos earlier.
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    Glad to hear that Badger, before the Youtube...

    Glad to hear that Badger, before the Youtube clips I never heard of ranger rolling. Seems like I can fit a lot more things (t-shirts, socks, underwear, shorts, etc.) into my packing cubes without...
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    No problem timothy, I saw the same videos. I...

    No problem timothy, I saw the same videos. I knew about rolling but this seemed to be the best way of doing it.
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    Ranger rolling!!!

    I just discovered ranger rolling and I definitely plan on using it for my next trip. Huge space saver!! From left to right: regular navy t-shirt, Ex-Officio t-shirt, 3 pairs Ex-Officio boxer...
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    Hey nonstop, I believe the Western Flyer used to...

    Hey nonstop, I believe the Western Flyer used to have a version without backpack straps that included a pass through for roller bags. Unfortunately, that version of the Western Flyer has been...
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    Hey nonstop, I don't own a Pilot but from what...

    Hey nonstop, I don't own a Pilot but from what I've seen it looks like the perfect under the seat bag. Especially for storing a tablet, headphones, keys etc. Comparing a Pilot to the Patagonia 26L...
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    Yup, voted for the A30 twice!! It's the clear...

    Yup, voted for the A30 twice!! It's the clear choice, all the other bags really pale in comparison. One of bags looks like a garbage bag, kind of sad.
  15. I feel your pain zmanlane, I still regret not...

    I feel your pain zmanlane, I still regret not getting the Tri-Star in Steel Dyneema when it was available. :-( Hopefully the TB folks bring both the Steel and Solar dyneema back in 2015....
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    Thanks for the responses, I didn't realize that...

    Thanks for the responses, I didn't realize that there was so much consolidation. I guess I'm used to the old format, thanks again!
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    Missing content in Forum:

    Hey guys, does the forum look different to anyone? There are a lot of forum sections missing.
  18. Packing Cube Shoulder Bag & One-bag travel:

    I took my Packing Cube Shoulder Bag (PCSB) along with my trusty Tri-Star on my 4th trip to Thailand it helped me achieve true one-bag travel. It is meticulously made, like all TB products and was...
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    Great pictures, though I wish they would bring back Steel Dyneema. :-(
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    I hear you CodeHead, I have a Steel 1050 denier...

    I hear you CodeHead, I have a Steel 1050 denier Tri-Star and I've taken 3 international trips with it. I go to Thailand so most of the stuff I pack is for hot weather, definitely helps with light...
  21. Yikes, 30 pounds, I don't think I would make it...

    Yikes, 30 pounds, I don't think I would make it 10 feet with that load. You must be really strong. Have you looked into the TB 1" Waist Strap: 1" Waist Strap - Waist Strap for TOM BIHN bags - TOM BIHN
  22. Hey Wendy, I think my Tristar weighed about the...

    Hey Wendy, I think my Tristar weighed about the same during my last trip, quite brutal on my back and neck. I can save almost 2 pounds by wearing my jeans on the plane rather than packing them.
  23. Really? I prefer the backpack straps, especially...

    Really? I prefer the backpack straps, especially for large international airport terminals. I guess everyone is different in terms of preferences. Appreciate the response.
  24. Yes, I definitely agree with you. I like to walk...

    Yes, I definitely agree with you. I like to walk around during layovers also and having a heavy Tristar makes it a lot tougher to do so.
  25. Thanks itsablur, I appreciate your response. I...

    Thanks itsablur, I appreciate your response. I guess I'm on the right track. I'm struggling to cut the weight on my bag. Thanks!
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