The Flight Nylon Collection is made from its namesake Flight Nylon, a tightly woven fabric originally used in flight jackets for warmth as well as weather- and stretch-resistance. It’s a material well-regarded for high-tensile strength, a luxuriously soft feel and a distinctly crisp look — all ideal qualities to protect and transport a MacBook or any of your other precious tech. Learn more at GearPatrol … Continue reading What I Want Saturday – Incase Flight Nylon MacBook Bag
Sea Bags are born as sails and transformed into nautically inspired totes and accessories. Get them at Seabags.
At Sea Bags, “recycled” and “sustainable” are not afterthoughts. Base materials are upcycled from used sails. In addition, 20% of sales of this product – Rose Gold Anchor Handbag – will go to the Maine Cancer Foundation to help fund cancer prevention and treatment programs for all those affected by cancer in Maine.Continue reading “What I Want Saturday”
Make sure your child’s bag is light when it’s empty. You’re going to put enough in as it is, don’t add unnecessary weight. Look for a carry-on that rolls, but can also double as a backpack. Rollers come in handy, but there are moments (think escalators and rental car bus shuttles) when you’ll be thankful your little one can put their bag on their back and go. Read more HERE.Continue reading “Throwback Thursday – Kids Packing Tips”
Inspired by vintage orchard design, the Gathering Bag offers versatility in use, wearing, emptying and care. It’s multiway straps allow for comfortable chest or back carrying, while it’s drop-out bottom makes quick work of emptying the harvest. Constructed of weather- and water-resistant waxed canvas and complete with a removable liner, the Gathering Bag is the essential foraging and harvesting partner. Find it HERE. Continue reading What I Want Saturday
Save the planet. . . one 12 or 20 pack of beer at a time.
Igloo, the maker of typical plastic coolers, wants to eliminate single-use styrofoam coolers by creating one that’s reusable and completely biodegradable. It’s called the Recool and will cost $10.