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The laptop has made it possible for us to work almost anywhere on earth; from the cramped quarters of a plane seat, to a relaxing beach. But away from the privacy of your office, you often want to keep prying eyes off your screen, which is why this No. 1 leather laptop bag from La Fonction is so brilliant. It transforms into a tiny mobile cubicle, letting you work with adequate privacy no matter where you set up your temporary office.
It’s all but impossible to leave your house with just your phone and wallet these days. You also need charging cables, maybe a backup battery, and a host of other accessories you probably can’t survive the day without. In fact, most of us leave the house better equipped than astronaut’s taking a spacewalk — which is why this sci-fi-inspired Space Odyssey messenger bag seems so fitting.
The Boy Scouts advocate always being prepared, and that motto is a lot easier to put into practice with this transforming waterproof jacket from Vamoose. When it’s pouring it keeps you dry and protected from the rain, but when the storm passes the jacket transforms into a lightweight backpack so it’s easy to carry in case inclement weather returns.
Replace that mountain of awkward reusable shopping bags you’ve somehow amassed with Herschel’s new packable backpack, which should make hauling home a week’s worth of groceries a lot easier. Made from rip stop nylon, the packs can be squeezed into a compact internal pouch for easy storage or carrying as an emergency backup, and come complete with adjustable shoulder straps and an external pocket.
Mother Earth-lovers everywhere are, at this point, pretty used to carrying around reusable totes for their shopping excursions. In San Francisco, they’re almost as ubiquitous as non-tossable water bottles — especially since a checkout bag ordinance was passed last year that charges customers a cool dime for every paper sack they need.
If you hate living out of your suitcase when you travel, but you’re also just too damn lazy to hang stuff up or fill a drawer, these Rise & Hang bags are the perfect solution to your biggest travelling gripe. The $99 Weekender bag uses the company’s patented collapsible shelving system, so all you need to find is a secure place to hang it and you’re instantly unpacked.