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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]

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    You spent a lot of money buying your high-end DSLR, so why are you carrying it around in $5 worth of nylon? The Hard Graft Frame1 Camera Bag (£300; roughly $470) is a fitting case for your shooter, handmade in Italy from premium vegetable tanned leather, and featuring a soft leather lining, plenty of padding, a removable divider, signature wool felt details on the shoulder strap, and a small zip pocket for memory cards, cables, your phone, or other goodies.

  • Everlane Weekender Bag

    Since Everlane is all about offering luxury-quality goods at affordable prices, it's no surprise that their Weekender Bag ($95-$180) follows this formula perfectly. Sporting a canvas or suede outer with or without stripes, the bag is 22-inches long with leather handles that drop a full foot — making them great for handheld or shoulder use — as well as a waterproof lining, leather zipper pulls, a hidden interior pocket, and small metal feet to protect the bottom and help it stand upright.