there is one In every gear lover’s life, they need a new bag (or four).All those laptop dongles, charging cables and hobby related accessories have to go somewhere。 As professional reviewers, we test a lot of backpacks, messenger bags, camera bags, handbags and wallets. good news? Several of our favorite products are on sale for Cyber Monday.
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This is the most versatile backpack we’ve tested. The included removable insert has four padded pockets for easy organization and, importantly, separation. Plug all your tech-adjacent dongles and chargers into the plug-in, then pop it out for a quick transformation into a travel-friendly carry-on, or use it to store baby gear for a quick transformation into a diaper bag.
We love the luggage loops that come with this neoprene, but unfortunately neoprene is not an environmentally friendly material. Easily attach the bag to your suitcase when traveling. It also has nice chunky zippers and comes in some brighter color schemes that other bags don’t have.
This bag is made from recycled polyester and nylon. It’s a pretty standard question pack, but simplicity is a good thing. The padded main compartment holds a 17-inch laptop, and the bag is backed by a lifetime warranty.
Tote Bags, Briefcases & Shoulder Bags Deals
Prefer a shoulder bag to a backpack? Our guides to the best tote bags and wallets and the best messenger bags have it covered.
Made from recycled plastic, this bag holds a lot of stuff. WIRED commentator Medea Giordano uses it as an all-rounder for her luggage, once successfully stuffing it into an oversized swimming pool float and High heel. We also like that you can put this sling in the washing machine as long as you pack it in the mesh bag.
This is the best traditional tote we’ve tested. Crammers, rejoice – this bag will hold anything you manage to fit inside, and it will distribute the weight evenly. There are also tons of pockets and a full zip closure to keep everything where it belongs.
The classic design of this bag means your investment will stay stylish for years to come. It focuses more on internal storage than organizational pockets, and while we like the traditional design, be aware that the bag isn’t waterproof and doesn’t have a full zip closure.
Trimmed in classic leather, this twill briefcase features an interior laptop pocket that’s easy to put in and out. It also includes a reusable shopping bag, so you can separate errand pickups from your everyday carry. We also appreciate the built-in umbrella loop.
This compact weatherproof bag is made from recycled polyester. An interior pocket fits gadgets 13 inches or smaller, while an exterior pocket easily fits a tablet or e-reader. Pockets on pockets round out the whole thing.
This is one of the best deals we’ve seen on this bag, which is 50% made from recycled polyester. It’s great for travel, especially thanks to the built-in luggage pass. No more fumbling with suitcases and handbags. Now you’ll be one of those cool people rolling all your luggage together at the airport.
camera bag deals
Check out our guide to the best camera bags for more, including other accessories like liners.
This is our favorite camera strap, and this deal is especially rare since the Roam is often out of stock. It can accommodate bulky cameras, extra lenses, and other accessories. You can even attach a tripod to the included shoulder strap on the bottom of the bag. It’s made from 840 denier and 1680D ballistic nylon with waterproof YKK zippers – durable and comfortable. We recommend pairing it with Wandrd’s Laptop Bag (also on sale for $47 ($12 off)), which lets you store your laptop vertically in a sling and provides some padded protection.
This is WIRED Reviews Editor Julian Chokkattu’s favorite camera bag. Inside, it has plenty of zippers, pouches and pockets. On the outside, we appreciated the roll top that can be extended on the go. This offer comes with a photo kit that includes a belt, assorted accessory straps and a camera cube to better protect your camera gear.
Want to lug camera gear without reminding your subway riders that you have a lot of expensive stuff on you? This is a good choice. The sleek, elegant design is still functional, with plenty of interior organization options within the roomy main compartment.
Here are our favorite everyday camera backpacks. It’s relatively affordable and available in a variety of eye-catching colors. A quick-access pocket on the side lets you take photography or video on the go, and the rear pocket keeps your laptop secure and close to your body. Inside, Velcro dividers allow you to keep your gear organized without worrying about another insert or cube. There is also a tripod strap on the base.
We appreciate the strap on the bottom of this sling, which is great for awkward items like tripods or light stands. There are roomy pockets, one of which has some pouches for organizing accessories. The front pocket is lined with faux fur to store fragile items like sunglasses.
This bag fills a unique void in the camera bag space. It’s a combination backpack shell and running vest, and it’s perfect for runners who want to snap a photo on their morning run. WIRED reviewer Scott Gilbertson loves using it while hiking and bird watching.
This large backpack has enough room for…well, anything. You can stuff your camera gear inside and leave room for other items, even oversized items like hoodies. It’s a great travel carry-on if you want to skip checked bags but still want to protect your camera body and lenses. It’s also incredibly durable—WIRED Reviews Editor Julian Chokkattu used it as a backpack and carry-on on his road trip around Iceland last summer. Make sure to add a Camera Cube Essential Plus or two for maximum organization.
This bag is specially designed for street photographers. This could be a great option if you’re on the go a lot. As the name suggests, the design is durable, but not at the expense of comfort. A magnetic clip makes it easier to change lenses or quickly access a new memory card.
WIRED Reviews Editor Julian Chokkattu is currently testing this bag and loves it. You can use the camera from the top or the side, and there’s padded protection for the laptop. Wear it as a backpack or carry it as a handbag. The clean design is attractive and the top can be closed with a magnetic snap or a weatherproof zip.
You can convert this bag from a messenger bag to a fanny pack. It doesn’t have the largest storage capacity, so it might be more appealing to people who like to shoot with a compact camera or phone. It’s also very cute.
Like a packing cube for your tech accessories, this is perfect for organizing and organizing your various flash drives, dongles, SD cards, and cleaning cloths. It also comes with another, smaller, removable tech organizer for items like cables and adapters. The organizer is sturdy enough to protect your belongings without getting lost in a sea of gear inside a larger tote.
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