The Flux biker’s Backpack has a thin and flexible fiber optic panel which amplifies a removable, rechargeable LED unit to make you more visible. The LED can also be used as a rear light.
A beautiful rucksack handmade from Hard Graft’s trademark vegetable tanned Italian leather. It has a compartment that can fit up to a 15″ laptop and a zip pocket for a phone or wallet.
A spacious bag that can take a beating. It’s made from rugged twill and bridle leather with sturdy brass zippers. It has a laptop compartment, four interior pockets and four exterior pockets.
Timothy Adam Maynard designs and makes Bags For Everyone, which are rolltop backpacks made from polyester with treated canvas lining. Available in two sizes and a variety of colors.
Just about the only thing ugly about this bag is it’s steep price. But since it can also transform into a suitcase and a tote bag, think of it as getting three bags for the price of
one three bags.
DQM’s Chinook is a water-resistant, waxed canvas bag with a hidden, insulated compartment roomy enough to fit 12 cans of beer or a couple of packs of hot lunch.
Versatile enough for the office or taking off for a long weekend, FRRRY’s luxe leather Collapse 4 bag elegantly crumples down to a flat pack; includes detachable shoulder strap, 2 pockets and zip top.
A dual-purpose bag, the Camera Cooler comes with dividers to help it hold your DSLR and its accessories securely. Remove the dividers and you can fit a six pack of your favorite beverage inside.
The Cloak bag sure has an interesting design. Store your SLR in it, fold in the bottom and side panels and you can shoot without taking your camera out of it. Made of water-resistant fabric.
A made-to-order bag for people who often ride motorcycles or bicycles, Hammarhead Industries’ Day Pack is made from salvaged leather, waterproof waxed cotton and parachute hardware.
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