There’s nothing worse than being caught out in an unexpected downpour, then getting to your destination to find all the stuff in your backpack is wet. Worry no more when you choose any of the awesome weatherproof packs over on Everyday Carry’s latest shopping list.
THE BEST Bags
Outlier uses its highly water-resistant Supermarine cotton fabric to create a simple rolltop bag. Put wet clothing in the Supermarine Rollie to keep your other belongings dry. The bag is breathable enough that the items inside will still dry, preventing mold and foul odors.
A unique briefcase design that has a built-in structure which lets you use it as an impromptu seat. It’s made from a waterproof cloth and has a seatbelt material shoulder strap along with carrying handles. Note: The ZLAY logo doesn’t appear on the bag – it’s just a watermark.
HoldFast’s rustic canvas and leather photographer’s backpack has sliders integrated into its padded shoulder straps for easy access to your camera. It also has waterproof zippers and leather loops for the optional Sightseer pouches. Available in olive, navy and black.
This compact roll-aboard has smartly placed zipper pockets, an internal mesh divider, and stretchy CRAM zones, which expand space while keeping the bag easy to zip closed. Small enough to fit most overhead bins too. Available in five colors, including this sweet camo.
The much-awaited collaboration between Nike’s Jordan brand and Drake’s record label OVO Sound is out now. Or most likely sold out already. The collection is highlighted by a white and champagne Jordan XII, but we’ve got our eyes on the oversized Jumpman logo hoodie.
Outfit your kit with the latest and greatest gear, courtesy of our pals at Everyday Carry. Their latest selection includes some awesome tools, knives, a rugged timepiece, and places to carry them all. That Gamblemade Gatekeeper is the one carabiner to rule them all.
Everyday Carry provides a guide to the best backpacks to transport your laptop, pens, paper, books, batteries, water bottles, tools, and other gear. From minimal packs like the Topo Designs Y-Pack to rugged military designs like the 5.11 Rush 12, they’ve got you covered.
Stylish and heavy duty board bags. The Siesta bag accommodates boards up to 6’1″ in length. The Solitary bag, on the other hand can be adjusted to fit boards between 5’6” to 7′. They have a zipper at the back so you can fit single fin boards without removing the fin.
Want to know the latest and greatest gear for every adventure life has to throw at you? Head on over to Everyday Carry and check out their latest collection of top trends in the world of EDC. We absolutely love JHO’s “The Nug” knife, but sadly it’s sold out already.
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