$195 at Thomas Pink.
Tennessee-based Colonel Littleton has been crafting American-made accessories for quite sometime and the No. 3 Grip travel bag gives us Garry Littleton’s depiction of Americana. The bag measures 21″ in length so it’s not too large and not too small plus the straps on the back are there to secure your umbrella. The Colonel’s signature brown native American steer hide is dry milled, making the bag soft and supple. They’ve retained natural hide markings to add to the character of the bag so expect this piece to get better with age. One of the defining qualities about Colonel Littleton is that they allow each of their pieces to be personalized. This is no different with the No. 3 Grip as you can have up to 3 initials placed on the brass oval plate. $875 at Colonel Littleton
Norse Projects and Ally Capellino have teamed together to create this vintage style back pack in British waxed canvas with leather details. The bag contains a compartment for laptops up to 15”. $280 at Norse Projects, but sold out at the moment.
The first Challenge was designed and patented in 1896. This tool bag is for fitment to the rear of a saddle bearing bag loops. It features buckles that whilst fastening the bag to the saddle, are located within the hold itself, thus ensuring greater levels of security and the strap that secures the unit encircles the tools it carries, to prevent them from rattling during transit. This would make a perfect weapon cleaning kit bag. $90 at Brooks.
You look up and see stars. But your Suunto Core sees an approaching squall. And it tells you with the Storm Alarm – one of several intelligent features that can help you make consistently good decisions. Building on the success of the venerable Suunto Vector, the Suunto Core keeps you informed with an accurate altimeter, barometer, digital thermometer, Weather Trend Indicator and digital compass.
The pressure gauge operates in four distinct modes, including an automatic setting that senses your movement or lack thereof, switching between altimeter and barometer accordingly. The compass features a rotating bezel for traditional use, or a one-touch function that allows you to sight, lock and follow a bearing. Daily functions include dual time, date, alarm, sports chronograph and predicted times for sunrise and sunset. This watch does everything! More info at Suunto. $264 on Amazon.