Killspencer Weekender 2.0
Credit: Tom Schierlitz

Killspencer Weekender 2.0

Too many duffel bags, carry-ons, and backpacks wear out after just a couple of years of travel getaways, but we're blown away by the retro-build quality of the Killspencer Weekender 2.0. Handcrafted from Korean War–vintage canvas in a downtown Los Angeles workshop, the square-formed satchel can swallow up to five days' worth of clothes, and sports plush pockets big enough for even iPads and ultrabook laptops. The open top construction means that the zipper goes past the end of the bag, opening it up completely, which lets you access and pack your stuff super quickly. And its ­waterproof exterior boasts webbing that can withstand up to 4,000 pounds of force – saving your threads from being tormented by the TSA. [$375–$595; killspencer.com]