Temple Parachute Tote

It's great that you're packing reusable bags when you head to the grocery store, but what about those impulse purchases you're not expecting to make? The Temple Parachute Tote ($26) is a nearly perfect solution. Made from re-purposed WWII-era military parachutes, this rip-stop nylon bag features two large Velcro-closure inner pockets, a single, smaller interior pocket for smaller items, and collapses into a 4"x4" square when not in use, ensuring it will be with you when you need it.

  • Hideo Feather Carry-On Trolley

    Good luggage doesn't have to cost a fortune. The Hideo Feather Carry-On Trolley ($190) is a fine example, with a lightweight, water-repellent nylon exterior, three outer zippered pockets, three mesh interior pockets, a zipper closure, and adjustable straps to hold everything in place. We recommend sticking with the green or red models, lest you need to adorn it in garish muti-colored straps to keep it standing out in the wilds that are baggage claim.

  • Makr Ruck Sack

    Carry your laptop, iPad, or other goods over one or both shoulders without looking like a high schooler in the Makr Ruck Sack ($160). Available in a very light natural, brown, or black canvas, this simple pack features stylish exterior closures, multiple pockets, leather washers and reinforcements, cotton webbing, and padded straps. If you're interested, hurry up -- they're limited to just 50 of each color.

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