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Peak Design Is Having a Huge Sale. Here Are 5 Things to Score.

Including the first and last backpack you'll ever buy.

The market is cluttered with backpacks, many of them shoddy in design and quality, but Peak Design is different: Its products look good and are made to perform. The bags are loaded with thoughtful details, too, like built-in dividers to keep your stuff organized — something you didn’t realize you were missing until you can find, without dumping out the bag on the ground, that charger or diaper that you know is in there somewhere.

Peak Design also walks the sustainability walk. Most of its bags have a 100-percent-recycled nylon-and-polyester shell, which is a big deal, especially for the prices — which are even more accessible now, during the brand’s huge sale. Peak Design’s stuff is worth your money even at full price, so these are great values.

Quite possibly the best backpack you'll ever own, this one has dividers to keep your stuff organized, a dedicated sleeve for a 15-inch laptop, tablet, or documents, and added external-carry capacity with a tuck-away strap system. Bonus: Expandable side pockets for water (or baby) bottles. It's also made from a recycled 400D weatherproof shell.

You can load this travel bag up with wet clothes because it has a genius waterproof bottom to prevent any leaks. It's made of a weatherproof nylon canvas shell, has a 35-liter capacity (that's a lot), and works as either an overnight bag, a gym bag, or a work tote. It has two internal and four external pockets.

Tangled wires be gone. This tech pouch has origami-style pockets that give you extra space to store your cords and SD cards, while also keeping everything supremely organized. It has elastic accessory loops for pens and batteries, and is made from a recycled nylon canvas shell that is weatherproof.

This bag was designed for photographers, but no matter. It can holds 6 liters' worth of stuff — any stuff. It has dividers to keep all your gear in place, be it cameras, drones, or diapers. There are tech sleeves, and internal pockets for smaller items like water bottles or pacifiers. You can carry it using the padded hang strap, or the shoulder strap.

A regal, relaxed crew made from a cotton/poly tri-blend material. It goes with everything and looks good on everyone.

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