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TB branded Garment Folders …?!?

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    I bought some before I used Tom Bihn luggage.

    After discovering Tom Bihn luggage, I got Packing Cube Backpacks for the Aeronaut and Western Flyer and a Packing Cube Shoulder Bag, later, I added a Daylight Backpack. https://www.tombihn.com/collections/...nt=18124789575

    I love that they are all fabric and I am really pleased to have 4 extra bags to use on the trip​, which are re-purposed as Packing Cubes when it is time to pack.​​​​​​

    Now, Tom makes Packing Cubes, which have mesh and are made of Aether and can pretty much be used like the garment folders you mention.
    https://www.tombihn.com/collections/accessories?page=1





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    TB branded Garment Folders …?!?

    After taking my first trip with my Aeronaut 30 (I just added a quick first-impressions post to an earlier topic), I thought of one thing that woulda been cool to have had, tho I don't know if it's ever been considered or brought up before:

    Tom Bihn official Garment Folders, sized correctly for all the popular travel bags! You know, the thin plastic sheet you use as a guide to fold a few button-down or other nicer shirts around, then the square of piece light (Halcyon maybe?) fabric with four flaps you wrap around the shirts to keep them flat and unwrinkled. A bit of velcro to hold the flaps closed however many shirts are packed inside. I have one but it wouldn't fit in the A30 or even the A45, I think -- unless maybe if you open up one or both of the side compartments. It would be interesting to see how a 12" square guide would work in folding clothes, but it'd be awesome to pack a few shirts that way in the bottom of the Aeronaut, maybe strap the whole bundle down there just to be safe.

    Anyway, just a thought! Curious what Darcy or any of the rest of the crew or regulars here think.
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