We really dig the weathered leather appearance of this Powell Traveler Wallet by Fossil. It’s finished with contrast stitching and a horizontal cutout on the back, giving it modern appeal.
Perfect for urban warriors, LA-based Freshjive’s Camo Backpack features a vertical shape and padded shoulder straps to spread the load. Available in regular and desert camo.
Rugged on the outside but packed with pockets inside, Booq’s Vyper Exo is waterproof and made from semi-rigid ballistic nylon. It opens 180 degrees and at 4 lbs. is lighter than it looks.
While $425 seems like a lot for a pair of shoes, the AF-X Pack (a collab between Nike and Stash) includes a backpack, laptop sleeve, gadget pouch, phone case as well as AF-X Mids.
Timbuk2’s Covert Messenger Bag is like Superman and Clark Kent; it won’t leap tall buildings, but its center panel is black during the day yet reflective at night. PS: it’s on sale.
The “iconic” My Document Laptop Sleeve is made from neoprene, fits up to a 15.4″ notebook, and includes an arrow cursor pin. No word on whether it will gobble up MacBooks.
Finnish designer J. Saaranen’s Reppo II is a 21st century boombox: In its hardshell case is an integrated amp, coaxial speakers and enough room for a six-pack of Bud.
Icon’s Squad2 Mil Spec Pack is a highly visible, heavily pocketed backpack for motorcyclists whose orange colors meet military specs. It can stow a 15″ laptop and a helmet.
Skateboard packrats will dig Incase’s Skate Bag, which is a collab with pro-skater Paul Rodriguez. The bag not only has room for your board, but for extra decks, sneakers and more.
Yup, you read it right–this hip 13″ laptop sleeve is a collab between Arkitip, Incase and street artist KAWS’s Original Fake. The sleeve is debossed with an OF design and is softly padded inside.
Incase’s Vertical Sling Deluxe is a bit earthier than their other laptop bags and mixes washed canvas with leather. It’ll hold up to a 15″ MacBook Pro with extra pockets for your smaller gadgets.
Tumi’s latest line of high-end bags honors Ducati for its 2007 Grand Prix win. Our favorite is the Ducati Moto, designed for motorcycle riders with a flexible pocket to hold a helmet.
Brixton’s Chord Wallet is a classic bifold with a twist: a small compartment for guitar picks makes this perfect for six string slingers. Includes plenty of card slots and a bill pocket.
Malcolm Fontier’s bags and wallets have a globe trotting style we totally dig. The Entertainer holds up to a 14″ laptop; it also sports two zipper pockets and one magazine pocket.
Alchemy Goods’ Haversack is made from recycled materials such as inner tubes and seatbelts; the finished product looks pretty awesome. Bigger: AG Urban Messenger Bag.
Knomo’s Bungo 15″ Messenger Bags look upscale due to the genuine leather flaps and sides, but their nylon construction makes them highly durable and functional.
Hard Graft’s aesthetic jives with ours: simple and efficient. Their felt and leather pouches and wallets are geared towards specific gadgets like the iPhone, Kindle and Macbooks.
Fanny packs are deep into dork territory, but Chrome’s HipBone pulls it off with its slim form factor and 11 color choices. Versatile, too: hang it from your hip or use the optional shoulder strap.
Makr’s Tonal Plaid wallets make an old world statement with new world style; the plaid patterns are laser etched, while the odd shaped cutouts make it easier to pull out cards and bills.
Anything that minimizes travel hassles is fine by us. Made with black pigskin, this lockable travel wallet by Smythson features gold-stamped pockets for your docs and an extra zipper pocket.
Creative professionals, take heed: Booq’s water-resistant Python Pack hits a sweet spot for designers & photographers, with space for a 17″ MacBook Pro, SLR camera, and several lenses.
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