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Erwin Bag at werd.com
Erwin Bag

Almost unbelievably, Emil Erwin hasn’t been making fine leather goods for a hundred years. Actually, it’s only been three. But in that short time, EE has built a solid reputation with quality craftsmanship and a fresh take on traditional techniques. You’d be hard pressed to find an American Horween leather briefcase of this quality anywhere else. The materials are second to none and the rest comes down to craft.

BUY IT   $1100 Also posted in Gear

Goruck Brick Bag at werd.com
Goruck Brick Bag

There’s nothing easier to pack than a stuff sack. Instructions: 1. Stuff stuff in. 2. Close. Just like that you’re ready to go. And even if your travels don’t require military-grade quality and durability that Goruck bags deliver, you might like the fact that this 20-liter, American-made stuff sack is 100% black.

BUY IT   $95 Also posted in Gear

Kris Van Assche x Eastpak Messenger Bag at werd.com
Kris Van Assche x Eastpak Messenger Bag

Many messenger bags, by design, are tough to pair with your work wear. Lime green cordura and reflective hits don’t quite match the brogues, you know? This canvas and leather bag by designer Kris Van Assche for Eastpak, comes in tan and brown and features tonal leather details. Of course it has all the other features you need, like a padded laptop sleeve and loads of pockets, just no lime green anything, anywhere.

BUY IT   $270 Also posted in Gear

3Fold NERO at werd.com
3Fold NERO

Taking cues from TransFormers and the ancient Japanese craft of Origami, the design duo behind Vienna’s HardGraft brand have created a pretty tricky bag. Depending on how you fold or unfold it, the 3Fold converts into a laptop case, overnight duffle, camera bag, attaché and so on. It’s handmade in Italy from vegetable tanned leather with wool felt detailing and all metal hardware.

BUY IT   $800 Also posted in Gear

5.11 Tactical RUSH 24 Backpack at werd.com
5.11 Tactical RUSH 24 Backpack

American soldiers battling in the streets of the Middle East are wearing these 5.11 tactical backpacks, while you surf the web shopping. Made of burly 1050-denier nylon and Molle-webbing equipped to carry all types of cargo, this bag will work perfectly for your little civilian day hikes and nature walks. Made in the USA, of course.

BUY IT   $139 Also posted in Gear

Sanction Rucksack at werd.com
Sanction Rucksack

With waterproof materials and military spec construction, this rucksack is built for all-weather, everyday abuse.  Multiple weatherproof pockets and urethane coated zippers keep out the elements and keep your laptop snug & dry. werd is in SoCal, so we don’t really need this kind of weatherproofing. We realize, however, that you might.

BUY IT   $179 Also posted in Gear

Qwstion Weekender at werd.com
Qwstion Weekender

Now that you’re a big boy, wearing a knapsack to carry your work is a little goofy. Then again, toting a briefcase around like Willy Loman is pretty lame, too. This versatile carryall from Swiss bag makers Qwstion splits the difference. Carry it like a 30-pack into the office or wear it like a backpack when you hit the road. Metal hardware, leather trim, integrated laptop sleeve. Now go.

BUY IT   $220 Also posted in Gear

Boreas Packs at werd.com
Boreas Packs

The city of San Francisco is pretty close to the mountains. This is great for upstart backpack brand Boreas. It means easy access for R&D test missions. Their burly, but minimalist, packs come in a whole slew of sizes. From an ultralight trail-runner/day-hike size all the way up to a 60-liter weekender with bad-ass suspension.

BUY IT   $ TBA Also posted in Gear

Thule TCRU-2 Luggage With Detachable Pack at werd.com
Thule TCRU-2 Luggage With Detachable Pack

The word Thule is Swedish for “nice rack.” You knew that. Well, it turns out these crafty Swedes are also making luggage. “TCRU-2” is another Swedish word meaning ‘rolling travel bag with detachable daypack.’ Yeah, that one was a stretch, sorry. Point is, you can leave your big bag of rocks with the bellboy and take a stroll around town with a little knapsack before your flight home.

BUY IT   $320 Also posted in Gear

Urban Quiver Camera Bag at werd.com
Urban Quiver Camera Bag

Photographers are always drawn to the shadowy back streets and sketchy areas of  a city.  But carrying a backpack full of expensive camera gear into the hot zone, could turn you from tourist to target real quick. With its unique shape and carrying strap, this camera bag could keep you off the robber’s radar just long enough for an  easy escape.

BUY IT   $125 Also posted in Photography
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