Your gadgets and gear aren’t worth a damn if you can’t bring it all along on your many and varied adventures. Whether you trot the globe, grind through a daily commute, or are couch-surfing for “just a while” after your girlfriend said she needed space in the apartment you co-own, there’s a bag here. Dig in, boys.
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A simple satchel for light loads, the modern messenger is usually designed to house and protect a laptop, and features many-a-pocket for charging cables, notebooks, pens and the occasional book. Of course, it was originally meant to carry physical messages, which you’re still more than welcome to do if you're into the whole Pony Express thing. Continue Reading
This all-leather briefcase/satchel comes with a removable laptop sleeve, which is helpful because you’ll need to make room inside the main compartment for all the cash that you save after stealing buying such a killer bag at such a bizarrely low price.
Carry stuff in style — cotton-lined, genuine leather style. The brown outer features a burnished patina and copper-finish hardware, while a padded laptop sleeve and multiple inner pockets protect and organize your gear.
If you’re the type of person that submits bags to considerable wear and tear, like some sort of urban spelunker, you're in luck; J. Campbell’s double strap messenger can take some roughing, all while its interior zip pockets and buckle straps keep your gear secure.
If you’re ever concerned about how much to pack for a trip, default to the duffel bag, or “weekender,” as the jet set calls ‘em. You likely need little else than can fit inside one of these bags for any trip that lasts only a few days, and you’re guaranteed to look stylish as all hell while transporting the whole shebang. Especially so with this lot, what with their unique and refined designs, high-quality materials, and sexy colorways.
Sporting a retro green stripe and leather accents, this is an obvious choice for hitting the pool, beach, Cuba, or any sub-tropical environment. Forgo business with this one — it's strictly pleasure.
Just because your fanny pack hails from '92 doesn't make it a classic. This Of All Threads holdall on the other hand comes correct, decked out in navy and brown, and brought to perfection by its durable polyester lining; this carrier is sure to have some longevity in your luggage pile.
We like our black-ops weekend getaways just as much as the next guy, so long as that next guy is sporting this stealthy duffel. Monochromatic waxed cotton and leather will wear extremely well and look utterly badass slung over your shoulder.
Ah, the virtues of a completely hands-free bag. Two shoulder straps make it easier to sprint, to dodge assailants and to dispatch enemies in hand-to-hand combat. (Not to mention play the drums or change a diaper.) They’ll carry a moderate amount of kit more efficiently than other types of bags, largely due to their strategically compartmentalized pockets. Styles vary widely from tactical and urban to more traditional and rugged, so there’s a pick here for every setting.
This cream rucksack is perfect for sailing. It's embellished with faux-leather accents and comes with a big pocket up front for stashing your boat shoes and eye patches.
This bag is equipped with an abundance of pockets, all sealed with YKK #5 zippers, as well as daisy chain loops on the front that allow for prodigious gear carrying — perfect for your commute through city streets, or for the next time you’re chased by a bear in the wilderness.