Online Japanese shop Blue Lug is offering the simply designed owl backpack. The outer belt is adjustable to offer increased amounts of storage. Made of water resistant nylon; offered in 4 colors.
The handmade Bushcrafter bag from Duluth is built for rugged people, with a heavy canvas construction and compartments for compasses, camping axe, and other bush life essentials.
Urbane backpack lovers will probably enjoy the special edition Built to Resist collection of functional pocket padded sofas, collaboratively designed by Quinze and Milan and Eastpak.
Besides its urbane good looks, the expandable Rambler cargo backpack from Mission Workshop has a weatherproof main external compartment and a roll top section that holds a 15” laptop.
Ideal for light and fast backpacking, REI’s Flash 65 Backpack features a perfed plastic frame sheet and pre-curved shoulder straps yet still provides a cavernous 3,966 cubic inches of space.
Mission Workshop’s Vandal is a weatherproof commuter/cyclist backpack with a twist: it can expand from 1200 to 2000+ cubic inches, good enough for a laptop, beer keg, or extra bike.
Equally at home on a river or on the road, SealLine’s Urban Backpack is lightweight yet durable and functional; it sports a watertight shell, roll-top closure, and modular pocket system.
Version 2 of TAD Gear’s F.A.S.T. Pack sports a technical alpine design that distributes weight to improve wearer endurance; it’s fully MILSPEC and AKA the 3 Day Assault Pack.
Booq’s Boa Flow M backpack is fully loaded: it features laptop and camera storage, YKK zippers, waterproof ballistic nylon, ergo straps, breathable back padding and side pockets.
Weighing just 3 1/4 lbs, this Backpack Telescope is ideal for long hikes in search of perfect stargazing spots: it includes a padded nylon pack, 70mm refractor, and 19′ tripod.
Inspired by author and naturalist John Muir, KZO’s Alpine Backpack is made for hikers and bicyclists; it’s a fully-lined wool and leather bag with waterproof zippers and silver metal clips.
Oakley’s Contact Backpack is like a bag-afficionado’s wish list come true: it “packs” a padded laptop area, external loop array, interior organizer, and removable lid with extra pockets.
It won’t turn you into a TMNT, but Oakley’s Hardshell Backpack is a step away from being armored with removable (and customizable) hardshell panels and a padded laptop area.
Julius Tarng’s Chef’s Tool bag lets up-and-coming culinary masters look the part of students and keep their hands free; it includes a detachable knife compartment and first-aid pouch.
Dressed with military thin ribbons, LRG’s 47 Gun Salute Backpack not only looks like a uniform, but is durable with heavyweight cotton canvas, roller buckles and chunky magnet snaps.
With a 10,000 mAh Li-Ion battery, Brando’s Solar Charger Backpack keeps traveling gadget hounds juiced; included: multiple adapters to charge nearly any laptop, phone or USB device.
Acronym’s 3A-7TS backpack is huge inside, but it’s the outer shell that really hauls: it’s fitted with four rows of Tec-Sys webbing, upon which you can mount extra pockets and pouches.
Oakley has been providing custom eyewear for some time, but they’re now offering their Rework Pack, Holeshot watch and Crowbar goggles with choose-it-yourself colors.
Inspired by gardening bags, Porter’s Union bag is a hybrid tote and backpack; easy top access does come at a price, as it is wide open at the top–but for lugging tools it can’t be beat.
Designed for surfers, Nixon’s Ground Swell Backpack features a water-resistant shell, wetsuit pocket, front organizer, waterproof wax pocket and a padded, reinforced back panel.
QWSTION’s Office Bag looks like a normal laptop case, but can also be worn as a backpack; a neoprene-padded 17″ laptop compartment and five multi-use pockets seals the deal.
Y’s Mandarina Backpack is a functional blend of style and space, with a rugged cotton outer, waxed base, numerous inner and outer pockets, padded shoulder straps and waist strap.
VAEL’s Rucksack combines a distinctive cylindrical silhouette with premium materials for some serious hauling capacity; it sports a tweed style body with padded straps and copper hardware.
The RuckJack is an interesting two-fer: it’s a lightweight, waterproof jacket that can be easily folded down into a backpack, making it ideal for any number of outdoor situations.
Crooks & Castles’ Utility Check Backpack features a checkerboard weave that sets it apart from other bags; is also includes suede lower panels, a foam padded back and laptop sleeve.
The Kata Sensitivity V’s two compartments can hold both a laptop and a DSLR, or be merged into one space. It’s rugged, with rubber bumpers and tear- and water-resistant fabric.
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