The Guild gathered their picks for their favorite small travel bags!
Our Picks For Small Travel Bags
Lo & Sons
The Lo & Sons Pearl bag is a stylish and functional crossbody made from premium leather that seamlessly converts to a shoulder bag or large evening clutch. It has a ton of pockets to accommodate anything you might carry around (wallet, phone, mini tablet, etc…). It comes in a Saffiano and Nappa leather in multiple colors.
Price Point: Under $298
The Tiny Fanny Pack is made from thick merino wool felt- you can wear it as a wristlet, waist pouch, or as a small crossbody. If you change bags often, this is great to transfer from bag to bag. It comes in a variety of colors and three strap lengths.
Price Point: Under $62
Although the Peak Design Everyday Sling is designed for photo equipment- it doubles as a great everyday bag with multiple compartments. You can wear it as a sling bag or as a hip bag- it claims to be able to fit 3 beers and 4 white claws. Do with that information what you will.
Price Point: $149.95
The North Face
The Field Bag is crossbody style made from recycled materials that has multiple compartments to keep all your essentials safe. This bag also features an adjustable ambidextrous webbing strap that provides all users a comfortable carrying experience. At the moment it only comes in two colors.
Price Point: Under $45
The Baggu Fanny Pack is made from a durable, recycled, heavyweight nylon (that’s easy to clean). It’s spacious and you can wear it as a cross body, shoulder bag, or around the waist. The Fanny Pack comes in a variety of different colors and they’re always coming out with new prints!
Price Point: Under $48
Tom Bihn bags are cut and sewn in Seattle - the Cubelet, organizer pouch, is made from super durable Ballistic Nylon it has a zipper closure and multiple compartments to carry your everyday essentials. It comes in a variety of different colors, with more in production currently!
Price Point: Under $45
- Disclaimer: These brand recommendations are 100% sourced by our community, The Guild, and do not constitute endorsement or recommendation by Brass. We encourage everyone to research these brands and their practices prior to making a purchase from them.