A waterproof compartment isolates used gym gear from the rest of the stuff

If you’re the kind who likes to run or do laps before heading out to the office, the Deep Blue Bag by Yves Behar can solve all your carry-on issues. The bag has an isolated compartment for used swimwear or the sweaty gym shirt so it doesn’t “pollute” the rest of your luggage.

The Deep Blue Blag was designed by Fuseproject’s Yves Behar. Aside from the simple but clever profile, the bag is a product of recycling. The textile is upcycled sails. The cords on the bag are made from climbing ropes salvaged from the Yosemite Valley. The rest of the materials come from previous wetsuits.

When the “wet pocket” needs a cleaning, a special hanging cord can help dry the compartment out. The bags are $175 for those who pledge on Kickstarter, with the retail price projected to be $200.

Deep Blue Bag

If you’re the kind who likes to run or do laps before heading out to the office, the Deep Blue Bag by Yves Behar can solve all your carry-on issues. The bag has an isolated compartment for used swimwear or the sweaty gym shirt so it doesn’t “pollute” the rest of your luggage.

The Deep Blue Blag was designed by Fuseproject’s Yves Behar. Aside from the simple but clever profile, the bag is a product of recycling. The textile is upcycled sails. The cords on the bag are made from climbing ropes salvaged from the Yosemite Valley. The rest of the materials come from previous wetsuits.