Celebrating a Veteran

Timbuk2 Marine Patrick Graham

We recently met Patrick Graham during a tour of the Timbuk2 factory. He is a Marine Corps veteran who participated in two tours in Iraq. While we very rarely produce one-off Timbuk2 Messengers from fabrics that are sent to us, we made an exception for Patrick as he stood out as someone who more than [...]

Custom Bags Galore

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Celine and her crew came to San Francisco from Switzerland to start their West Coast road trip. She was excited to order some San Francisco made custom bags, so we held on to them at the factory and showed her and her friends around when she came to pick them up. We think she did [...]

Women Who Ride: Jessica Nguyen

Continuing our Ride Like You Want To series on how to ride in style, Women Who Ride is a new series of posts featuring real women who ride and how they make it work. We hope to inspire and teach more women to ride like they want to. Meet Jess Nguyen. Statistician for the Fed [...]

New York City Showstoppers

Not quite as thrilling as spotting a Yetti but strangely fun to discover, Timbuk2 bags appear in urban landscapes all over the world. Our good friend Elia recently started sharing her images of Timbuk2 caught in the wild on this blog. I think her NYC Showstoppers post inspired another longtime Timbuk2 fan who recently sent [...]

11th Street Showstopper

I see Chris riding up Polk Street in San Francisco all the time. We ride identical routes to work every day less a few blocks at the beginning and end. So after following him for miles and miles, I introduced myself and assured him I was not a stalker. I probably creeped him out but [...]

Support Japan

This week we’re donating $10 to the Red Cross in Japan for every custom bag sold. Spread the word!