Oakley’s O-Board Box is a two-fer, able to lug up to two snowboards (one w/bindings and one naked); it also includes five grip handles, sure-grip wheels and a boot compartment.
Saddleback Leather Co. is giving away a $347 Dark Coffee Brown Messenger Bag to a lucky TA reader. Update: this contest has concluded. Thanks to all who participated!
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.
Let’s cut to the chase with the Heritage Grip Bag: rope is dope again with antique silver metal hardware and a distressed Puma logo giving this rugged PU bag a slick vintage flavor.
Hard Graft’s U MacBook Sleeve is a sleeve and then some: besides a wool felt shell (from 13″-17″), it features a large leather pocket with space for a cellphone and a small notebook.
Timbuk2’s bike-friendly bags expand to netbooks with the T-Pack; built specifically for 10″ or under laptops, it features air mesh padding, a ballistic nylon and a power brick pocket.
Sure, Paul Smith’s Speedometer Flight Bag is bit tacky, but auto enthusiasts will go zero to credit card in 1 second; trimmed with leather, it’s inspired by classic 60s/70s car gauges.
Hard Graft’s versatile 6-in-1 2UNFOLD bag gets a sleek steel grey colorway for 2009; it’s made out of Italian veg-tan leather but otherwise is as awesome as the original.
Made with neatsfoot oiled leather, Chris Lee’s Triangle Coin Pouch is simultaneously affordable, functional and stylish; two snap closures allow access on either side; optional engraving.
Hlaska is making waves with their latest Oceanist Collection; from the smaller Postal Messenger to the spacious Duffle, each sports rugged waxwear, leather accents and twist-locks.
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.
Short for “Tactical Holds Everything,” T.H.E. Wallet Jr. sports divided full-length areas, non-glare ID windows, 1000D Cordura and Shark-Bite, a highly durable and noiseless closure.
Geek Stuff 4 U complements its NES case with an equally geeky Pac-Man Card Case; available in two styles, or pick goes to Type I for emulating an sit-down style arcade cabinet.
Nau’s Motil Commuter bag is a refined blend of sustainability and performance; it’s made with a 500 denier, water-repellent recycled polyester shell that’s able to haul a 17″ laptop.
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.
Made with wood handles and lined with silk brocade, each Palmer and Sons leather bag is a work of art; metal rivets and veg-tanned leather further reinforce its handmade origins.
Incase’s Paul Rodriguez Skate Pack kills two birds with one stone: it’s both skate- and laptop-friendly with a reinforced notebook compartment, multiple gadget pockets and padded back.
Dunhill’s Heist Traveller collection is finally available: a modern take on the classic Traveller line, it features rubberized black leather with black cotton drill and gunmetal hardware.
Saddleback Leather Company’s products will last longer than you: each bag, briefcase and wallet comes with a 100 year warranty and is made from full grain leather. Thanks, Ron!
Nau’s Fluent Stash is a modern version of the toiletry bag, updated to carry not only grooming essentials but gadgets and gizmos; it sports three stash pockets and a zip mesh pocket.
Designed to last for life, Ernest Alexander’s utility bags have an honest style that befits their origins: they’re made in New York’s garment district with local materials. Thanks, Jason!
Oakley’s Tool Pocket 2.0 sports a 70 oz. hydration system and anti-microbial protection; the top-loading mid-sized backpack weighs in with 250 cubic inches of space.
Booq’s Boa Nerve is their take on the classic courier/messenger bag, with ballistic nylon shell, seatbelt shoulder straps, rubberized bottom, zipped compartments and 17″ laptop sleeve.
Green is the word for Gravis’ Fall 2009 line, painted with an equal opportunity brush to bags, caps and kicks; it’s not a subtle green, either: think bright like a stop light. Thanks, Evan!
You won’t be mistaken for a boozehound with this leather cocktail bag; it’s packs a stainless steel cocktail shaker, four 10 oz. glasses and three zippered pockets for other goodies.
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