The Perfect Bag For Your Next Escape


From a tough–as–nails spinner to a sharp weekender.

A white, speckled Monos traveling case
  1. For a week (or longer)  This designed–in–Canada case ($448, Monos) features an aerospace–grade polycarbonate shell and a compression pad that flattens clothes to help you pack like a pro.

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A blue fabric luggage on wheels
  1. For a brief getaway  Glide over uneven surfaces thanks to this compact spinner's ($450, Thule) oversize rear wheels. Need extra space? Pull back the zippers to expand the bag by 6 cm.

An Arc’teryx, ultralight nylon backpack
  1. For a multi–day adventure  Made for heading into the wild, this ultralight nylon backpack ($300, Arc’teryx) can handle everything from climbing rope and ice axes to a pair of skis, plus all the thermal wear you’ll need.

A grey, waterproof bag by Peak Design
  1. For a flexible itinerary  With its dual expansion zips, this weatherproof bag ($401, Peak Design) transforms from a 35–litre daypack into a 45–litre gear hauler.

A stylish grey Monte & Coe traveling bag with navy blue accents
  1. For a last–minute jaunt  This sharp weekender ($595, Monte & Coe) is handstitched in Canada with Italian wool, then finished with gold–plated brass hardware, so no one will know you jammed everything in on the fly.