Let's face it: owning a different bag for every possible travel or adventure situation can get a bit cumbersome. But not every bag is suited to every scenario. Enter the Tessel Anti-Gravity Pack System — this modular backpack allows you to customize your bag at will, making it suitable for everything from a weekend trip, to a day hike, to your commute to the office. It uses magnets to allow you to add on backpack components as you need them, leaving behind everything you don't. And with coated fabrics and zippers, it's also pretty resilient against the elements. What more could you want?
Anyone who heads straight from work to the gym knows the hassles that can come from having two different bags for each, or worse, having to stuff sweaty shorts down in with your laptop. The Aer Duffel Pack aims to fix this problem by giving you a main compartment for clothes and gear, a ventilated pocket for your shoes, a separate compartment for your laptop, tablet, and cables, and quick-access side pockets for smaller items like your phone and notebook. On the exterior, you'll find backpack-style straps that make it easy to carry and a rugged exterior of water-resistant ballistic nylon that'll keep whatever's inside safe from the elements.
It's pretty tough to beat a good backpack for a day-to-day carry-all — comfortable, spacious, useful — but odds are that two-strapped bag you have slung over your shoulder doesn't exactly scream professional. If you're looking for a bag that looks appropriate in the office while still keeping everything that makes a backpack great, you need a Shinola Runwell Backpack. Made in the USA from high-quality Horween leather, these bags sport a canvas-lined interior, plenty of pockets, double zippers, a padded laptop sleeve, and much more. So you can comfortably carry all your gear every day, without looking like you're headed to junior high school.