Smith the Roll Pack from Millican is a perfect eco-friendly rambler for daily adventures that’s built excellently, has plenty of room for your stuff, but still looks good when it’s not totally full.
- Lovely look — vintage, honest aesthetic, but with the very modern fabric it makes it feel a little more stylish. Very conscientious materials — Bionic® Canvas Outer Fabric: 38% cotton, 57% recycled polyester, 5% high-tenacity polyester, 100% paraffin wax impregnated. Lining Fabric: 100% recycled polyester.
- Lots of pockets — easy access on the outside and the inside of the bag to lots of organization.
- Roomy, but looks good minimal — tons of room in here to make this sucker carry all your stuff, but it also looks carries great with just a few items in it. Best of both worlds.
- Very comfortable — the shoulder straps and back panel have very comfortable padding and it’s set up so your back can breathe.
Other Bags to Check Out:
The Weekender Meeting bag from North St. is an excellent little slimline daily carry bag. Built by hand in Portland, OR, with great materials. Attaches to the larger Weekender Travel Bag.
The Pro Executive Backpack from Waterfield Designs is an exceedingly great bag for any of you business-y type people out there. Whoooo doggie.
The Homebase series from Tortuga features this incredibly lightweight sailcloth material that's water resistant and super strong. (It feels light and scary! But it's damn strong stuff.) This makes for an incredibly light and resilient travel bag.
A compact and more "built for everyday uses" version of their infamous GR1, this Echo pack from GoRuck is the kind of bag you buy once and use for decades.
The Everyday Messenger from Peak Design is a delightfully innovative messenger, with the capabilities to be used as both serious office bag and adventure photography/drone bag.