Ghurka Gearpack No. 4 Vintage Chestnut LeatherGET IT
If you’re a big fan of finely crafted leather gear—and we’re talking about serious artisanal craftsmanship—then the superb products from Ghurka are likely nothing new to you. However, having just dropped last week, their all-new Gearpack No. 4 is something we think you need to immediately have on your radar. This compact, yet ultra-capable pack is as functional in the field as it is handsome around your shoulder.
Staying true to one of the brand’s very first designs in their original collection, 45 years ago, this Gearpack is made from gorgeous vintage chestnut leather, adorned with thoughtful accents and exquisite artistry. Its utilitarian design pairs perfectly with its sophisticated aesthetic. Its dimensions are 12×4 inches, with a 12-inch depth, and it features a smooth zippered top closure, a separate interior laptop sleeve, a large front pocket with the brand’s signature post/tab closure, and it all fashions to your body with its ultra-comfy adjustable strap.
These packs are ‘Companions for Life’ as the brand puts it—and we couldn’t agree more. Built for real-world application and built for the long haul. Perfect for all of your professional necessities, casual travel gear, cameras, gadgets, every-day carry, and everything in between. This pack just so-damn impeccable that we can’t think of a critical thing to say about it. From the office, to the airport, to the park, to Happy Hour… this packs fits the bill.
Each product that Ghurka makes is an individual piece that’s unique to its owner (each pack comes with its own registration number), and you can even customize your pack further with a personalized monogram or a brass tag for your own personal touch. Not only are these packs tailored to suit all of your adventures, but they’re built to serve as your trusted daily driver for decades to come—an heirloom, if you will. This pack won’t let you down, nor will it ever go out of style.—Jon Perino, senior editor
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