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Best Laptop Bags 2020

Best Laptop Bags 2020

You could carry your laptop by itself, but then where would you put its accessories, and how would you protect it? The right way to travel with your computer gear is in a bag, and Everyday Carry has picked 10 of their favorite backpacks and briefcases for laptops, each offering ample storage space, padding, and ease of access.

Battery Organizer Briefcase

Battery Organizer Briefcase

Sick of digging through drawers looking for batteries? Keep them all in one spot in this briefcase-style organizer. It’s got foam cutouts for AA, AAA, C, D, 9V, and button batteries, along with zippered pockets for other sizes. It also comes with a battery tester, and its makers claim its fireproof, waterproof, and even explosionproof.

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Wood Writers’ Briefcase

Wood Writers’ Briefcase

Meticulously made by Blue Star Crafts, this walnut and brass briefcase is perfect for artists, writers, architects, and designers. Its top half holds pens, pencils, and other small objects, while its bottom is great for notebooks and other everyday items. A hidden stick props its lid up, transforming it into a writing surface.

TZL Wooden Briefcase

TZL Wooden Briefcase

Give your laptop and everyday work essentials a handsome and substantial home in this beautiful wood briefcase from TZL Concept. The solid wood case is handmade from pieces of real walnut, and its leather interior has compartments and straps for organizing accessories. It can be carried by its handle or a shoulder strap.

OmniShelf Computer Workstation

OmniShelf Computer Workstation

Equipped with industrial-strength magnets and suction cups, this portable folding shelf provides a laptop desk on the go. It sticks to smooth surfaces like windows, or metal ones like the side of a truck. It has four small magnets at top for holding tools or a smartphone, and folds up like a briefcase for travel. Holds up to 40 lb.

Beer Briefcase

Beer Briefcase

So you’ve been tasked with bringing beer to the party. You could carry the bottles in the cardboard pack they came in, but what are you, a caveman? The only way to tote beer is in this top-secret briefcase, which securely holds six 12oz. bottles in its custom foam cutouts. Handcuffs sold separately.

StowCo Cooler Briefcase

StowCo Cooler Briefcase

This compact and inconspicuous case is a great way to transport booze on the down-low. It holds up to 10 cans, 6 beer bottles, or 3 wine bottles. Its closed cell insulation and cold-retaining zipper help keep drinks chilled for up to 5 hours.

Transit Arkiv Briefcase

Transit Arkiv Briefcase

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.

Carryology x Pacsafe Briefcase

Carryology x Pacsafe Briefcase

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.

RMU BRFCS Bag

RMU BRFCS Bag

Rocky Mountain Underground’s BRFCS is no ordinary briefcase. It can expand from 35L to 50L if needed, is made from weather-resistant nylon, and has a hidden pocket for your valuables. It also has a storable backpack harness and waist belt.

Bellroy Duo Totepack

Bellroy Duo Totepack

A compact, urban backpack that doubles as a briefcase tote. It’s got an expandable main compartment with padded section for up to a 15″ laptop,┬ásmall compartments for accessories, and is made from water resistant, sustainable fabric with a watertight zipper.

ZLAY Geometric Seat Briefcase

ZLAY Geometric Seat Briefcase

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.

The 48Hr Switch

The 48Hr Switch

An elegant and versatile bag which quickly transforms between backpack, briefcase, and messenger. It’s got compartments for gadgets and gear, and an expandable main section that can hold clothing and even camera gear. Available in leather or canvas/leather combos.

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Companion Bamboo Briefcase

Companion Bamboo Briefcase

Nisantari’s briefcase is absolutely stunning, crafted from real bamboo wood with rich leather accents. Inside, there are compartments for your smartphone, pens, cards, passport, chargers, and a custom foam pad that holds laptops up to 13″. Also available in mahogany.

Slaint Arroe Briefcase

Slaint Arroe Briefcase

Slaint offers an elegant line of executive grade bags. The Arroe is made from 100% saddle leather wrapped around a wood structure, and lined with microfiber, with pockets for a laptop, tablet and phone, as well as a built-in battery with USB and laptop charging ports.

Booq Boa Saddle

Booq Boa Saddle

Booq’s lightweight briefcase is deceptively spacious. Its main compartment can documents, gadgets, chargers and even a water bottle, and a padded slot holds a 15.6′ laptop. It’s water-resistant, and has real leather handles.

Stealth Graffiti Briefcase

Stealth Graffiti Briefcase

Whether graffiti is public art or a public nuisance will always be a hotly-debated topic, but there’s no question that Bob Partington’s portable James Bond-quality street painting machine is an awesome bit of kit. (Thanks Dave!)

Mountain Briefcase

Mountain Briefcase

A bag that fits both business and pleasure. Topo Designs’ Mountain Briefcase is also a shoulder bag and a backpack. It has a padded laptop sleeve inside and two cinch straps at the base.

Carbon Fiber Attache

Carbon Fiber Attache

You’ll look like a real bad-ass walking into a meeting with one of these Zero Halliburton cases constructed from real carbon fiber. It’s perfect for spies, CIA agents, or better yet, just carrying your lunch.

Silva Bamboo MacBook Case

Silva Bamboo MacBook Case

Looking for a stylish and unique way to protect and carry your MacBook? Silva’s briefcases are made from caramel bamboo, imparting a warm natural shell to your modern plastic and metal gadget.

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TATO Commuter Bicycles

TATO Commuter Bicycles

These bicycles have a space in the middle of the frame, large enough to hold a briefcase. The rigid frame protects the object, while the object lowers the bike’s center of gravity, increasing stability.

Samsonite Attache Centenary

Samsonite Attache Centenary

Dad’s briefcase gets modern with the Attache Centenary: Samsonite celebrates its 100th birthday with a Japan-only, 100 piece re-release of a 1960s classic, albeit with a 15.4″ laptop pocket.

TravelTeq Trash Briefcase

TravelTeq Trash Briefcase

Don’t let its name fool you: TravelTeq’s Trash Briefcase is definitely more than meets its Italian leather shell with 8 compartments (4 open, 3 zipped, 1 cigar) plus room for a 15″ laptop.

The Impervious Briefcase

The Impervious Briefcase

Made with bulletproof glass plastic, The Impervious Briefcase is an accordion-style bag with a shell that snaps back from dents; it holds a 15.4″ laptop and weighs just 3 pounds.

Philanthropist Briefcase

Philanthropist Briefcase

Made with 17.5 oz Ugandan canvas, Filson and Apolis’ Philanthropist Briefcase is an initiative to rebuild Uganda’s textile industry and connect those who make it to those who wear it.

Jack Spade Utility Brief

Jack Spade Utility Brief

Jack Spade’s Wear Utility Brief may be pricey, but this utilitarian bag is designed to last: the paraffin-soaked cotton is mark-proof while the handles are reinforced with rivets.

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