The Traveler Bag by the Lost Explorer

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Designed for both frequent travelers and adventurers, the Traveler Bag by The Lost Explorer cleverly combines function and elegance in one practical product. “Road tested by explorers and mentored by Nature, The Lost Explorer crafts, curates and collaborates on products that are imbued with the spirit of adventure”, the company says. This bag maintains this approach while also displaying an impressive attention to detail. The innovative and eco-friendly corkshell material is water resistant and light, used here in a custom three-layer construction along with wool to better handle the demands of any journey. The military-spec hardware adds more reliability and durability, giving more peace of mind at the same time. Inside, the bag is structured in various compartments, each providing a different purpose. A large compartment featuring a center zip is designed to hold a suit jacket and its hanger. Above this storage space, there’s a conveniently removable and fully lined shoe bag and six pockets which can be used for storing items of various sizes, from socks and shirts to headphones and phone chargers. A larger pocket can hold a 17” laptop and closes with a zipper; other compartments feature magnetic closures. Three external pockets provide generous space for items that need to be within reach on the go, while the use of both a strap and handles allow the owner to carry the bag in two ways. The Traveler Bag is made in the USA from natural and premium materials –  you can order it here.

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