As the weather warms up, people who begin (safely) traveling outdoors en masse will need reliable bags for storing daily essentials, even while remaining socially distant. Here’s where electronic label Ghostly comes in, partnering with DSPTCH for “an indestructible, all-weather backpack” ideal for taking to the streets as spring is sprung.

The San Francisco company’s high-spec accessories are beloved by travelers and made in America to uncompromising quality, ensuring that their goods are especially durable, even when put through their paces. Ghostly has selected an all-black silhouette in line with its own streamlined design ethos, taking on a minimalist shape bolstered by branded purple zipper pulls and tag atop a shell comprised of NorthPak, recycled polyester and a film originally designed to be used for boat sails. An internal laptop pocket and additional zippered nooks ensure maximum storage, with the hardwearing construction necesarry to last a lifetime.

The special DSPTCH bag will only be available on Ghostly’s website for $230 USD.

Meanwhile, even more adventurous toteables have been rolling out from Japanese bag expert PORTER, including Yohji Yamamoto’s chain-linked shoulder bags and WACKO MARIA’s leopard pouches.
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