TUMI Zip Flaps, Brief Packs, and Backpacks
Whether you’re an urban professional commuting on crowded public transportation or a student lugging books across campus, these comfortable and versatile bags have plenty of space for everyday essentials and personal electronics.
Zip Flap Bag
- Slim and versatile crossbody bag
- Ideal for both travel and everyday use
- Tablet and media pockets securely hold mobile devices
- Multiple interior organizer pockets for documents and accessories
- Front flap pocket
- Adjustable shoulder strap
- Secure top zip closure
- Expands 5” to fit bulky items
- Made of fabric
- Product dimensions: 11.25” (W) x 2.5”–7.5” (D) x 12.5” (H)
- Weight: 1.8lb.
Lejeune Backpack Tote
- Cross between a backpack and tote
- Easy to tuck between legs on crowded trains and busses
- Top handles and hideaway back straps
- Rigid structure holds most laptops up to 15”
- Spacious interior with multiple organizer pockets
- Bottom zip-off pocket for wet towels, bathing suits, or shoes
- Made of ballistic nylon
- Product dimensions: 16” (W) x 8” (D) x 18” (H)
- Weight: 3.8lb.
Kingsville Deluxe Brief Pack
- Backpack with briefcase functionality
- Ideal for professionals and students
- Dedicated space for tablets and laptops up to 15”
- Multiple interior organizer pockets
- Exterior waterproof pocket for water bottles and umbrellas
- 3D mesh–padded back
- Top carry handle and adjustable back strap
- Easy zip access to main compartment
- Made of fabric
- Product dimensions: 14” (W) x 9” (D) x 17” (H)
- Weight: 3.6lb.
In 1975, entrepreneur Charlie Clifford was fondly reminiscing about his stint in the Peace Corps in Peru. Inspired by his experiences and invigorated by travel, he founded TUMI, named after the ceremonial knife that was becoming a Peruvian national symbol to promote tourism. Black-on-black ballistic nylon luggage and classic leather briefcases were the brand’s forerunners, but the company evolved with the times. Like Clifford, many customers in the ’70s were fans of leather and handcrafted goods, but in the ’80s it was luggage with separate compartments that kept TUMI at the head of the pack.
The evolution never stopped. Over the years, TUMI has acquired more than 25 patents for design and engineering advances. “We’d constantly make changes and tweaks,” Clifford said of his design process. “Better handles, more pockets, stronger screws to hold the piece together.” One of their most unique features is the TUMI Tracer program: each bag is equipped with a metal plate bearing a unique 20-digit number, which can be registered so that owners can be reunited with lost or stolen baggage.
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