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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.

  • Goruck Sand & Multicam Backpacks

    This isn't your sixth-grade JanSport. Like the original black versions, the new Goruck Sand & Multicam Backpacks ($225-$400) are for serious gear-carrying missions. They're built from military-grade, water-resistant materials, and offer multiple compartments, internal pockets for keeping your stuff in order, room enough for a laptop and/or tablet, a small external pocket for easy access to the things you need most often, either tan (Sand) or digital camo (Multicam) styling, and a lifetime guarantee. Combat boots optional. [Scouted by Stuart]

  • Blind Chic Scumbag Backpack

    With a name like that, it'd better be good — and the Blind Chic Scumbag Backpack (€120; roughly $150) doesn't disappoint. Built from olive green waxed cotton canvas with light blue lining, it offers plenty of room for goodies on the inside, and has a front panel that's ideal for hauling skateboards around on the outside. Other features include a removable chest strap, padded shoulder straps, a roll-top closure, and two interior pockets for smaller items like phones and cards.