A bag and gadget cache in one. The basic model has a 10,000mAh battery, 4 USB ports, a retractable power cord, Bluetooth speaker and an anti-theft alarm (via an app). Optional features include a Wi-Fi hotspot and GPS tracking.
This ruggedly handsome waxed canvas and leather bag is superbly lightweight, with space for a 15″ laptop, notebooks, and small gadgets, and has a smartphone pocket and large compartment which can be accessed with the bag closed.
Spacious luggage that turns into a shelf – eliminating the need for unpacking. The Shelfpack has four built-in shelves that clip on a pair of retractable supports. It also has three outer pockets and a total capacity of 115L.
Bowoo’s stylish and rugged equipment bag. The sidekick is made of heavy duty 24oz cotton canvas and has padded handles. It has a main compartment, 14 side pockets and D-rings for a shoulder strap (not included).
Town 30’s stylish camera bag has a locking mechanism that works like a film advance lever. It also has a lens cap holder and removable padded divider and pockets. It’s made of water-resistant, rubber-backed nylon. Also available in leather.
Vans teamed up with Disney for one of its Fall 2015 releases. The collection consists of shirts, backpacks, shoes, socks and hats featuring Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Winnie the Pooh. Drops 6/15.
Freitag’s 33L carry-on has a wide-mouthed compartment that’s cleverly concealed by its buckle. Like other Freitag products, it’s made from used truck tarps, bicycle inner tubes and seatbelt straps, making each Voyager unique.
The dopp kit for gearheads. Tooletries’ toiletry bag looks and is built just like hard cases for tools. It has a carbon look finish, a waterproof neoprene lining and a removable silicone net. Available in gray, black, red and soon yellow.
Keep your cables in one place and declutter your bag with DSPTCH’s Cable Case. It has two narrow slots, two large elastic slots, four medium elastic slots and two pouches for cables, adapters, pens and other small items.
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