Short for “power assist,” the PA Series Hybrid Bag features an anti-gravity handle which reduces weight by 85% over the wheels; it comprises two pieces, one of which is a carry-on.
Ditch that bifold forever: the FlipSide Wallet is made with durable polymer plastic and anodized aluminum, with one side for cash and the other for cards; it’s also shielded from RFID theft.
With a smart, squared-off design and even smarter construction, Leeds’ Owl backpack is made from 100% recycled material; it’ll hold up to a 17″ laptop, accessible both from the side and top.
With heavy waxed canvas, aluminum hardware and leather last patches, Howies’ Hand-Me-Down bags come with a 10 year guarantee and are designed to be handed down.
With pockets galore, high-density foam protection and good looks to boot, Booq’s Mamba Pack is as good as it gets for laptop backpacks; it’ll accommodate 13″-17″ notebooks.
For those who want their pack to stand out from… the pack, Speck’s TuckPack is an upscale-ish laptop bag for 13″ notebooks; choose from Coffeehouse Brown or Black Pinstripe.
Inspired by vintage biker culture, Japanese-based Calee’s leather wallets are handmade with the price to match; thickly stitched edges and brass studs give these a high end look & feel.
Silent Revolutions’ Hybrid Bag is the bag to rule them all with a triplet of uses: its plethora of pockets and compartments allow it to serve as a messenger, carry-on or weekender bag.
Essentially a wallet with a vertical form factor, this Tumi Passport Case is ideal for frequent flyers with a special passport slot; ballistic nylon and leather trim ups the style ante.
This Incase x UNDFTD basketball bag is one of those rare collabs that makes it ultra-coppable: it’s both useful and good-looking, with ball storage, iPod pocket, shoe bag and more.
Travelers need to be prepared nowadays, and the Zuca Pro fits the bill: with 4″ PU wheels, an aluminum frame, removable pouches and a built-in seat, it’s a miracle it’s still a carry-on.
Loaded with more pockets than we can count, owners of Incase’s Nylon Backpack rave about how well thought out it is; it’s also generously padded at the shoulders and back.
Kenneth Cole hits the three S’s (simple, sleek and sophisticated) with its Better Bag; it’s also quite functional beneath all the style, with 8 storage areas and room for a 14″-15″ laptop.
If you thought Logitech’s Lapdesk was cool, Choiix’s Ergonomic Metal Sleeve not only acts as a notebook stand and cooler, but folds up into a 14″ laptop case with handle.
Oakley’s S.I. Computer Bag sports a plethora of straps, D-rings and removable pockets that are guaranteed to get looks; this durable nylon carrier is hard to find, so jump on it quickly.
This laptop sleeve by dripmaster Krink is the result of a collaboration with Arkitip and Apple-friendly Incase; his signature metallic paint looks extra sweet on this limited run piece.
More a bandolier than a bag, Setgo’s Transport is ideal for those with a surplus of gadgets who need easy access without the bulk; it features two external and two internal pockets.
Inspired by postal carriers, Acme Made’s Courier Bag is clean and understated; it’ll hold a 15″ laptop snugly, but its biggest feature is its durable rubber-treated canvas construction.
Available both vertically and horizontally, we dig the minimalist urban stylings of Rivet’s leather bags; they’re made with Argentine leather and use the company’s Rivet metal fittings.
Designed for hardcore Guitar Hero and Rock Band players, Astro Gaming’s Roadie Bag can hold up to two controllers; their Mission Bag can carry a PS3, Xbox 360 or Wii.
Although similar to the Modo Pocket, the Wrap-Up Tripod also features stretchy neoprene that can wrap around a point-and-shoot; in short, it’s both a portable tripod and case.
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