TM1985 Stories May 30, 2015


Update (6/6 11:30am): @andrewcurryla is our winner – thank you to everyone that entered our contest!

In case you forgot, Father’s Day is coming up quickly. With about three weeks to go, it is time to start seriously figuring out what you are going to get Pops this year. In hopes that you’ll skip the Amazon gift card for 2015, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite gear and toys that Dad is sure to love, plus a pretty nice giveaway too.

We’ve already told you the story of TM1985 – atm1985-logo-9to5toys company from Brooklyn that puts out meticulously crafted backpacks, travel and home goods. If Dad is into quality products that also have an exceptional story, then go no further than TM1985’s offerings this year. Our favorite product from Tielor McBride’s line is the Roll Top Back Pack.

Head below for more information, including our top picks for Father’s Day and how you can receive 25% off all TM1985 products or win a Roll Top Back Pack for yourself.

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TM1985 Stories March 28, 2015


Update (4/4 11:45am): @iamcoxnow is our winner, thank you to everyone that entered this week’s giveaway!

Since we last visited with TM1985, the New York-based bag and accessory maker has continued to expand its line of products. This week, we’ll be taking a look at the Weekend Duffel, a new travel solution from TM1985 that aims to put a little more style in your luggage game. expand full story

TM1985 Stories November 15, 2014


Small States features small companies that design and manufacture within the United States. 

It doesn’t get much more American than this story – where else would a great-great-Grandson of a Danish immigrant horse tack and bootmaker get a job at Ralph Lauren, work his way up the corporate ladder and then quit to start his own business? America of course.

Where else would a young designer become so successful that he found himself no longer creating, but rather overseeing a department and working with numbers and spreadsheets instead? Missing that feeling of designing something so much, that he had to sneak into the basement of the Ralph Lauren mansion to create his own prototypes after hours.

Where else does this happen? It truly is a Made in America story.

Let me introduce you to Tielor McBride and TM1985.

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