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Tilit's Chef Backpack is a one-stop shop for everything you need during your day in the kitchen. (Photo: Nick Stokes Photography.)

Traveling with my “chef’s stuff” can feel weird because whatever I’m stashing it in wasn’t optimized to carry a laptop, apron, chef’s whites, knives and other implements of destruction. It’s probably also not made of material that can withstand the jostling of such pointy implements. Were I a full-time chef, I’d make good use of the Chef Backpack from Tilit Chef Goods.

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Created in collaboration with case and luggage design wizards HEX, this reasonably indestructible pack fits everything you need for a day in the restaurant, test kitchen or commercial kitchen and looks good enough to tote along to a fancy private cheffing gig.

The Chef Backpack has compartments for all your devices, pockets for loose papers and an ultra-durable built-in knife organizer, which means no more carrying around a precariously rolled pouch of sharp edges! Did whatever you were blending explode all over your Chef Backpack? Wipe it clean, friend, ’cause your gear is soup-resistant.

The newest in Tilit’s line of “by chefs, for chefs” design collaborations that brought us Steven Satterfield– and Joanne Chang–endorsed aprons, this backpack will show your kitchen-mates you mean business. Now hand over those potatoes.

HEX x Tilit Chef Backpack, $195, available online.