90% duffle bag, 10% backpack, 100% awesome name. The Duffaluffagus ($80) by Poler is a classic duffle bag big enough to fit a whole week’s worth of goods. Carry it like a normal duffle, wear it as a backpack, or strap your skateboard to the bottom and pull it behind you. The Duffaluffagus doesn’t care how you use it, just that you use it.
If you are a bike commuter, you likely suffer from lack of practical storage space. The Retrovelo Bicycle Frame Bag ($385) solves your storage conundrum. This removable bag fits most horizontal top tube frames and has enough space your laptop and other daily necessities. Now you can keep your baggage off your back and focus on the road. Made from fine leather, comes in brown or black.
Straight from the Paul Rodriguez Signature Collection, this Incase Duffel Bag ($149.95) was designed with skateboarders in mind. Features include weather-resistant nylon construction, a spacious main compartment, exterior skateboard attachment with adjustable Velcro straps and abrasion-resistant composite exterior for easy and secure deck loading and a dual purpose carryall handle/padded shoulder straps with Velcro closure and stash pocket. The zippered side pocket contains a hideaway leash to create a rolling duffel when attached to your skateboard. Unfortunately, rad skateboarding skills are not included.
Ditch the dorky rolling suitcase and upgrade to a waterproof duffel like the Superdry Kitbag ($150). This heavy-duty duffel has a single inner compartment, adjustable over-shoulder padded straps and bag & shoulder strap logo prints. Its rugged enough to handle pretty much any trip you make. More colors available.
Need a new utility bag for your next fishing excursion, or a durable daily messenger bag to carry your office essentials? The Archival Field Bag ($220) provides practical style with high quality materials sourced mainly in the US, including waxed twill fabric, Horween leather straps, and brass hardware.
Seil Marschall is a German company that has been producing quality outdoor gear since 1896 using only natural materials to create lifetime durability. The Half Dome Heavyweight Backpack ($330) sets the bar for outdoor packs. With leather trim, brass hardwear, and zipped internal and external pockets, this pack will have you prepared in style for your next weekend excursion.
Become the king of your tailgate by bringing all the necessary mixology utensils in the Moore & Giles Meehan Utility Bag with Bar Rollup ($740). This bag sports a “myriad of organizational compartments and elasticized pockets for the professional bartender or bar enthusiast.” Mixological skills not included.
Need a new bag for a day trip, a weekend bender, or just need a new briefcase? Check out the Wood & Faulk Carpenter Bag ($129). The rugged leather bottom provides durability and it only gets better with age.