We've collected the number one gift picks from those who know Bellroy best - our customers, our crew and our ambassadors included. To make sure you're getting the good stuff for the special someones in your life.
“It's a design take on a classic, daily-use product, so you know it will be used and loved. As a gift, it's a blank canvas – we see it used for so many different activities; grocery, picnics, day bag, or overflow bag. You could gift it on its own, or pair it with some inspiration for someone's next outing or adventure.”
“The Cooler Caddy is so useful. The biggest thing is that it is not built like a brick. So you can fit odd shaped things in there, only take up the space you need, and hang onto it or clip it onto your pack and then stuff it into the corner of a bag when you're out of things to keep cool. I was surprised with how much I used it while travelling – and how much it actually lived up to what we had imagined in our early design discussions.”
“I'd recommend the Tokyo Tote. It's such a versatile shape and style which would suit pretty much anyone. You can dress it up or down with all your 'fits, and the little compartments make it more than just a pretty face :-)”
“The Bellroy Lite Sling is perfect for running errands or even small adventures. The bag opens wide from either side and the lack of internal dividers means you can store chunky items like a jacket, camera, tablet/switch, or even small water bottle or tumbler. The Diamond Ripstop has a sleek appearance and feels surprisingly soft to the touch. The strap is also quite soft and long enough for the bag to be wearable on the front, side, or back. The bag maintains a perfect balance between a tech and minimalist aesthetic, I feel I can wear this piece in any setting.” – customer review
“It is made from high-quality materials and is well-constructed, but its interior organization is where the Tech Kit shines. I found the Bellroy Tech Kit to be very useful for holding most of my EDC items and it looked great… Thoughtful, useful, high-quality.” - The Gadgeteer