Peak Design Travel Line

Travel is one of the most exciting ways to put your gear to use, but let's face it, parts of it can be… inconvenient, to say the least. Case in point: packing. There's a fine line between over- and under-packing for a trip: too much leads to the hassle of checking baggage, and leaving things behind can present its own set of struggles. As frequent flyers themselves, the team at Peak Design know this problem all too well. With their experience developing and crowdfunding state-of-the-art, incredibly functional packs, they're set to solve the travel packing problem with their new Travel Line—a one-bag travel system that combines form and function in one feature-rich package.

The foundation of the new Travel Line system is the 45L Travel Backpack. Taking functional cues from their experience with their popular EDC backpack and slings maximized in an ideal carry-on size, each side and panel of the Travel Backpack is lined with features. Its core is a clamshell-opening 45L main compartment with generous space to fit the rest of the Travel Line system, accessible from either side and top access to the laptop/tablet slot. Expansion zips let you make full use of its 45L capacity as a carry-on pack, while compression straps let you compact the bag to a daypack-friendly 35L. You also get a full suite of thoughtful details like a front admin panel, grab handles from every angle, theft-deterrent zippers, hidden pockets galore, and even stowable shoulder and waist straps. Keeping it all together is the Travel Pack's exterior shell made from field-proven and weatherproofed 400D nylon made from 100% recycled plastics.

Along with the Travel Backpack, the Travel Line also brings a complete line of packing cubes and pouches of every size and purpose, all designed to look and work seamlessly on their own, with each other, and with the backpack itself. From a dopp kit to a tech pouch to compressible packing cubes and camera cubes featuring Peak Design's signature FlexFold dividers (giving you a completely customizable modular system for your camera gear), you're able to assign a function to every pouch, organizing all your essentials for quick swapping depending on your activity and to ensure nothing gets left behind.

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Peak Design Everyday Slings

When it comes to carrying our daily essentials, less is usually more. But most of the time, we need a bit more space than our pockets can accommodate. Sure, you can always carry a bag, but when you're trying to be more mobile or keep your gear minimal, that isn't always the best solution. That's where sling bags come in handy, thanks to their purpose-driven design to both stay out of your way and keep your gear quick at hand. And with two sizes to fit your needs, Peak Design's Everyday Slings are just the ticket for a more streamlined—but still fully-capable—EDC.

The most efficient gear is usually the most effective, and with the 5L Everyday Sling, Peak made sure to make the most out of the bag's space. The 5L features two main outer pockets, one interior zipped pocket, and a padded sleeve for a small tablet. The roomier main compartment and quick-access front pocket are both secured with waterproofed, sealing zippers, while the inner pocket comes with color-coordinated slots to keep essentials like batteries and memory cards organized.

The main compartment's key feature is a unique Peak design: the FlexFold dividers. With hook and loop fields on both the front and rear of the main compartment, these dividers can be adjusted for the perfect fit for your gear whether you're carrying a simple travel setup all the way to a complete set of accessories for a camera or drone. And speaking of adjustment, the sling comes with a 3-point adjustment system with a quick-adjustment point along the main strap that lets it adapt to any body type comfortably and securely.

If you have more gear or setups than the 5L can make room for, then the Peak Design's flagship 10L sling should have the room you need, short of moving up to a full-sized messenger bag. In addition to the roomier main compartment (which you can also subdivide with the FlexFold system), the bag itself can be expanded or compressed as needed with a couple of adjustable front straps. The inner sleeve also gets more room and can comfortably fit a larger tablet or a 13” laptop. As with the 5L, the 10L also has an adjustable 3-point strap system to fit your body type and use throughout the day.

Both bags feature waterproofed synthetic canvas exteriors, securable zipper pulls, and heavy-duty straps and buckles to last the heaviest use cases as well as contents. And if black doesn't fit the rest of your carry you have an option to pick up original Ash colorway on the 5L, and an additional Charcoal on the 10L as well. Grab the 5L Everyday Sling from Amazon at the link below, and check out the 10L at the link here.

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Peak Design Everyday Bags

Peak Design out of San Francisco is no stranger to crowdfunding gear for the EDCer. After hitting the mark on five previous Kickstarter projects designed for the discerning shutterbug, they've got their sights set on quality bags for everyday carry. Already funded in spades, the Everyday Backpack, Tote, and Sling all give you the option to have the best pack for every purpose.

The Everyday Backpack comes with ample storage for all your gear with a primary focus on ease of access and use thanks to a whole slew of pockets like  wraparound, expanding side pockets with dual zippers, and a quick-access, MagLatch-secured top hatch. There's also heaps of internal organization thanks to its customizable FlexFold dividers. You can carry it comfortably thanks to adjustable custom hardware, a side handle for a briefcase-style grip, and a pass-through rear compartment for pairing with rolling luggage.

The Everyday Tote offers a classic design you can customize with dividers and matches it with easy access to all its nooks and crannies. You can reach in for your gear through an easy-open magnetic top clasp or through either of its side access panels. The Tote can be carried as a backpack or cross-body sling bag thanks to adjustable external straps.

Need a low-profile daypack that gives you quick access to your EDC? The Everyday Sling's got you covered. It lays flat when not in use, making it easy to pack in larger luggage. You can use FlexFold dividers to organize its main compartment, with an expanding secondary space for extra storage. When you need to carry more, adjustable utility straps let you take along a tripod, yoga mat, jacket, or other necessities.

Whether you need to carry all your gear or you're just packing essentials for the day's errands, there's a Peak Design Everyday bag for you. Browse the collection at the Kickstarter link below.

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