Oregon or Bust
 
Travel is one of life’s great pleasures.  Whether by land, sea, air or rail, the feeling of packing up the essentials and taking off for a short stretch (or long if we’re lucky) is one we indulge in whenever possible.  For us, the essentials are pretty straight forward: a bag with ample attire, a passport, cash, and a notebook and camera to document the experience.  We travel light whenever we get the bug.  To make the journey a more comfortable one, we’ve designed a travel wallet and camera strap to carry these neccessities. 

We looked at the various items in our pockets while traveling and thought it made sense to keep it in one tidy Horween-wrapped package.  Our Travel Wallet is designed to hold: (one) passport good for your chosen port of entry, (one) Tanner Goods notebook for jotting down various items of inspiration, (two) tickets, depart and return, and some cash, both foreign and domestic.
 
The camera strap takes inspiration from one that held my grandfather’s Nikon for a few decades.  With just enough adjustability and heavy waxed cotton cord attaching it to the camera body (metal is not welcome here), this piece is a reliable workhorse dressed up in rich Horween leather. 
While we’re on the subject of travel, come Thursday a good number of us will be packing our bags and jumping time zones to participate in this year’s Pop-up Flea.  We have the maximum amount of goods eight checked bags will allow, and are looking forward to closing the production floor for a few days and shaking hands with our east coast patrons.  We’ll be manning the TG booth on the first mezzanine Friday, Saturday and Sunday, so swing by and see what goods we’ve brought with us.    
 

Tanner Goods Flagship Store Open Daily 11am - 7 pm 1308 W. Burnside Portland, Ore. 97209 503.222.2774 tannergoods.com 
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    Travel is one of life’s great pleasures.  Whether by land, sea, air or rail, the feeling of packing up the essentials and taking off for a short stretch (or long if we’re lucky) is one we indulge in whenever possible.  For us, the essentials are pretty straight forward: a bag with ample attire, a passport, cash, and a notebook and camera to document the experience.  We travel light whenever we get the bug.  To make the journey a more comfortable one, we’ve designed a travel wallet and camera strap to carry these neccessities. 

    We looked at the various items in our pockets while traveling and thought it made sense to keep it in one tidy Horween-wrapped package.  Our Travel Wallet is designed to hold: (one) passport good for your chosen port of entry, (one) Tanner Goods notebook for jotting down various items of inspiration, (two) tickets, depart and return, and some cash, both foreign and domestic.

     

    The camera strap takes inspiration from one that held my grandfather’s Nikon for a few decades.  With just enough adjustability and heavy waxed cotton cord attaching it to the camera body (metal is not welcome here), this piece is a reliable workhorse dressed up in rich Horween leather. 

    While we’re on the subject of travel, come Thursday a good number of us will be packing our bags and jumping time zones to participate in this year’s Pop-up Flea.  We have the maximum amount of goods eight checked bags will allow, and are looking forward to closing the production floor for a few days and shaking hands with our east coast patrons.  We’ll be manning the TG booth on the first mezzanine Friday, Saturday and Sunday, so swing by and see what goods we’ve brought with us.    

     

    Tanner Goods Flagship Store
    Open Daily 11am - 7 pm
    1308 W. Burnside Portland, Ore. 97209
    503.222.2774
    tannergoods.com 

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