Standley’s LeanBag is the world’s first backpack that you can lean on. It has an aluminum frame that provides ample support for your back, and a rollout sitting pad to protect your butt from dirt. It’s dirt- and water-resistant and has lots of compartments to organize your belongings.
Bagsmart’s Xpedition backpack uses modules that attach to an X-shaped frame using Fidlock magnetic snaps. This not only keeps your items compartmentalized, it also distributes weight evenly, reducing strain when carrying the bag. You can choose from three module sets.
A simply gorgeous open-top backpack with a structured look and easy access to everyday items. It’s got plentiful storage and with an internal laptop pocket and mesh accessory pocket. It looks best in full-grain leather, but it’s also available in nylon/leather or Cordura.
You spent thousands on your camera gear, so why tote it around in an ugly nylon pack? Vi Vante’s premium leather camera bags feature the kind of quilting that you might find on the seats of six-figure luxury car, while offering the protection your equipment deserves.
While the weight of a suitcase made from wood makes it a bit impractical, we still love the look of this beautiful piece of luggage that Ollari’s created from bent pieces of 8mm thick plywood. It always amazes us the kind of things you can do with just wood, glue, and some skill.
Loctote improves on its one-of-a-kind anti-theft drawstring backpack. The Flak Sack II features an improved fabric that has the highest rating for slash, tear and abrasion resistance. Its locking strap is steel-reinforced, and its straps are also resistant to cutting as well.
This carry-on combines the airport friendliness of a roller bag with the everyday utility of a backpack. Its straps stow away when not in use, and its wheels have a fabric cover to protect your clothes when wearing it as a pack. Has a quick access padded laptop compartment too.
Colfax Design Works‘ rugged and capacious duffle/backpack combo weighs just a little over 1 lb., and is weatherproof and puncture-resistant. It has multiple lashing points on the outside, four grab handles, and carry straps that can be turned into backpack straps.
A smart, more portable alternative to weighty metal firesafes, FirePRUF’s briefcase-style bag is made of material that can withstand temperatures up to 1000ºF for up to 60 minutes, with a 1200ºF peak, protecting documents and small items from being destroyed by fire.
Mission Workshop’s bag is a proper workhorse for anyone who carries photography equipment. It’s got dedicated, padded spaces for a camera, lenses, a laptop, and other gear, and is compatible with Arkiv accessories. Pre-order by 8/29/18, and save $80 with code INTEGER.
Keep your items close and accessible without stuffing your pockets with DSPTCH’s new Sling Pouches. The small bag is ideal for keeping two items, the slim bag can keep three items, and the medium-sized one can fit a tablet or a book. Each one is available in two colorways.