Jefferson Slim Brief ($595-tumi.com), Ally Capellino Robert Waxed-Cotton and Leather Briefcase ($425-mrporter.com)

It’s a given that every metropolitan man has more than enough baggage. City life inextricably lends to the kind of frantic preparation which results in several if not many bags. From trains to buses to bikes everyone is on the move, and for every kind of travel there is a bag to go with it. Minimizing the list of essentials for the traveling man comes down to choosing lifestyle bags. Whether you’re a business man who goes from work to gym or a DJ who goes from sun down to sun up every man needs the right bag to make it through the city.

Briefcases are not just for the office. The stiff uncompromising archetype has been moved to the back of the shelf as sportier, loosely structured briefcases hit the scene. Those with a lust for luxe might stick with all leather but the hustling man might want to go for woven fabrics with leather accents.

Practical and professional bags are work appropriate while offering travel appropriate options like muti-sub compartments and easy to clean fabrics.

Burberry Leven Messenger Bag ($995-saks.com), Coach Bleecker Legacy Leather Field Bag ($348-coach.com)

Messenger: From walking to biking to busing, the messenger bag is the quintessential hands free bag for all city excursions. Compact and light, the messenger comes in every shape and fabric necessary for the concrete jungle. Zip tops make it easy to grab and go while keeping everything in place.

Backpack: It’s back to the pack as new shapes, styles, and fabrics elevate the backpack from the school yard to the boardroom. Backpacks are as varied as they come and suit every type. Choose the go between city and play with Tumi’s Kingville Pack or amp up the volume with swanky crocodile from Santiago Gonzalez.

From big to small, leather to cotton the backpack is the universal bag that fits every traveling need.

Stone Melton Rucksack ($76-topman.com), Kingsville Deluxe Brief Pack ($165-tumi.com), Santiago Gonzalez Crocodile Backpack ($5,550-mrporter.com)

 

Duffel: Duffel bags aren’t what they used to be. Gone are the sports only behemoths as streamlined and elegant duffel bags hit two for one by being suitable for gym and weekend travel. Choose a compact bag with shoulder and handle options, big enough for an overnighter and slight enough to tote from bus to bike.

Lifestyle bags are all about finding the perfect balance between work and play, city and the outdoors.

Choose the best bags that meet your on the go needs. Sturdy fabrics and plenty of compartments make it easy to lug everything around while leather accents and embellishments make it effortlessly stylish.

 

Stamford Weekender ($695-tumi.com), Bally Perforated Duffel Bag ($1,495-saks.com)

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