Mission Workshop’s Transit Arkiv laptop briefcase is made from weatherproof and tear-resistant nylon and waxed canvas. It has a removable shoulder strap and waist strap, and also has bike straps. It can also be attached to Mission Workshop’s Radian backpack.
Peak Design’s 45L Travel Backpack is a one-size-fits-all bag. It has stowable straps and handles on the top, side and even on the back. You can also open its main compartment from the front, top, side and back. It’s also waterproof and has anti-pick pocket zippers.
Despite its name, Six Pack Fitness‘ Expedition Backpack isn’t just for outdoorsmen. Its spacious insulated compartment and included meal containers makes it perfect for gym goers and fitness buffs. It also has enough space for your other items, including your laptop.
ForwardX’s Ovis is a smart suitcase that can automatically move and stay by your side. It comes with a bracelet that lets it track you and alert you if you go too far away from it. It can go over 6 mph and lasts up to 12.4 mi per charge. It also has a built-in GPS tracker.
A messenger bag designed to minimize the risk of theft. It has a capacious, organized interior, body and straps made from slash-resistant materials, locking zippers, and RFID blocking pockets. Holds a 15″ laptop, has a water bottle pocket, and a roller luggage handle slot.
Massdrop is working with the Techwear Intern on the Modular Adaptive Carry Standard (MACS), a line of small bags and external zip pockets that can each be worn on their own or combined. The bags are available in four sizes while the pockets come in three sizes.
The Aeroe BikePack makes it easy to carry small items on a bicycle, thanks to its quick lock and release mount. Each bag is waterproof, aerodynamic and comes in three sizes – 9L, 11L or 14L – while the mount comes in four variants: handlebar, fork, seat post and rear mount.
This jumbo pack is ready to take on just about anything. It combines a 5.3-gallon foodsafe bucket with an easy to tote, waterproof Denier fabric shell. A removable cooler insert holds up to 5 gallons, and it’s customizable with MOLLE-compatible accessories.
Show your love for retro video games with this sweet dark red messenger bag, embellished with the Japanese version of gaming great Atari’s iconic logo. We suggest using it to carry a LYNX portable, a selection of game cartridges, and some old Antic magazines.
If you’d like to get in on the fanny pack’s comeback – or if you never left the bag behind – check out the Link Waist Bag from Japanese bag maker Master-Piece. It has water-resistant nylon twill shell, a striking carabiner clasp and a zipped inner pocket. Available in four colors.
If you’re always traveling with different amounts or types of gear, you need a truly versatile backpack. Rolltop bags keep your stuff dry, offer easy access, and expandable space. Our friends at Everyday Carry picked eight great packs that take advantage of a rolltop design.
A luxury carry-on bag from leather goods specialist Hard Graft. The Overhead Holdall is made from undyed natural washed veg tanned leather that will gradually turn deep brown as it ages. It also has a large external pocket and a detachable and adjustable shoulder strap.
Nike’s slick backpack features a trapezoidal silhouette that makes it look like it dropped in from the prop department of a sci-fi movie. It’s got front webbing for clipping on items, a large top-loading compartment, side zip sections, and a padded 15″ laptop sleeve.