TrekPak is a padded insert for bags, letting you compartmentalize your backpack or bag when you need it. Instead of velcro, it uses aluminum pins that fasten securely yet are easily removable.
A manly alternative to fanny packs, these carrying cases are perfect for multi-tools, knives, flashlights, and other gadgets. Made from strong Cordura nylon and hang on a belt loop or pack.
Measuring about 11.8″ x 7.9″ x 1.2″, the Flat Pack carries both an 11″ MacBook Air and an iPad (or similar laptops/tablets). Made with Hard Graft’s trademark combination of wool and leather.
Seems like James Bond himself should have had this gizmo, made all the way back in 1961, and designed to keep thieves from getting their hands on the contents of stolen briefcases.
Based on an early 1900s steamer trunk which traveled the world, these remakes are built using the same techniques as the original: wood frames, hand-waxed canvas, and hand-hammered pins.
You won’t miss this bag rolling off the luggage belt at the airport. With a durable impact resistant shell, racing wheels and a TSA compliant lock, it’s ready to (rock and) roll. Measures appx. 21″ x 14″ x 8″.
JumpFromPaper bags have cartoon-like outlines and bright colors that make them look like two-dimensional drawings. Many of the designs are for women, but they have unisex bags as well.
Many bags look alike, but yours certainly won’t, with this polyurethane suitcase from Zara with built-in wheels and retractable handle. Measures 20″x15″x8″, meeting most carry-on rules.
You’ll look like a real bad-ass walking into a meeting with one of these Zero Halliburton cases constructed from real carbon fiber. It’s perfect for spies, CIA agents, or better yet, just carrying your lunch.
Got lots of loose gear floating around your bag? Grab a Grid-It! and get your act together. Each one offers an interleaved grid of elastic straps which hold a variety of random items firmly in place.
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