Tom Bihn 3D Mesh Organizer Cube

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The 3D Mesh Organizer Cube is a one-compartment organizer cube with mesh front and back panels that offer breathability and a moderate level of visibility of the contents of the Cube.

We give you the option of adding a Shoulder Strap to the 3D Mesh Organizer Cube, allowing you to hang the Cube from a towel rack or doorknob or wear it over your shoulder. The shoulder strap is the same strap included with our Side Effect bag: 5/8″ nylon webbing, adjustable, with plastic snaphooks (no pad).

A band of either 1000 denier Cordura® nylon, 200 Dyneema®/nylon, or 420d HT nylon Classic Parapack (depending on the color/fabric you choose) wraps around the top, sides, and bottom. A #5 YKK® coil zipper with two plastic sliders zips the 3D Mesh Organizer Cube. Two O-rings, on the left and right exterior sides of the Cube, allow you to clip a Key Strap to the Cube and attach it to the O-rings inside your larger TOM BIHN travel bag, messenger bag, briefcase, laptop bag, knitting bag, or backpack.

The front and back panels are made of heavy-duty nylon mesh.


Heavy-duty nylon mesh front and back
1000 denier Cordura® top/sides/bottom
#5 YKK coil zipper with plastic slider


Made in USA 
100% finished seams


Dimensions: 7″ x 4.3″ x 2″ / 180 x 110 x 50 mm
1000d Cordura®: 2.5 oz / 70 grams
400d Dyneema®/420d nylon ripstop: 2 oz / 60 grams
420d HT nylon Classic Parapack: 2.3 oz / 65 grams
Volume: 60 cubic inches / 1 quart / 1 liter (ASTM Standard Measure)



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