Subspace's Desert Lookbook for Its Tech-Forward Luxury Bags

Not your usual wearable tech.

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Considering wearable tech is relatively new, pieces we’ve seen so far are often incredibly novelty, or almost strictly utilitarian. Subspace brand in LA has created a line of bags which sit somewhere comfortably between the two extremes. The bags which are constructed from premium Italian and Japanese leather put a high consideration for aesthetic forward while offering a function aspect as well. Each bag discreetly contains a 10,000 mAh mini battery with three USB ports, and cables to fit any device. The pocket which hold the battery fits into the overall design of the bag seamlessly amongst its minimalist details, extended leather straps and polished clasps. Check out the photos above for a closer look and shop the bags here.

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