Fanny packs might be called “hip packs” these days in an attempt to not sound as dorky, but there’s no denying the roots here. Everyday Carry reader Markus Pfell shares his bag, which holds a surprising amount of stuff.
It’s back to school season, so that means it’s time to get your backpack in order. Reader Daniel Greco shares his bag for doing just that.
These days, a backpack can do all kinds of things to make organizing your stuff easier. Case in point, Everyday Carry reader Denis Kabistan’s pack, which is packed full of tech but still super organized.
Covering big events as a videographer is always tough, but if you’re curious about how the pros do it, the folks over at Tested run through what they brought to Comic-Con this year.
An entrepreneur’s travel essentials
Sometimes, you just want a deep bag you can cram tons of stuff into. Case in point, Everyday Carry reader and design student Ryo Kosaka’s bag.
Traditional messenger bags are monolithic beasts when it comes to storage capacity, easily fitting a 30-pack alongside a few binders, but plenty of smaller iterations have come about over the years. Case in point, Everyday Carry reader Emma Morales’ tech-filled micro-sized bag.
Standard briefcase styles seems less in vogue these days, but Everyday Carry reader Tyler Condie reminds us that they’re still a great way to organize your daily gear, especially when the bag’s a sturdy leather.
Making good accessories for Apple products means paying close attention to what Apple’s doing from a design standpoint, and making your products fit that same mold. Twelve South is one of the better known company’s for keeping things stylish, and their creative director shares his tools for doing so.
Working as a technology support administrator means you need to have access to all sorts of gadgets. Case in point, reader Chris Farnell shares his bag, packed with all sorts of little things.
Being a student doesn’t have to mean being a mess. Case in point, reader Anders Nordlander’s shares their bag.
You don’t need as many accessories as you used to for a computer repair job, but that doesn’t mean you don’t need some specific instruments. Case in point, reader Mark Jordan’s briefcase, packed full of everything he needs.
GoPros are tiny, but that doesn’t mean a good organization system for all the accessories doesn’t go a long way. Case in point, reader Mike McG’s bag, which includes lot of tools for video, editing, and more.
Being a zookeeper is a pretty special job. Over on Everyday Carry, read Franz Garcia shares his mini organizer that he keeps around on the job.
Simplicity is all you really need in a bag, and reader Crystal C’s is a great example of that. Packed with just her essentials for writing, it’s clean and light.
Heading out for weekend adventure is great, but you’ll always want a handful of stuff with you for the ride. Here’s what Everyday Carry reader Pete K brings along.
Not every bag should be fancy. In fact, most of us just want something simple. Case in point, reader Torsten Dillenburg’s bag.
Leather is always a pricey choice for bags and cases, but it also lasts an incredibly long time. Over on Everyday Carry, reader Whosthemann shares his leather saddle bag and its contents.
If you’re heading out into the world for a little day trip with a baby, you’ll need a very special set of stuff. Here’s what Everyday Carry reader Dan P brings along with him.