Air Jordan and Cole Haan collaborate with an ultra-clean Silver Anniversary Duffle & UNC Jersey combo; both sport white and silver colorways and are limited to 500 pieces each.
Hard Graft refines its 6-in-1 uber-bag for 2010: the new 2Unfold comes in two limited edition colorways (hazelnut brown and graphite grey) with black shoulder strap and individual numbering.
Oakley spares no expense with its Banger Golf Bag; it features a 7″x11″ top with 6-way divider and putter pit, swivel bucket carry system, shoe & umbrella storage, and wide-stance stand.
Chrome’s Kirov is a smaller version of its Warsaw; the streamlined pro-messenger pack features 1000 denier Cordura, a truck tarp skeleton, airmesh strap, and EVA back panel.
Handmade by the Amish, Billykirk’s 15″x12″ Leather Tote Bag understandably keeps things simple; it’s made with thick vegetable-tanned leather treated with natural oils and beeswax.
Simple yet full-featured, Moop’s Messenger Bag features a canvas outer and water-resistant cordura lining; it’ll hold a 15″ laptop and includes 6 pockets, 2 d-rings, and an adjustable strap.
A netbook-friendly version of the No 10 M, Palmer & Sons’ Leather Gladstone No 10 XS may be small but remains premium with 10 oz. leather, brass rivets, and hardwood top rails.
Carry your camera while staying light with Lowepro’s Passport Sling; it offers a sliding shoulder pad, cam lock buckle, slash pockets, and padded box with room for DSLR w/lens + extra lens.
The jury’s still out on the new iPad, but we like Cocoon’s Gramercy; the messenger sling not only holds an iPad/netboook but includes a GRID-IT system and iPhone/media window.
Don’t let its name fool you: TravelTeq’s Trash Briefcase is definitely more than meets its Italian leather shell with 8 compartments (4 open, 3 zipped, 1 cigar) plus room for a 15″ laptop.
Boldly styled, Titan’s Backstage luggage collection should really take center stage; available in 18″, 24″, an 28″ trolleys, each includes a folding system that lets you pack without wrinkles.
Hot on the heels of their new D-Lux bag, Timbuk2′s Classic Messenger also gets a revamp; the bag includes a side-entry pocket, improved cam buckle, front organizer, and slash pocket.
In stores mid-February, Benny Gold and Gravis collaborate for the Expedition Series; it’s a funky mashup of vintage camp patches and Gravis’ skate, surf, and snow bags, shoes, and apparel.
Made solely for the purpose of transporting precious gamer cargo, the Scout Backpack boasts a cavernous 2200 cubic inches of space–enough for an Xbox 360, PS3 or 17″ gaming laptop.
JanSport’s Urban Framework bag collection (which reworks their heritage models) gets a Fall 2010 line; it’ll sport TPE-coated black poly denim fabric and brass-finished hardware.
Manhattan Portage’s new Empire is a messenger bag for bicycle couriers and other hard-riding pros; it features 52L of space, reflective stripes, and can be carried 3 different ways.
Saddleback’s Big Wallet has a simple name and a simple aim: to last longer than you; made with full grain leather, its 9 card slots, 6 pockets and pen holder are guaranteed for 100 years.
Timbuk2′s D-Lux bag massively upgrades their Classic Messenger; it boasts a studded “love-glove” sleeve, improved cam buckle, side-entry pocket, and three-zipper front organizer.
Versatility is the name of the game with Tumi’s new Alpha Bravo bags; like the original Alpha line it features waterproof FXT ballistic nylon, but adds unstructured day bags and duffels.
Booq’s Taipan Lift Bag is their most airport friendly ever, able to open 180 degrees; it also features a trolley pass-through, space for up to a 15″ laptop, and tuck-away carrying handles.
Bill Amberg’s Jag Laptop Bag keeps things simple yet sporty with perfed calf leather panels and dual compartments with metal zips; it’ll last, too, with reinforced corners and handles.
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