Simple, affordable, and by a local label. Shoulder strap included. Davis duffle bag, $70 at Durkl.
One of our favorite bag designs of all time. Milo tote, $425 at Ben Minkoff.
A beautiful natural canvas for only the most meticulous of travelers. Zip carryall, $320 at Makr.
A sleek army green will be perfect come fall. Duluth Pack canvas tote, $115 at Kaufmann Mercantile.
A simple, subtle stripe is all the detail you need. Everlane weekender, $95.
Look closely—that’s tightly checkered black and white, not gray. Want Les Essentials de la Vie O’Hare woven-cotton tote bag, $325 at Mr. Porter.
Love the patriotic two-tone vibe. Herschel Supply Company Totem messenger bag, $69.99 at Urban Outfitters.
Hard to argue with vegan leather for under $200. Matt & Nat Ayrton bag, $195.
A camo option for the more sartorially adventurous. Mini Duffaluffagus, $50 at Poler.
Another all-white options for the compulsively neat set. Rail and Wharf 48-hour duffel, $118 at J.Crew.
Also comes in camo and royal blue. Utility bag, $88 at Supreme.
We love the rugged leather options at J.W. Hulme, but they’re hella expensive. Here’s something more affordable. Utility canvas duffel bag, $185.
Gray flannel so sumptuous it’s worth the price tag. Duff bag, $485 at Gräf & Lantz.
Hard to argue with an orange-red that fierce. Banker’s wax weekender bag, $525 at Ernest Alexander.
Delightfully cheeky. Stanley & Sons polka-dot market bag, $150 at Unionmade Goods.
An unconventional shape that folds down to become more manageable. Chester Wallace classic tote, $150.
Love the red zipper on this otherwise entirely subdued duffle. $205 at Archival Clothing.
One of our favorite shapes from one of our favorite brands. Twill Swiss brief with flap, $184 at Jack Spade.
Slouchy but slick—and how amazing is that bright lining? Cuyana weekend bag, $120.
Made with plenty of authentic vintage military elements. Utility bag, $62 at Unions of Smith.