Saturdays NYC & Porter Join Forces On A Packable Bag Collection

Jul 29, 2019

Category: Style

Saturdays NYC is all about providing guys everywhere with the best clothing, gear, and accessories available. In fact, their commitment to bespoke styling has earnt them the adoration of an entirely new generation of fashion-minded men. Now, the tailor-made company has teamed up with Porter, one of Japan’s most influential brands, to bring us a line of tasteful, water-repellant, packable bags catered toward the urbanite.

The newly-announced collaboration between Saturdays NYC and Porter focuses on minimalistic materials, compositions, and styles for the upcoming summer season. Overall, the collection is comprised of six different options — the Boston Bag, Shopping Bag, Waist Bag, Helmet Bag, Bonsack, and Ruck Sack — each with their own bespoke design. Water-repellant ultra-light nylon and custom tonal detailing adorn the exterior (and interior) of Porter’s already-technical offerings, which have been outfitted to fold, collapse, and stow in a specialized pocket for quick access while traveling. Head over to Saturdays NYC’s website to check out the entire collection, which starts at $115.

Purchase: $115+

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