Five Weekend Bags Worth the Investment

July 21st, 2010

Summertime is the perfect time to jetset - even if it’s only on a weekend trip to the city, country, or seaside.  And on your jetsetting travels, you’re going to want a weekend bag that’s as smart and as stylish as you.  What are you looking for in a weekend bag?  A bag that’s high on form and function - and one made of heavy-duty materials that will withstand a beating.  This is the bag that’ll accompany you on your globetrotting adventures - so it’s definitely worth the investment.  As you’ll be traveling near and far with this bag, an additional bonus is to look for a bag that doesn’t broadcast the wealth of the owner.  Here’s five classic weekend bags that fit the bill:

Classic Duffle | $350 at T. Anthony
For a bag that’s the epitome of understated luxury, go T. Anthony.  Quality is guaranteed on this bag - and if it breaks, T. Anthony will fix it for free.

Roma Moto Stitched Leather Duffel | $375 at Kenneth Cole
The all leather construction of this stitched duffel bag makes you look smart and sophisticated.

Medium Duffle Bag | $295 at Filson
Filson’s rugged twill luggage will hold anything you can carry on your shoulder.

Alpha Large Soft Travel Satchel | $325 at Tumi
The only downside of carrying a Tumi bag is that they’re so ubiquitous.

Cambridge Leather Weekend Bag | £1075.00 (approx. $1644) at Swaine Adeney Brigg
For timeless elegance, it’s hard to do better than a bag from Swaine Adeney Brigg.  Their refined craftsmanship and their impressive heritage (they made James Bond’s original attach√© case) make them the go to brand if you’re looking to splurge.

Entry Filed under: Men,Shopping Guide

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Asianmommy  |  July 22nd, 2010 at 7:29 pm

    Love the black leather Kenneth Cole!

  • 2. Gary  |  July 26th, 2010 at 7:49 am

    Man, those all carry a pretty hefty price tag!

  • 3. Trisha  |  July 26th, 2010 at 9:30 pm

    They do – but a good bag is an investment piece imho.

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