When you were a kid, summer vacation was synonymous with the act of piling the entire family into the station wagon (with snacks, cassette tapes, ill-fated coloring books, the family dog) and heading off to some unknown location. You never even bothered to question why this ritual existed, or paused to wonder if all families observed this compulsory migration every time school let out. Each vacation spot would yield something different, in the end, but your young mind only knew not to expect, not to spoil the unknown with ideas of what would await you when the car finally rolled to a stop. This summer, though it’s certainly been many years since you listened to a cassette tape, travel like that again. Travel without the grown-ups' affectation of knowing what you’ll see before you see it. Toss your camera into this hard-wearing wax canvas bag by Property Of… and resolve to carry it everywhere, not only when you “know” you’ll be seeing something worth photographing. Every part of the vacation is the vacation. You knew that, once. Get it here.