- Buyer's Guide
Why carry a big bag when you don’t need to carry a lot of stuff? The Arc’teryx Blade 6 backpack is a compact daypack that’s great at handling the essentials. Plus its clean design suits urban environments and won’t look out of place in the office. Side access to the main compartment reveals space for […]
The Wren is a lightweight messenger for the ladies that doesn’t make you choose between style and functionality. The bag is large enough to carry your work or weekend essentials without being so big that it starts to get in the way. Plus it’s not short of handy features such as a removable stabilizer strap, […]
If you’re looking for a versatile, functional bag you can’t go wrong with Timbuk2’s Classic Messenger which is…well, a classic. Organization is sorted with exterior front zippered pockets and interior mesh and slip pockets, while the waterproof TPU lining and flap corners that fold inwards for weatherproofing means your gear will stay dry even if […]
Compact and straightforward to use, the Shibata is a great value option when you’re on the go with a less involved camera setup. The bag fits a camera body and spare lens plus accessories, with an understated design that doesn’t shout “Expensive camera gear right here!” It’s well-padded for protecting the contents and providing user […]
The Snoop is a camera bag that doesn’t look like a camera bag, which is great for keeping expensive gear out of the spotlight and away from prying eyes. The rugged Cordura exterior and waterproof TPU lining will take a beating while still protecting the contents, though the bulk of the protection comes in the […]
The first bag out of the gate from the “new” Timbuk2, the Especial Tres is beefy, stands up to tough weather – made for the demanding bike messenger/commuter.