The name says it all. Lay-N-Go is a bag that opens into a mat, allowing you to dump everything out rather than having to plow blindly through the bag for the contents you seek. They come in five different sizes ranging from the little 18” tote to the big 44” carry-all. The Traveler featured above is perfect for toiletries.
The average computer bag or briefcase isn’t really mobile office ready. But This French-made full grain leather briefcase definitely is. Disguised as a stylish brief, it quickly converts to a pop-up mobile workstation offering privacy for your computer and plenty of pockets.
Made of ethically-sourced black waxed canvas, these two new roll-top bags from Modern Industry will hold lots of your crap. Both feature waterproof zippers, computer pockets, sturdy straps and Horween leather trims.
This backpack designed for cycling is lightweight and it will stay that way because your laptop won’t fit in there. What will: a pair of shoes, a change of clothes. There’s also a little pocket for your phone, keys, and the like. Just the essentials for that ride in to the office.
You weren’t the only one expecting to see a picture of Justin Bieber. And despite the ironically reverse-ironic name, the Douchebag is a pretty solid bag designed to carry skis, snowboards, golfclubs, etc. The key to the design is its adjustable length. Because as you know, it always comes down to length! [insert Andrew Dice Clay voice:] “OHHHH!” via
Handmade in Chino, California, Chrome’s BLKCHRM collection offers all the long-lasting durability of the brand’s other bags: Hypalon construction, rubber-coated hardware, & leather trims. This collection is all black & includes the Sotnik duffel, Bravo pack, and Citizen messenger bag.
This convertible tote has everything going for it: It’s handmade in San Francisco, using 10-ounce Martexin Original Waxed Canvas and Horween vegetable tanned leather. It is black. It fits a 15-inch laptop. And because it converts easily from a tote to a messenger bag, you only have to carry it like a purse if you want to.
Acre is a new S.F.-based brand that makes cycling apparel and weatherproof packs for all-mountain riding. Their packs are hydration compatible and made in the USA while the apparel collection utilizes premium materials like Merino wools and Schoeller waterproof/breathable technologies. Coming soon. via
Nice duffle bag. Waxed canvas, leather, & made in America by family-owned & operated Will Leather Goods. With every bag they sell, they make a donation through GiveWILL, their charity that provides backpacks to children in underfunded elementary schools. Feels good, looks good.