Nitraid’s Real Stoned Camo series is a collection of apparel and accessories designed for Tokyo’s concrete jungles. It looks to be Japan only, but we hope they’ll bring it stateside.
Despite a wimpy name, BED:STU’s Klink Bag has rough and tumble written all over it; it’s made with washed denim, studded with grommets and plenty of pockets to stash your goods.
Cardboard Robot’s Exploded laptop bag looks sweet with an exploded pistol diagram screened on its front pockets, but don’t show it off to airport security unless you’re fond of cavity searches.
Few things shout blast from the past like tri-color stripes. This Keith Retro Bag by I Love Waterloo sports an adjustable strap and two pockets; it’ll accommodate up to a 13″ MacBook.
For golfers who like high-tech, Ogio’s Anomaly Golf Bag features a lightweight exo-skeletal frame, a 10″ Uniter 15 club top, 3-point ergo handle and 13 accessory pockets. Thanks, Ben!
Proporta’s Gadget Bag comes apart like a pack of Constructicons, with three compartments that actually separate. Each has an aperture for headphones and cables to snake out.
Square and straightforward, DaKine’s District Laptop Bag is ideal for urban warriors with 13″ laptops; both the internal notebook sleeve and its multitude of pockets are nicely padded.
Hungary-based Balkan Tango takes inner tubes and re-”cycles” them into sweet shoulder bags; their istanbul M is waterproof and has two inner pockets plus an outer zip pocket.
Got a new MacBook? Booq’s Taipan Skins are a line of sleeves for everything from the Air to the 17″ model. They’re made with 3mm neoprene with a non-scratch jersey trim.
It may not look like much, but that’s the point: STM’s Rogue Backpack is designed to deter thieves; it features a compartment in the internal wall which hides your notebook.
Quiksilver’s Check Up Wallet is part 80s style graphics and part 1950s malt shop; this bifold is both screened and embossed, with a metal fleur-de-lis detail on the front.
Rugged yet minimalist, Logitech’s KINETIC briefcase features a PU/EVA exo-shell and ballistic nylon; it sports three distinct compartments and holds most 15.4″ laptops (or a 17″ MacBook Pro).
The Skate Pack is Incase’s latest collab with Paul Rodriguez. Although made for skateboards, generous padding, airflow channels and a wealth of pockets make it great for laptops, too.
Designed for frequent flyers, CODi’s Phantom CT3 bag is TSA friendly with a hinged butterfly design that allows it to splay out; velcro lets you grab the case and go after the X-ray scan.
Slappa’s Ballistix PTAC Matrix laptop bag will resist rough handling; made with ballistic nylon, it’s both water and tear resistant. It’s also huge, with 1500 cubic inches of space.
We like the minimalist stylings of this Axio Sling Bag, which can stow a 17″ MacBook Pro and includes 3 external pockets. Axio was founded by legendary BMX Freestyle biker, Bob Haro.
Oakley’s Kitchen Sink Backpack is an uber bag with tons of features; able to hold a 17″ laptop, it includes a molded top compartment for sunglasses and drainage ports for wet items.
Eminently functional, it’s a nice bonus that Solo’s Urban Messenger bag also looks pretty sweet, with an earthy matte canvas exterior and distressed leather piping. It’ll hold a 15.4″ laptop.
Just one look at the d20 dice we knew we had to have this Bag of Holding; big enough to hold a 17″ laptop, this grey canvas messenger bag has tons of compartments and pockets.
Made Products’ no-nonsense, zipperless Seattle Sling is an impact-resistant bag that also keeps dirt, dust, sand and water out; it’s targeted towards globe trekking photographers.
Rooz Mousavi’s rugged Samsonite OBAG concept reminds us of mini-Segway, with two storage areas on either side. It’s not too efficient, but at least it’ll be easy to spot at baggage claim.
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