When it comes to bags, we are saturated with choices. But it seems almost impossible to find a camera bag that is functional and stylish. When you spend so much money to buy yourself a camera, you want a bag that will hold it preciously while traveling around, while shooting your images downtown, or even when you want a simple bag to put your things for the day. Your camera is the most valuable thing you will carry around, not only because of it’s price but because it holds all the memories that you have created.

We found the Article & Goods bag and fell in love. The silhouettes were inspired by clean architectural lines and simplistic symmetry. The bags themselves are constructed using a high grade soft milled pebble leather with fully lined a cotton fabric. Our offerings include a dove grey and a classic black.

The unisex bag is built to withstand the rigor of weather while carrying your precious items in a stylish matter. It has a small padded interior with huge interior spacing for it’s size. We found 4 criteria for you to look at :

  1. Design : It needs to function well for its purpose and have at least one small pocket ( this bag has two ) to put your memory cards, wallet, or batteries.
  2. Looks : It’s so easy to find a bag that is useful but that disappoints you when you walk around with it, but you won’t be disappointed with this one! It comes in either a dove grey or in black
  3. Durability : We have tried it for a few walks around and it was sturdy. Time will tell if the bag actually withholds more traveling and ages well, so we are excited to try it on for more adventures.
  4. Value for Money : At 98$, we can’t argue about this. If your budget was lower than this, keep in mind the price of the camera you will put in it.

Want an added value ? You are directly buying from a designer, Sam Chen, that construct all his items around utility leather goods who work with a small group of craftsmen who work closely on small batched of articles to give you quality.

Find more on the website : www.articlegoods.com