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  • Ilkyway
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    The Small Cafe Bag Freudian Slip fits easily into a Pilot. No problem there.

    Ilkyway

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  • Roostertxp
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    Originally posted by maverick View Post
    Off to lunch/dinner and to catch up on forum reading, with Baby Bear inside my Daylight Briefcase. :-)



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    would baby bear fit nicely into the pilot bag for additional organization or is it too big?

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  • backpack
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    That is what the tweet says:

    mainframeshopJust buttoning up a really fun project for @tombihn with more details to follow. #customframing #customframingseattle #tombihn

    You might remember that in August, on the blog there is a post about a jacket Tom made, in 1973, for his brother.

    Button, jacket, you all know how much Darcy like to ramp up the forum activity by her subtle, mysterious and speculation worthy hints....

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  • moriond
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    Originally posted by maverick View Post
    A TOM BIHN - Mainframe collaboration on a bag with a hardwood frame?

    A solution from Mainframe for displaying TOM BIHN art from over the years in the new Factory Showroom?
    My guess is that this is part of the re-design of the factory show room that Darcy posted about: Heads-up! Seattle Factory Showroom Closed For Remodel and that they mentioned in the September 3, 2015 blog post.

    @Ilkyway, I think the Instagram was from Mainframe Shop LLC, and I don't see a problem showing their original image.

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  • Ilkyway
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    moriond: brilliand, I was not sure how to do that and if that was allowed.

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  • moriond
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    Originally posted by Ilkyway View Post
    As far as speculations go: what is this all about? https://instagram.com/p/9FAdt1N_uQ/

    Ilkyway
    I'm inserting the image directly into this post, so people can see the nifty logo:
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  • ceepee
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    Originally posted by Pokilani View Post
    They also mention "buttoning up" something... What does that mean? The only button I've seen on a TB product is in the Swift line.
    A jacket from the new TB outdoor clothing range?

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  • Ilkyway
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    I love that tag too. I so hope it gets used on buyble products. My first thought was Cross Body knitting bag but only because there is a needle and that bag is in my mind and on the forum for so long now...

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  • Pokilani
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    They also mention "buttoning up" something... What does that mean? The only button I've seen on a TB product is in the Swift line.

    ETA: OK, now I get that this was not from Tom Bihn's Instagram. Thanks @maverick for pointing that out. I wonder if they are working on the showroom remodel and this has something to do with the collection of old TB bags @Darcy was talking about.

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  • Pokilani
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    I love the blue tag a lot! The picture looks like something is being stuffed into an ice skate.

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  • maverick
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    Originally posted by Ilkyway View Post
    As far as speculations go: what is this all about? https://instagram.com/p/9FAdt1N_uQ/

    Ilkyway
    A TOM BIHN - Mainframe collaboration on a bag with a hardwood frame?

    A solution from Mainframe for displaying TOM BIHN art from over the years in the new Factory Showroom?
    Last edited by maverick; 10-21-2015, 01:14 PM.

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  • ceepee
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    Originally posted by Ilkyway View Post
    As far as speculations go: what is this all about? https://instagram.com/p/9FAdt1N_uQ/

    Ilkyway
    I thought I must've been the only one that noticed that on Twitter this morning. I've been pondering it all day.
    The drawing above the blue (BLUE!) tag puts me in mind of the kind of drawings you see in fashion design:

    Well, since the last debut day, I've also been wondering why TB would have the material for a pillowcase just ‘knocking around’ the factory. Now it becomes clear, this is obviously the label for the new TB range of outdoor clothing and accessories being developed [emoji3]


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    Last edited by ceepee; 10-21-2015, 01:21 PM.

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  • Ilkyway
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    As far as speculations go: what is this all about? https://instagram.com/p/9FAdt1N_uQ/

    Ilkyway

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  • DRW
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    GREAT--thanks for the suggestions. Never bought anything from Eagle Creek but may look at it.


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  • Badger
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    Originally posted by DRW View Post
    Is there any hope of getting a packing cube or bag of some kind that men's dress ties could be neatly packed in?
    The 3D Organizer Cube can hold three ties if they're rolled. Of course, it's not rigid, so it won't keep the ties from being crushed, so you would want to be strategic about where you put it in your bag. I like to tuck the cube towards the top of my bag; if I'm carrying the Aeronaut, I usually use the end pocket that ends up on top when the bag is in backpack mode.

    Another option is to pack the ties flat between a couple of dress shirts. Honestly, this works better when using something like an Eagle Creek packing folder. You can get two ties in side by side in the 15" model, and three in the 18" version. Personally, I prefer the cube since it keeps the ties all together when I'm at my destination.

    Hope this helps!

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