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Goruck Kit Bags

Inspired by the military-issued bag given to all paratroopers on airborne operations, these Goruck Kit Bags ($200-$250) should be more than capable of handling your gear on your next trip. Built with highly water-resistant materials each of the two available sizes — the 57L CIVVY and the 84L MIL — features a small internal pocket next to the main zipper for holding smaller valuables, an external open pocket at the end of the bag for easy access to newspapers, books, and snacks, and the MOLLE webbing system to allow for customizability. Available in black, sand, or camo.

  • Barbour x Jack Spade Bags

    Get your gear safely from point A to point B with these Barbour x Jack Spade Bags ($250-$500). A collaboration between the Manhattan-based haberdasher and the legendary British outdoor clothing maker, these bags feature stylish utilitarian designs, and are made form the same waxed canvas material as Barbour's outerwear, enhanced by details like Italian leather straps and handles and custom brass hardware. Available in messenger, travelall, coal bag, and briefcase styles.

  • Dror x Tumi Backpack

    Most of Tumi's luggage and bag designs fall into the "conservative" category. The Dror x Tumi Backpack ($600) is surprisingly anything but. Designed by Dror Benshetrit, this expandable backpack can also function as a tote or briefcase simply by moving the straps around, and also offers a front zip pocket, a front open pocket, a back pocket that doubles as strap storage, a top zip opening, an interior laptop pocket good for carrying computers 15" and smaller, a media pocket, a zip pocket, an open pocket, a card pocket, and an interior key ring. The angular, architecture-inspired details on the front are just icing on the cake.