Your options when you lose your own place: Extended-stay motel. Move in with parents. Overpass or, if you're particularly low, underpass. Or just couch-crash with friends. Doing just that, R.E.Load, at Fabric Horse.
When R.E.Load closed up their NoLibs storefront, the bagmaker was left with a dearth of places to display their high-caliber carryalls for messengers, DJs, and backpackers -- until buddies Fabric Horse opened a shop of their own, providing shelf space for a rotating selection of pre-fab Load gear, plus expertise in Load's custom bag-making process. Pre-fabs range from standards like the Softpack in gray and black (w/ red Velcro), a tan and black Minipack, and the Civilian in rust and denim; to one-of-a-kinds like the oversized red/white/gray/black DJ Premier and the Deluxe in neon green/teal/royal blue/black, sporting a Santa Cruz Skateboards screaming hand appliqué (why the scream, hand? I'm just trying to talk to you). As for custom work, Fabric Horse's Carrie Collins -- who spent six years as R.E.Load's production manager, when not behind center for the Titans -- can walk customers through the oft confusing process, explaining differences among models (Pedestrian, Midpack, Courier...), available colorways (trim, liner, flap, thread), and add-ons (ballistic nylon base, internal dividers, base compression straps, reflective tails -- so people won't think that shadowy mass is a dumpster).
Complementing the R.E.Load stock, FH also carries their own line of Cordura, nylon, and canvas utility belts designed to secure any U-lock model (belt slip-on U-lock holsters are also available), as well as cells, wallets, and any loose change you managed to find while digging through your temporary home.