Tumi makes gear for pro travelers. The Alpha satchel has a framed opening like an old doctor’s bag that opens wide for easy access to the big main compartment. It’s loaded with pockets and rides easily atop your roller for the perfect carry-on companion.
This time of year a waterproof, weatherproof bag for your gear seems like a damn good idea. Your phone, tablet and laptop won’t survive a swim in the puddle or a splash in the slush. The Fitzroy, built with military spec & waterproof materials will carry a big and varied load, keeping your valuables high and dry.
If it looks like a bomb went off in your bag, backpack, luggage, or life in general, these burly little American-made zippered field pockets from GoRuck will get your junk show in order. Fill ’em, zip ’em, done. Instantly organized.
The camera + laptop bag is a great idea. And quite frankly, it’s one that’s taken a bit too long to catch on. The vintage styling of this backpack from ONA hides your camera, 7 lenses, a 17” laptop and more. Wrapped in waxed canvas and leather, your valuable, high-tech gear will travel incognito.
If you’re obsessed with backpacks, your addiction will inevitably lead you to Killspencer. This vegetable-tanned black pebble leather Utility pack will transport your digital office anywhere the road may lead. Military spec construction makes it indestructible & compartments for MacBook Pro, iPad, & cables make it smart.
It’s square shape, simple one-compartment design and durable materials like Italian suede and cow leather make this a pretty manly dopp kit. Nobody would ever guess it was filled with your beauty products. It’s what they are: men’s beauty products. We all have them but if you feel the need to hide yours, this bag will do that.
If you’re in the airport security line and even joke that your luggage is “bombproof” you’re probably not gonna make it on to your flight. But zip your lip, follow instructions, and you’ll cruise right through. This hard-sided carry-on from Victorinox is ultra lightweight and utterly indestructible – but please, no joking.
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.