For in-flight convenience, Walter + Ray TAB bags fit in the seatback in front of you

I only fly once or twice a year, but when I do, it’s a hassle to get to my gear when my bag is either in an overhead bin or under the seat in front of me. These bags from Walter + Ray solve that problem by putting your gear in a much better location, the seatback pocket in front of you.

Walter + Ray offer a few styles of TAB Seatback Organizer bags.

The Slim Onboard Organizer and Travel Bag is shown in the two images above, features a narrow shape with a magnetic flap that hangs down over the seatback pocket to hold your phone and other small items. The bag offers RFID protection, and there’s even a hook for your headphones.

There are also versions of the TAB bag made in calfskin like the one shown above and below.

All of the Walter + Ray TAB bags have an organization panel and pockets that hold pens, a notebook, passport, cables, tablets and more.

I have no idea why you’d want to carry golf tees with you, but hey, golfers are crazy 😉

The TAB bags are priced starting at $49.95 and go up to $145.00 for the leather versions. For more info about the TAB bags, visit walterandray.com and you can order one from The Grommet and Amazon.

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5 comments… add one
  • Tom Clawges April 13, 2017, 6:52 pm

    Great idea, horrible price. $49.95… maybe. A big maybe. Especially for something I don’t use every day. Due to the specific form factor, it is certainly not something I would consider carrying around with me on my daily routine.

    And I’m glad I am not the only one who thought golf tees were a weird thing to place in the photo. Anyone think of a pen before that photo shoot got underway?

  • Andrew Baker April 13, 2017, 11:18 pm

    Oh I see, nail clippers are a grounds to get me ejected from the plane, but pointy golf tees are just peachy.

  • Smythe Richbourg April 15, 2017, 7:06 pm

    Golf tees can be used to jam the seat in front of you from reclining too far, I think.

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