Targus 15” Newport Backpack 

Targus 15” Newport Backpack 
uk.targus.com 
£99.99 
 
The Newport Backpack from Targus has been designed with work-to-leisure in mind, visualised as something that would be at home in a professional context, but could just as easily come with you into town for a shop and a stroll around afterwards. Most significantly, it’s been designed with tablets and slim laptops in mind and yet it doesn’t scream ‘laptop bag’, making it a far safer place to stash those work essentials as you go about your regular day. 

Osprey Farpoint wheels 36 litre

The FarPoint wheels 36 is a travel bag designed by Osprey, it has everything a conventional suitcase would have but can also double up as a backpack. If the rugged terrain gets too much for the wheels on the suitcase the telescopic handle can be pushed down and the inner panel unzipped to reveal the shoulder harness and hip belt for added security. As well as having dozens of compartments for various items the suitcase also has straps inside and outside the bag to keep everything secure, so it doesn’t shake around.

Aer Sling Bag 2

My gym buddy and I meet most evenings at the gym: I arrive in my gym gear with nothing more than a bottle of water and a towel whereas my friend comes straight from work, although you could be forgiven for thinking she just jumped off a long-haul flight by the number of bags she brings. The issue she faces is that she needs carry both her work stuff and gym gear without either coming into contact on the way home. Neither sweaty gym shoes nor laptop should ever know the other exists!

Eagle Creek Cargo Hauler Rolling Duffle 120L

When I first received this bag, I wondered why I had been sent a body bag to review, but on closer inspection, I discovered it was the Cargo Hauler Rolling Duffle. This big boy has a whopping 120L capacity and what a better way to test it out than to take it over 4,000 miles away to Florida.