The Freeloader is a compact and portable child carrier. It has a foldable hinge that can support kids up to 80lbs., an F1-inspired safety harness and comfortable straps similar to those found in hiking backpacks.
An exquisite bag made from 100% Italian cheyenne leather. Finished in a deep brown color, this sophisticated and timeless messenger bag could be the last one you ever own.
Joshu+Vela’s handmade backpacks have a no-frills design and are built to last. The bags are made from water-repellent waxed canvas and vegetable tan leather, with copper rivets and brass buckles.
A versatile garment bag and gym bag that carries all of your essentials – gadgets, shoes and even a suit – in one rolled up shoulder bag. It has plastic ribs that minimize creases in the stored garment.
A sturdy, lightweight pack, covered with a 3D texture that reminds us of Tetris. Made from polyester/spandex, with nylon zippers. Measures 18″ x 14″ x 8″, so it holds most 17″ laptops.
A bag that fits both business and pleasure. Topo Designs’ Mountain Briefcase is also a shoulder bag and a backpack. It has a padded laptop sleeve inside and two cinch straps at the base.
Crash Baggage are made to be “handled without care.” The luggage has a worn and dented look that makes it stand out. It’s a bit silly that all pieces are “damaged” the exact same way though.
Suck UK has found a clever use for hampers, letting you use your dirty clothes to practice your jabs, hooks and uppercuts. Or you can just use it as a cool knapsack.
A spacious bag made of tearproof and waterproof ballistic nylon. Has room for 2 suits, 3 dress shirts, 2 pairs of shoes and more. It also has a concealed coat hook so you can hang the entire bag.
Made of 100% recycled PET bottles with aluminum carabiners. It has separate cushioned laptop and tablet compartments and has a quick-release thumb lever for easy strap adjustment.
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