California Outpost incase art has launched its latest line of carry bags for everyday use, dubbed the A.R.C. Collection, which stands for A Responsible Carry.
The collection is thoughtfully designed with high-end features made of environmentally friendly materials. It comes in four distinct designs: that include the Tech Tote, the Day Pack and the Commuter Pack and the Travel Pack.
Each bag is equipped with RFID blocking material inside the tech compartment to stop unintentional data collection, ortholite impressions foam to improve airflow and comfort, the entire webbing on top and side handles to stop the growth of bacterial and sustainably 900D X1200D recycled polyester with a water-repellant coat.
The Travel Pack features a butterfly-shaped opening that allows for easy access, mesh dividers with zippers and an extension zipper, a separate bag for shoes, laptop sleeves Tech compartment, front pocket, and water bottle holder with closure that is zippered. It is described as an “business/lifestyle crossover” it is priced at $229 USD and is available in navy or black.
The Commuter Pack comes with an open clamshell design with internal tie-down straps that hold things in place, a smart pockets to store small and big items and comes with the same technology compartments for storing accessories. The bag is designed for “refined lifestyle and business,” the bag comes in navy and black and retails at $199 USD.
Its Day Pack has a clamshell opening as well as a main compartment that houses an enclosed laptop sleeve with padding along with a tech compartment as well as an internal mesh pocket in addition to other things. It is regarded as the “one bag that can do everything,” it comes in navy and black, and retails at $129 USD. The stylish Tech Tote features a laptop compartment, an interior organizer and external pockets with top grab handles, and an adjustable shoulder strap. It’s a “business/lifestyle crossover” it retails at $79 USD and is available in navy and black.
“The A.R.C. Collection is a deliberate leap in the direction of Incase and is built on the company’s history of design driven by purpose, focused on simplicity, performance and creativity, while expressing everything that we represent in the present,” said CEO Brian Stech in an announcement.
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