Incase’s reputation for robust luggage and accessories is well-deserved. Founded in 1997, Incase has kept its focus squarely on providing bags, sleeves and cases that are as beautiful to look at as they are practical and protective. Expanding its ICON line after 15 years, Incase introduces the contemporary ICON Lite Pack.

Centered around providing maximum efficiency without scrimping on the indispensible details, the ICON Lite is modern in both its space management and its multifunctionality. Those familiar with Incase’s earlier ICON models will note that the ICON Lite speaks to the same streamlined aesthetic language, creating a bag that looks smart no matter what the wearer is getting up to. A key functional factor is a built-in, plush pocket that’s crafted to fit up to a 15-inch Macbook Pro or iPad. Other highlights include a large main compartment (with plenty of space for your daily must-haves), quick-access pockets, and a top grab handle primed for even the most rigorous commutes.

A combination of quality design, forward-thinking fundamentals, and streamlined style have made Incase—and its ICON accessories—a consistent choice for the contemporary creative for nearly 20 years. Available in seven different colorways, grab the ICON Lite Pack over on Incase today.

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