Forget about outfits for every occasion, the luggage you really need for that holiday trip back home is this Italian leather bar-in-a-box from luggage maker Tumi and the distillers of Ketel One. The Traveling Mixologist holds two bottles, two martini glasses, an ice bucket, ice tongs, an ice scoop, a zester, and everything else you need for a well-lubricated holiday season.
True pro travelers never check a bag. For maximum travel efficiency, every bag in this 5-piece luggage collection is designed to carry on while keeping technology protected, personal items organized, and everything easily accessible.
Made of supple, 100% vegetable tanned Italian leather and British heavyweight waxed cotton, this gym bag seems almost too nice to be used for the sole purpose of holding your sweat-soaked jockstrap and other foul-smelling post-workout garb, but you can do what you want with it.
This Italian-made leather camera bag is flexible, padded and features drawstring closures on both ends, allowing it to fit your camera with a variety of lenses or hold other items you want to tote in a protected, soft-sided cinch-sack. Like a muff for your stuff, its unique design leaves options open for how you carry your camera.
Are you indecisive? Tough question, we know. Either way, this versatile Vermont-made carryall gives you multiple options for how you carry it. You can go backpack style, shoulder strap mode, or full manpurse. It’s made of repurposed military canvas and features solid brass hardware.
One man’s trash is another man’s … courier bag. Made of upcycled, battle deployed M35 military canvas, vinyl truck tarps, seatbelt straps, and trimmed with used bike tire tubes, this American-built, handcrafted bag from Defy will carry your 17” MacBook and all the other stuff you carry on your commute.
Even though Tumi’s limited-edition bulletproof briefcase is constructed with 65 layers of a polypropylene thermoplastic composite it’s not actually designed to protect you from gunfire but rather to protect the contents of the briefcase. We imagine that would be something like divorce papers or maybe potentially damaging video footage.
Carrying around a rugged, battle-ready backpack can do wonders to offset the soft, squishy feelings brought about by your online shopping addiction. The American-made, 20-liter R2 Field Pack is weatherproof, featuring a VX interior and waxed canvas exterior with a modular design for attaching a whole array of add-on accessories.
This little bag from Poler does double duty, functioning as both a camera bag and a cooler. Since few of us use real cameras, just stick your phone in the front pocket then stuff in as many beers as you can fit, which looks like about 4 or 5.
This backpack from The Real Deal Brazil looks like it’s seen some hard miles because it has. Before being transformed into a pack it lived a full life as tarp covering truck payloads on the sketchy freeways of Brazil. Fully upcycled and made in Brazil, the Belem pack is TRDB’s latest offering. Their original recycled tarp product is a wide brimmed sun hat, seen on Woody Harrelson’s head in the movie Zombieland.