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Ignoble Lenore Capsule Backpack

Ignoble Lenore Capsule Backpack

Is it a duffle bag? A backpack? Both? Whatever the answer, the Ignoble Lenore Capsule Backpack ($250) is definitely handy. Made from ballistic nylon with a Ripstop nylon interior, the Lenore features padded shoulder straps and an airmesh back for those times when you want a backpack, and a padded exterior handle for when you prefer a duffle. Other features include dual exterior zippered "stash" pockets, a dual-zippered main compartment with an internal book sleeve and hanging pocket, side compression straps, and a no-nonsense, military-esque look.

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    For anyone who makes short-term trips around their home or across the country, a weekender bag is an essential — and you could do a lot worse than the Killspencer Weekender 2.0 Bag ($375). Available in black or olive waxed twill, or in "historical reserve" fabrics culled from the Korean and Vietnam wars, these versatile bags offer leather handles, water-resistant "aquazip" zippers, dual external pockets, an interior waterproof zip pocket, dual notebook pockets, and pocket compatibility with the iPad or MacBook Air.

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