Lost Explorer Traveler Bag While it looks like an oversized briefcase, this unassuming weekender opens flat into a suit bag, with nine separate pockets for items of clothing and gear.


Want to pack just one bag for a trip?  While any weekender duffel can probably serve you fine, we have a feeling you’ll have your stuff better organized with Lost Explorer’s Traveler Bag.

While it looks nothing more than a briefcase with larger-than-usual dimensions (21 x 18 x 4.5 inches when closed), it’s equipped with lots of individual compartments for organizing your clothing and supplies.  That’s because once you unzip the bag, it opens flat, revealing multiple zippered pockets that you can use to hold different items of clothing.


The Lost Explorer Travel Bag has a long zipper at the center that, once opened, reveals a suit compartment, which should be spacious enough to even fit a pair of pants, complete with hangers in tow (there’s a loop outside for securing the hanger hooks). Two large zippered pockets on one end can hold one shirt apiece, with a large removable pocket at the center that can serve as a dopp kit, while being spacious enough to actually hold a pair of shoes, too.  Four additional pockets on the other end can be used to hold any other gear you need to bring during a trip, from books and gadgets to socks and undergarments.


Construction is three-layer corkshell and wool that’s been treated for water-resistance, so you can use it regardless of the weather. Features include a 33-liter capacity, a laptop pocket sized to hold notebooks up to 17 inches, three external pockets, magnetic closures, and military-spec hardware.


Available now, the Lost Explorer Traveler Bag is priced at $695.

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