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Thread: Tom Bihn Garment Sleeve - Mid 2010?

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    Just a quick follow-up on this thread. I was wondering if anyone knows if there is still a Tom Bihn garment sleeve in the works. Has the notion of a sleeve advanced, or has it been shelved? Any news?

    If Mr. Bihn has decided not to enter the garment sleeve fray, would it be permissible for people to post links to their favorite third-party garment sleeves?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MtnMan View Post
    Just a quick follow-up on this thread. I was wondering if anyone knows if there is still a Tom Bihn garment sleeve in the works. Has the notion of a sleeve advanced, or has it been shelved? Any news?
    It's still a possibility, though I don't have any recent news, but go ahead and post links to other garment sleeves.
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    Update: Maverick's 2010 video "Packing a Suit in an Aeronaut", mentioned upthread, has apparently been moved. The new video location is linked in this message.

    The link that is posted upthread has apparently expired. I no longer has the ability to edit that message. Can the mod do something with it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darcy View Post
    It's still a possibility, though I don't have any recent news, but go ahead and post links to other garment sleeves.
    Here's the current garmet bag that I carry - would love to see Tom Bihn do something similar (not a sleeve, but an actual bag) made in dyneema and has all the favorite organization that I love about TB. I sometimes travel, with only this garmet bag and it would be great if they could figure out how to make a computer fit in it too.

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    ^ @Lync: Is this garment bag FAA Carry-on ready?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MtnMan View Post
    ^ @Lync: Is this garment bag FAA Carry-on ready?
    I'm not Lync, but the Briggs & Riley Baseline tri-fold garment bag is listed as 14"x22"x8.5", which should be fine as a carry-on for all major US airlines, except possibly on a small regional jet. I have a similarly-sized Patagonia "Burrito" that works great. The Briggs and Riley looks a little more rigid in structure, but I'll bet it's got more give than a roller.

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