This is something only paranoid people have, this is something everyone should have.
The Ona Bowery is a thing of beauty. I love this bag, perfect size for mirrorless shooters. Buy it on Amazon.
Hands down the Tom Bihn Parental Unit. Review here. Still use it, still love it. Buy it here.
I love the Tom Bihn Daylight Briefcase for those small outings where you only need to carry a few things. Great bag, and as a bonus it can fold down to nothing.
Tom Bihn Founder’s Briefcase. This is a really great bag, I’be given mine away, but it’s what I used for most “professional” meetings I would attend. It’s on of the bags I really like the style of. My review is here. Buy it (no affiliate available).
Good packing list for women looking to travel in one bag.
Last updated: September 18th, 2016 Aer Travel Pack The Good: Good looking One of the better organized bags I’ve tested Great value Lots of padding The Bad: Compression straps don’t work as well as I would like Lots of jingly zippers Shoe compartment really only works for smaller footed people Price: $220 Posts: here. Buy […]
I love the fabric, and am still amazed at how large this bag packs.
Yes, let’s talk more about bags.
It’s a backpack and a shoulder bag, and I quite like it.
Just a few notes on the bags I have around me and how they work with the iPad Pro.
It’s a cool looking bag, and a hell of a deal.
It’s a primary bag, not a secondary one and it holds a lot.
Mike Bates has a great post responding to my calls for bag setups. Interesting use of a sleeve as his lightest carry option.
Chris Vannoy shares his work travel gear.
Nice tips from Álvaro Serrano in response to my bag post the other day.
Always choose the backpack.
I found another backpack I love, and the perfect three night travel bag.
This post has been making the rounds, and why not? It’s a very detailed and beautiful look at the creation of what looks to be a lovely bag. It’s nerd heaven. What struck me was the fact that no one actually talked about the bag itself, which doesn’t look all that great to me. I […]
One of Michael Lopp’s travel tips: My travel tip is this: every three months, sit down on the floor of your office, take whatever bags accompany you around the planet, open them, and pour the contents on your floor. From there, you are making two piles: shit you need and shit you think you need. […]