Gear of the Week: Ogio Layover Bag

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In the sporting goods business, no phrase carries more cred than “athlete designed.” The pros know best, and when they help develop new products, the results are usually good. Case in point: Utah-based OGIO’s Layover, which is an ideal ski trip carry-on. Its external pockets hold goggles, socks, base layers and other accessories, and the main compartment is roomy enough for your boots, jacket and pants. Bonus: Patterned fabrics make it easy to spot on the baggage carousel, so you can grab and go. Because fresh tracks won’t last.

$180; ogio.com

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