The brand of National Geographic projects images of serious, far-flung adventures devoted to the science of exploration for the benefit of human knowledge. To pull off that kind of ambitious travel, you need tough, well-made and field-graded equipment. Now, luggage maker Eagle Creek partnered with the Nat Geo crew to produce a line of bags fit for the wildest of outdoors.
Designed with the input of natural world and conservation photographers such as Andy Mann, Ben Horton and Jonathan Irish, The National Geographic Guide Series offers a set of backpacks and travel bags tough enough to take on the kind of rough environments adventure travelers face.
Including a Guide Travel Pack, a Roller Trunk, Convertible Carry-On, Pack-It Compression Set, All-Purpose Duffel and Utility Backpack, the National Geographic bags are armored and weather-resistant — ranging in price from $430 to $50.