A versatile duffle bag made of waterproof, very light and strong polyethylene fiber. Its a rolltop bag, which means you can shrink or expand its size – it has a 15L to 78L capacity – and it can be carried in a variety of ways.
A roll-up weekender bag. Its made of waterproof nylon, has mesh inner pockets and a hook to turn it into wardrobe. It can be carried as a shoulder bag but it will also fit in backpack bedroll straps. Ignore the Kickstarter bit – it’s available now.
A beautifully handmade full-grain leather bag for your notebook, tablet, and other everyday gear. Finished with brass hardware, and lined with pigskin, each one is made to order. Choose from 14″ or 16″ in dark brown or tobacco.
The Shrine’s Weekender and Duffel bags have dedicated weather-resistant compartments for up to two sneakers up to size 20. They also have dedicated laptop or tablet pockets and front pockets. The Weekender bag also has a hat sling.
This throwback weekend bag is made of Swedish and Italian leather, and each tooth of its titanium zipper is individually brushed and polished for a smooth glide. More importantly, it will make you look like a 19th century doctor. Or a hitman.
This beast of a backpack is made from a sturdy abrasion-resistant fabric, and offers plentiful storage. Has a side-access panel for a 13″ laptop, a water bottle pocket, and multiple metal loops for hanging items from carabiners.
A durable and lightweight duffle bag. The Bomber Barrel measures 18″x10″x10″ and weighs only 390g. Its made of ripstop nylon and has a leather shoulder pad, emergency paracord zipper pulls and military grade clips.
Rickshaw Bagworks is working on backpacks with durable reflective tweed. The backpacks are available in striped or solid reflective patterns. The shop also has reflective messenger bags, hip packs and phone cases.
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