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Tritton Bows New Lifestyle Bags Line

12/19/2005 02:00:00 AM Eastern

Tritton is offering five new groups of portable storage bags, called Everki, which are designed as technologically innovative transport solutions — fashionable, rugged, easy to transport, versatile and multi-functional, said the company.

The Lifestyle line includes bags that hold all the daily gadgets in addition to necessities. An Express waist pouch has a $29.99 suggested retail and the Stride utility satchel is $29.99.

The Explore messenger laptop bag has a suggested $44.99 retail. The Venture light laptop backpack is $39.99. The Cruise sling laptop backpack is $59.99 and the Ascend guru laptop backpack is $59.99.

In the Briefcase line, cases are both stylish and comfortable. The Dash light laptop briefcase has a suggested $29.99 retail. The Exceed mid-size laptop briefcase is $39.99 and the Achieve professional laptop briefcase is $69.99.

Camera bags models include the Snap light camera case at a suggested $24.99 retail and the Flash camera case at $29.99.

Totes are designed for the combination of business trip, the gym after work or a two-day leisurely jaunt. The Totes carry notebooks, MP3 players, digital cameras, clothing as well as all essentials in an organized, protected duffle bag.

The Compete holds a light laptop for a suggested $49.99. The Escape is the ultimate laptop duffle for $89.99 and the Journey is a wheeled laptop duffle for $109.99.

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