Slotted between a sleeve and a messenger, J. Fold’s Vertical Laptog Bag features a sleek case that still manages to protect 15″ laptops; a hidden fold-out pocket holds your accessories.
Launched along with Citroen’s DS Inside hatchback concept, DS Lifestyle is a proposed line of accessories including sunglasses, snowboards, and bags, all sporting the DS logo.
Designed to recall the clean and classic lines of 60s briefcases, Samsonite’s Signat Male features ABS and aluminum construction; it also includes a laptop sleeve and portfolio.
Based on the mailbags used by the USPS from 1868 to the 1970s, this J. Crew Limited Edition Postal Bag is designed to improve with age; it’s hand-stained, oiled and burnished.
An alternative to the traditional briefcase, Head Porter’s Master Navy Brief Case is made from nylon with a plethora of pockets; its 40″ width and 29″ height will easily carry a laptop.
Making good use out of punctured bicycle inner tubes, the Budapest L is a shoulder bag for up to 15″ laptops; it sports one outer and two inner pockets, contrast piping and is waterproof.
Available this March, J.FOLD’s Spring/Summer ’09 Collection is definitely a maturation of the brand; look for weathered fabrics, rustic patinas, earthy colors and metal hardware.
Like an Armani version of Batman’s utility belt, this Multi Pocket Bag by Jil Sander is made from calf leather and includes three pouches that differ mostly in terms of their closures.
Ideal for the gym or as an overnighter, Tumi’s Sport Duffel comes in their limited Alpha Yellow colorway; made with ballistic nylon, its many pockets include a shoe/wet compartment.
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.
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