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  1. 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
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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!
  6. How much does your fully packed TB bag weigh?

    I've seen a lot of TB bag videos and I know you can pack a ton of stuff into them. Just curious, how heavy is too heavy? I think I read somewhere that a backpack shouldn't be more than 10% of your...
  7. I definitely look to save weight whenever I take...

    I definitely look to save weight whenever I take a trip but cutting off the backpack straps sounds a little extreme. Tom Bihn bags are very well made and pretty expensive, any weight savings would...
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    Good idea, I love the Absolute Strap but it...

    Good idea, I love the Absolute Strap but it weighs a lot and I found that I kept putting it on and taking it off of my Tri-star several tines during my walks through airport terminals. Better to pack...
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    Thanks jmoz, I appreciate it. Yeah, it's pretty...

    Thanks jmoz, I appreciate it. Yeah, it's pretty hot in Thailand in December so most of my clothing will be shorts and t-shirt (synthetic fibers) which helps a lot with weight. I 100% agree with you,...
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    Nice packing job atarango1, smart to pack so...

    Nice packing job atarango1, smart to pack so light especially for a short trip. I've had my Tri-star for almost a year and used it on two trips to Thailand and over packed both times, around 14 or...
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    Hey Badger, thanks so much this is extremely...

    Hey Badger, thanks so much this is extremely helpful. The pics are great and definitely gives me a better idea about what you were talking about in your previous posts. LOL, you use the same brand of...
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    You're definitely right about packing as flat as...

    You're definitely right about packing as flat as possible, I really hate bulge, especially in a TS. I also don't think you're being silly about the pens, every ounce counts. Thanks!!
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    Hey Badger, Thanks for the quick reply!! ...

    Hey Badger,

    Thanks for the quick reply!!

    1. That's not a bad idea, save some weight w/o the other packing cube. I could probably fit all of my clothing into one PCBP but I would be concerned...
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    Hey Badger, I think you're right about that,...

    Hey Badger,

    I think you're right about that, the Dyneema TS is very durable but hefty plus I have the small, medium, large packing cube, the packing cube back pack. medium stuff sack, travel tray...
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    Hi al85, I have the same issue, I don't...

    Hi al85,

    I have the same issue, I don't travel as much as I would like to either, I'm still learning how to only pack what I need. I think I really need to get aggressive in terms of what I...
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    Hey AvService, I appreciate the advice, not a...

    Hey AvService,

    I appreciate the advice, not a bad combo. I'll have to think about either the Synapse or CP. I have the packing cube too but I use it in the TS, maybe I'll use it for over-flow.
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    Hey Moose, Thank you for your post as well. ...

    Hey Moose,

    Thank you for your post as well. In hindsight I might have even been able to do a S25 and a Pilot or Co-pilot, weight is a big concern for me. Like I said I'm in good shape but 15...
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    Hey Badger, Thanks for the quick response, I...

    Hey Badger,

    Thanks for the quick response, I appreciate it. I definitely agree about your points about the Co-pilot, especially #3, it really hit the nail on the head for me. I'm also thinking...
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    Tristar and one bag travel:

    Hi TB Tristar owners,

    I have a question for all the Tristar owners on the board. I own a grey 1050 Dyneema Tristar which I've taken on 2 trips to Thailand, they really performed well and I'm...
  20. Hey guys, thanks for your responses I appreciate...

    Hey guys, thanks for your responses I appreciate it.
  21. Packing Cube question: Tri-Star vs. Western Flyer

    Hey guys, I have a quick question regarding the packing cubes for the Tri-Star and Western Flyer. I could have sworn that TB only had one set of cubes for the Aeronaut and another one for the...
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    Haha, I guess one-bag travel is a myth. I...

    Haha, I guess one-bag travel is a myth. I appreciate you telling the truth, I have the same issues too. It's easy to second guess your packing skills after your trip, I always try to improve but old...
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    Hey Tizi, I was debating on either the Co-Pilot...

    Hey Tizi, I was debating on either the Co-Pilot or the Pilot. The price difference is so small, I don't want to end up getting the wrong one. I already know that the Co-Pilot fits under a plane...
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    Huh, that's not a bad idea either with the PCSB. ...

    Huh, that's not a bad idea either with the PCSB. I guess everyone has different ways to deal with in-flight access to necessities.
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    Hi moriond, I was looking at the 400d Dyneema...

    Hi moriond, I was looking at the 400d Dyneema version of the Pilot and Co-Pilot, I think the weight savings would definitely be worth it. I love the Tri-Star too, although sometimes I wish ordered...
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