The 12 Best Laptop Bags for Men Editors’ Recommendations The Mission Workshop Khyte Sets a New Standard for Messenger Bags 8 Sling Bags That Are More Than Just Man Bags The MNML Leather Highlander Travel Bag Makes Short-Term Trips a Breeze Every guy needs a quality duffle, plain and simple. It’s one of the most practical (and potentially stylish!) accessories a fella can own, and when used correctly, can transform a casual everyday look into a downright fashionable one. Not only that, the bags soft-sided nature allows you to cram in more clothing and sundries than you’d normally be able to in a hard-shelled case. So go ahead, smash that bag into the overhead compartment — it’ll be fine. Looking for a new duffle? Throw out the old high school gym bag and get ready for a serious upgrade.Not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered with some of our favorites below.GTX Duffle from Mack Weldon – $98Built with water-resistant wax canvas and a protective rubberized bottom, the GTX duffle from Mack Weldon is designed with durability in mind. Whether toted to the gym or thrown in the back of your truck for a quick weekend getaway, this bag is guaranteed to always be as functional as it is stylish. Its anti-odor literal silver lining ain’t half bad, either.Shop NowThe Twill Weekender from Everlane – $98Minimalists in the bunch might appreciate this duffle from Everlane, which cuts a stylishly clean line. Available in a wide array of different twill/leather combinations, this weekender is water-resistant, outfitted with a large interior, and designed to fit inside any overhead bin.Shop NowUnited By Blue Arc Duffle – $128With an impressive 55L volume, the Arc duffle from United by Blue is ideal for the guy who never wants to over pack, but always does. This huge space is complemented by a variety of exterior pockets as well as a crossbody strap, which makes maneuvering through TSA a breeze. And if that’s not enough to win you over, another big plus is that the bag’s built entirely of recycled polyester.Shop NowBaboon Go-Bag – $149Looking to liven up your bag collection? Then we suggest checking out the small go-bag from Baboon. Available in a wide array of vibrant colors, this duffle is perfect for the guy who wants to stand out in the crowd, and its roomy interior ensures that he’ll always have everything he needs right there with him. Bonus points for its multiple pockets and ergonomic shoulder strap.Shop NowFranklin Duffle from State – $195For something a little more casual, consider the Franklin duffle from State Bags. While still an attractive option, this bad boy is well-suited for a quick trip to the gym or a casual stay over at a pal’s place. A separate ventilated shoe pocket and super large main compartment make this a practical choice for guys with a bit more than your run-of-the-mill everyday essentials.Shop NowLeather Weekender from WP Standard – $350It just doesn’t get more classic than this old school take on the weekender from WP Standard. Here, it’s all about the small details — tasteful brass hardware and bespoke-style loops — that really set it apart from other bags on the market. While the traditional style isn’t going to work for everyone, gents with a vintage flair could find a lot to love in this travel accessory.Shop NowThe Getaway Duffle from Hook and Albert – $375The Getaway duffle from Hook and Albert is an elegant option for the guy with more refined tastes. A supple leather exterior makes for a sleek finish while a large compartment provides ample space for all of life’s essentials. Bring along on your next business trip and you’ll be sure to turn heads at the terminal gate.Shop NowLeather Wheeled Duffle from Korchmar – $660Travel in style with the Edison wheeled duffle from Korchmar. Complete with a full grain American pebbled leather exterior, solid brass hardware, and in-line ball bearing wheels for optimized mobility, this weekender is as stylish as it is practical. And though the price tag is a little hefty, this baby is sure to last for many adventures to come.Shop NowIf you’re looking for something a little more substantial when it comes to luggage – maybe something with wheels – check out our choices for the best carry on luggage for men. 7 Best Gym Bags to Haul All Your Workout Gear
“He took out his gun and shot the ambassador from behind. We saw him lying on the floor and then we ran out,” said the witness, who asked not to be identified.Two security sources identified the gunman as an off-duty police officer who worked in the Turkish capital.A Reuters cameraman at the scene said gunfire rang out for some time after the attack. The Anadolu news agency said the gunman had been “neutralized”, apparently killed. A video showed the attacker shouting: “Don’t forget Aleppo, don’t forget Syria!” As screams rang out, he could be seen pacing about and shouting as he held the gun in one hand and waved the other in the air. “We regard this as a terrorist act,” said Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova. “Terrorism will not win and we will fight against it decisively.”The attacker was smartly dressed in black suit and tie, and standing behind the ambassador as he made his speech at an exhibition, a person at the scene told Reuters. Another photograph showed four people including what appeared to be the ambassador lying on the floor. (Colombo Gazette) The Reuters news agency said the Russian foreign ministry confirmed the death of envoy Andrei Karlov, which marked one of the most serious spillovers of the Syria conflict. Turkey has struggled with a string of attacks by Islamist and Kurdish militants but the killing of a Russian envoy could have resonance throughout the region. The Sri Lankan Government has condemned in the strongest terms, the attack on the Russian Ambassador to Ankara who was shot in the back and killed while giving a speech at an art gallery.Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera said Colombo considered the attack a violation of the right of all diplomats to represent their nations peacefully around the world. Russia is a close ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and its air strikes were instrumental in helping Syrian forces end rebel resistance last week in the northern city of Aleppo. President Tayyip Erdogan, however, has been a vociferous opponent of Assad.