The Dune bag ($248) from salvaged-materials company Rewilder solves the adventure dad’s ultimate dilemma: how to haul all the odds and ends, from loose bits like hand pumps and shin guards to a weekend’s supply of all natural Fruit-Me-Up chia-seed fruit pouches (stocking stuffer alert!). The Dune is our go-to catchall for every activity in all seasons: road trips, beach days, soccer tournaments, fat-biking forays, farmers’ market runs. The bags are lightweight and exceptionally durable, and they’re handmade in Los Angeles from salvaged polypropylene cloth used in breweries (last year, the U.S. beverage industry threw 100,000 tons of it into landfills, where it takes 1,000 years to decompose). The tote’s neutral hues make the Dune every dad’s stealth alternative to the preppy, monogrammed boat tote. Three exterior side pockets ensure that essentials like cellphones and sunblock don’t drown among the down jackets. Despite its voluminous size, the Dune holds its shape, doesn’t trap tidbits at the bottom, and folds down small to stow easily in a carry-on for spring break adventures in Belize or British Columbia.