There’s a Reason They’ve Sold Nearly $2M of These Bags
Pockets? Yeah, they’ve got pockets.
All we ever wanted: the perfect bag.
Organized. Accessible. Portable. Equally at home in office or gym.
Should be a simple ask, but few meet these elementary requirements.
Enter these riffs on the everyday messenger from S.F.’s own Peak Design.
The collection comprises three bags: You’ve got a tote, two backpacks and a sling. We’re eliminating the sling from contention. Friends, don’t wear a sling. Unless you’re hiking. By yourself.
Of the two candidates left, our heart belongs to the backpack. It’s a good size — either 20 or 30 liters — and comes in a refined charcoal or ash.
If you’re a fan of Peak, it’s probably for their camera bags, and the designers transplanted many of the same organizational strategies here, like removable, flexible dividers to separate your gear and keep things safe.
Side pockets offer easy access (to tripods, for example), while a dedicated laptop sleeve does its job.
These are bags made to get a job done.
So get out there and put ’em to use.
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