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Guys Need Bags Too, And These Are The Best Ones For Fall

The murse is dead. Long live the man bag.

These days, in order to get things done everybody's got to juggle a bunch of stuff -- laptops, tablets, textbooks, magazines, cameras (and chargers for all of them) -- so it's no surprise that the modern man wears a bag as much as a woman does.

And with this season's variety of bags, he doesn't have to sacrifice his style to find the best one -- his options run the gamut.

We narrowed down the field a bit and picked the best bag for every guy's needs this season.

Thankfully, the man-purse-as-pejorative era is behind us.

Moleskine Classic Vertical Weekender Bag
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The notebook wizards at Moleskine designed a line of bags to help you carry them all, as well as your gadgets. Moleskine's Classic Bags line has a bag for most professional needs, but their Vertical Weekender Bag is the most flexible. You can wear it in three ways (as a backpack, over the shoulder or carried as a tote), and you can throw in your gym clothes, as well as your laptop, up to 15 inches ($150).
Makr Daypack
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Backpacks don't have to look sophomoric. The Charcoal Canvas and Natural Horween Leather Daypack from Florida-based Makr is sharp, comfortable and durable. The more you wear it, the better it will look ($245).
Filson Briefcase with Charger
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If you work at a grown up job and have to carry a briefcase, we suggest going the rugged route with Filson's 24-Hour Tin Briefcase, which comes with an integrated Joey charger to keep your gadgets awake ($425).
Old Navy Waxed Canvas Duffel
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This waxed canvas duffel's durable and great for the gym, a quick overnight trip, or even a picnic -- and at $47.50 it's a steal.
Herschel Chapter Travel Kit
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Herschel has so many styles, we could have just written a "Which Herschel Bag Are You" personality quiz. But of them all, this dopp kit is our favorite. Minimal and compact, it fits most travel sized toiletries and necessities for wherever your weekend (or night) might take you. And it's affordable, too ($35).
Stone Island + Porter Cotton Coated Backpack
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If you live most of your life on a bike, the Cotton Coated Backback, a collaboration from sportswear brand Stone Island and Porter, is a good choice. It's durable and feels like nubuck leather, but it's cotton, which means its as light as it is functional ($575 from Mr. Porter).
Icon Leather Briefcase
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And finally, if your job has an unlimited expense account, we say just go for it and get this beautiful leather briefcase from Tärnsjö Garveri. Its leather's warm color comes from vegetable tanning, and each bag is uniquely numbered to make you feel extra special ($1,805 at Mr. Porter).

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