Australian custom cycle garage, Deus, continues to turn out products as stylishy understated as the bikes they build. This canvas & leather courier-style bag can be thrown over your back for a Sunday backroad cruise, then fit right in at the office on Monday.
If you depend on various wireless devices, then you obviously have a lot of wires, cords, cables, chargers, etc., to deal with. Well, get it under control. Strap this crap down properly with the Grid It Organizer from Cocoon. A grid of elastic straps holds all the stuff – normally floating in the bottom of your bag – neatly accessible in a soft-sided case. Various sizes & colors are available to tame your tangled junk show.
It looks like it’s from the age of steamships and railroads, but style will never go out of style. With no breakable parts like zippers or snaps, this beautifully handcrafted suitcase is made to last forever. Maybe that’s why it comes with a 100-year warranty. Made of fully waterproof, full-grain boot leather and built bombproof with classic lines, hardware & finish – Saddleback Leather Co. comes correct with this case, available in three sizes.
Scandinavia is clean. We’re not just talking about their drinking water & air quality. Think of Swedish style: furniture, fashions, design. There is something brilliant about simplicity of form – like the Kånken backpack from Swedish outdoor brand, Fjällräven. Introduced in 1977, the pack retains its simple, vintage style, but now features a hidden padded laptop sleeve.
NYC’s Quality Mending Co. specializes in retro-vintage props and clothing. That’s why this duffle bag looks so rugged & classic. Heavy cotton canvas with leather trim and Talon zippers makes this sturdy, old school carryall perfect for the gym or a daytrip back to 1975.
Not to be used a flotation device – but this bombproof dry bag will hold all of your lifesaving toiletries. Made of durable & water resistant tarpaulin, Jack Spade’s Dry Dopp Kit is about as manly a bag as you can find to hold your moisturizer, cologne & dental floss. Zip closure and clip down sides.
If you really want airport security to give you the body cavity search, but don’t know how to ask – we’ve got the answer. Try these sweet suitcase stickers from TheCheeky.com. They come in a colorful variety of very sticky styles, like smuggled cocaine, cash & even a bound and gagged hostage.
You’ll never forgive yourself if you don’t bring the video camera on your vacation to Bali. So, make sure it survives the rickshaw ride to the eco-lodge with this inflatable camera bag from Kata. Deflated, the bag is tiny. Blow it up & in one minute your camera gear is riding on a cushion of air. Now, if they only made a bag like this for your surfboard …
Killing four hours on Concourse C at the Baltimore Airport just sucks. Plain & simple. But, if you could ride your suitcase around like a Segway it might not suck as bad. The Move-On series of suitcases from the strategic thinkers at Agent is rolling in the right direction. They have introduced a new twist – luggage that instead of being dragged along behind you, pushes you forward. Three models: Strolln, Surfn & Ridn all have multiple ride/fun functions to make getting through the airport just a bit cooler. Even in Baltimore.
With disaster-proof construction & custom styling options ranging from understated to loco, Rickshaw Bags are whatever you want them to be. Designed and built in San Francisco, these bags are made to endure crappy weather and long days on the streets. The Commuter 2.0 model has been improved to perfectly accommodate your computer and with two-way zippers, it’s unbiased toward righties or lefties. That’s progressive.