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Zip around the city with Timbuk2's super compact Candybar Backpack ($64) designed to carry your tablet.
If you work at a fancier office (or just love Phillip Lim), splurge on this mini leather satchel ($650).
San Franciscans take their bike bags seriously--there?s even an annual fashion show to peacock the trends. Here, a few of our favorite local offerings and where you?ll want to pedal with them.
To the office We continue to bow down to the bag gurus at Rickshaw--especially when we need a chic, dependable carrier for our computer. You can customize their Skinny Commuter Laptop Bag ($140) to match your typical work ensemble. If your job?s dress code isn?t start-up casual, try a more sophisticated satchel like this one from Phillip Lim ($650).
To run errands Leave no produce behind at the farmers market by securing Public?s Twin Pannier ($68) to your rear rack. Or mount Mission Bicycle?s TakeOut Basket ($120) to your handlebar when you?re picking up dinner. Box Dog Bikes also makes roomy, sturdy handlebar bags (from $100).
To ride around town We don?t normally endorse drawing attention to this area of our body, but we?ll make an exception for Hiip?s bags--the canvas ones from the Sunset collection ($53) are perfect for pedaling. Or gussy up your cruiser with one of Beatrice Holiday?s bags, which are made from vintage upholstery fabric ($84).
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