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Kasey Austin surveys the Grand Canyon with her trusty Sky Train

In Search of the Perfect Bag – A Professional Travel Guide’s Choice

World Class Adventure Travel Tour Company Pairs up with World Class Luggage Company. One wouldn’t think a town in Montana would have a world-renowned travel tour booking agency. Austin Adventures has garnered accolades and respect from all over the globe. Featured in National Geographic Traveler magazine’s 50 Tours of a Lifetime, the company grew up
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Red Oxx Three Kings of Carry-on: Tres Hombres vs Air Boss vs Sky Train

Three Kings of Carry-on – Which Bag for You?

Comparing the Air Boss, Sky Train and Tres Hombres – a Fan’s Perspective. Red Oxx fan Steve Olson presented us with this outstanding carry-on bag review, an article he originally wrote for his co-workers who had asked about his choice of travel bags. We were blown away by the brilliant uses Steve has come up
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Sky Train travels to China

Sky Train Scales the Great Wall of China

HANDS FREE TRAVEL LEADS TO MANY DISCOVERIES Carry-on bags can sometimes be a poor fit for international flights. Not so for the Sky Train. Glenn Albright had no problems when he traveled to Red China with his jam-packed Sky Train Convertible Carry-on Backpack Bag. Clearly, hands-free travel using a bag that doubles as a carry-on
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Sunset in Copenhagen

Nordic City Hopping with the Sky Train

A SURPRISE NEW WORKING USE FOR A RECREATIONAL SKY TRAIN? Christopher Papastefanou snapped some lovely images during his work travels between Denmark and Sweden. He also discovered that the Sky Train is an even more versatile bag than even we figured. Something more than just a leisure travel bag. Check out his Adventure Journal where
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The Deans new family.

Big Oxx Helps Deliver for The Mighty River Project in Uganda

RECOGNIZING AND REWARDING HUMANITARIAN AID IN UGANDA We were impressed by the humane work being done by The Mighty River Project in Uganda. The project is an non-profit humanitarian initiative in Uganda that provides local jobs for vulnerable women, offers an on-site childcare program, and promotes orphan care. Jamie Dean wrote to us about his
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Kat's carry-on luggage sadly stayed behind.

Confessions of a Self-Proclaimed Over-packer

Packing for a Visit to the Holy Land and Places in Between. Former Red Oxx Public Relations intern Kat Healy learned the hard way why traveling with wheeled luggage perhaps isn’t the best idea. She shares with us her experience in packing clothes for a month-long adventure — what to take and what to leave
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Commerce makes the world go round

Global Responsibility: Knotting Business & Humanity

Guatemala Fair Trade 2011 Update Finding something to focus on may be all it takes to have a sense of Global Responsibility. For Red Oxx it’s been about intertwining commercial and humanistic beliefs. Understanding or recognizing the opportunity for participating in Global Responsibility means asking why? This basic question is the foundation for our LEAN
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Rock Hopper Hops Around The World

Rock Hopper Hops Around the World

When You Travel Light, Even a Day-pack is Enough This young man proved mission worthy during his 3 month long volunteer trip to the pacific rim. He carried with him during his walks around Oceania his trusty Rock Hopper and carried on his Sky Train. Proving traveling light is the best way to make friends
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Sky Train Climbs 13,000 Feet Atop Mount Fuji

Sky Train Conquers Mount Fuji

Not Just for Carry-on Anymore. When we hear from members of our Armed Forces we know they’ll identify with our philosophy of overbuilding our gear. Even more, they appreciate supporting travel gear made in the USA. It’s what they are fighting for. So when a story comes in that our popular Sky Train Carry-on Bag
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What not to do in Taiwan Restrooms.

Sky Train Packs like a Mule in Taiwan

Good Design, Wrong Use, and How to Set Things Right. Sarah Kissel took her beloved Sky Train to visit her family in Taiwan and discovered there are a few kinds of trips perhaps a backpack style carry on bag might not be suitable for. This was one of those trips. Being experienced travelers, we offer
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