Bags We Love

Carry Gear works with some of the best brands in the industry! Getting to design, create and develop bags that get your consumers from home, school, work, airport, mountain and across town. Our experience and industry knowledge leads to great selling, award winning products your brand can stand behind.


Just Do It – Nike

Nike was looking to reinvent their global backpack and sports bag category. Carry Gear helped Nike introduce a hard shell, soft bodied concept with highly innovative technology. The Carry Gear team was dedicated to active co-development with Nike.

Orvis

Orvis has been a partner with CGS for over 9 years. We took over production of their luggage from a previous supplier who had poor quality, resulting in many returns. Since then, we have ensured an impeccable quality record, grown the luggage category, and introduced new collections. All this has lead to category growth and successful brand building. Orvis is exemplary of our commitment to lasting partnerships.

Old Harbor Outfitters

In 2009, CGS conceptualized, created, designed, developed, shipped and warehoused a brand new technical sport fishing bag line for Old Harbor Outfitters in six months from start to finish. They sold out in the first month of sales and have earned unparalleled status in the salt water fishing industry as leaders and innovators.

Garnet Hill

CGS created a new in-house signature kids’ bag collection for Garnet Hill, resulting in business that grew by 200% annually in the first two years, and is forecasted to grow by 300% in 2010.

Land’s End

With CGS design, development and high QA standards leading the way, Lands’ End diaper and kids BTS backpack and lunch collections have sold over 2 million units. The kids backpacks have been awarded the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval every year.

Detours’ Fremonster Flap

Style-conscious bike commuters might consider picking up Detours’ Fremonster Flap ($72), a funky new pannier and shoulder bag that features plenty of street cred, courtesy of Seattle artist Herman Yu, not to mention two attachment points to secure heavier loads, a built-in laptop sleeve and a waterproof neoprene cover.