My friends, here’s the deal. We’re just days away from a much different holiday and unofficial holiday season kick-off than usual, but that doesn’t mean your gear or your everyday carry should slip up. Because so many of us are doing things differently this year, ideally hopping in the car versus on a plane, keeping things smaller than usual, allow me to make a recommendation: The next time you hit the road, do so with one of the best weekender bags for men in tow, and go one step further and making it the Boarding Pass NYC “Work Hard, Play Hard” Duffel Bag.
This rugged weekender bag has long been a favorite of mine, and it’s in fact what I’ve packed up to head out and safely see family this season. And here’s another kicker: You can get one of the best men’s weekender bags on sale by using the code BEAUKNOWS to get $10 off any purchase of $70 or more. The great thing is, the “Work Hard, Play Hard” Duffel Bag (as you’ve read about elsewhere on the blog) is nicely sized for a quicker, shorter getaway than usual, and naturally, it clocks in at the highly agreeable price of $79. So again, use the code BEAUKNOWS to get $10 off any purchase of $70 or more, starting with your new favorite weekender bag.
The great thing is, this stylish weekender bag is available in a number of cool, versatile colorways (including Army Green as shown above), all the better to pair up nicely with your fall road trip #OOTD. And of course, the specs on the Boarding Pass NYC “Work Hard, Play Hard” Duffel Bag take the cake when it comes to effective, functional performance. It’s made from cotton canvas and nylon, with a nylon interior and a built-in shoe compartment, and it’s worth noting that the brand just launched a new Sky Blue colorway in an homage to the Royal Air Force. How cool is that? To reiterate: This could just be the perfect weekender bag for a quick fall getaway, and with Thanksving and Christmas on the way, I can’t think of a better, more reliable pick. Stay safe, use the code BEAUKNOWS to get $10 off any purchase of $70 or more, and enjoy the season, my friends.