Tag: bag
timbuk2-command-tsa-messenger-01

Timbuk2 just updated their fantastic Command messenger bag. The bag is a TSA-friendly and approved carry-on that opens up to allow you to carry a laptop and iPad through security without taking it out of your bag (although, that’s technically what’s supposed to happen but some airports will require you to take them out anyway). […]

I don’t live in tornado alley so I’m not too familiar with tornados. However, I have been through several Hurricanes (some serious, some not so serious) and I’m wondering if this Tuuli Armor Tornado Protection Bag would save me if I were in one again. From the looks of it, the bag is made specifically […]

filson-magnum-photo-camera-bag-01

My good friend Albert Cheung just posted some great photos of the new Magnum Photo Agency camera bag line made in conjunction with Filson. The collection consists of a modest collection of bags ranging from slings to backpacks to totes, all made of course to Filson’s exceptional quality from 117 years of rugged bag-making and […]

pilot-duffle-demploi-01

d’emploi just released their Summer 2014 collection filled with wonderful blue and white pinstripe designs for a beach day. Shown here is their Summer Pilot Duffle, the perfect carryall for your clothes, swimsuits, shoes, and other accessories to and from the shore. It’s made with waxed canvas and features some really beautiful natural leather handles. […]

tanner-goods-boot-bag

This Tanner Goods Stowaway Bag is cool if you need a place to store dirty boots in your luggage, but beyond boot storage, I can imagine this thing being used for a lot of other very useful carrying and general organization. Made of Horween Rich Chromexcel leather and 10 oz. waxed canvas — two of […]

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