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BagMe was established in September 2016.  In the 17 years prior, Luke has been involved with the planning, design, development, marketing & sales of bags, backpacks and outdoor gear such as tents, sleeping bags, inflatable mattresses, camping and travel accessories, socks, gloves and is currently working on projects ranging from bags for pro make-up artists to 4WD accessories...

Below is a list of some of Luke's projects both with BagMe and in the years prior...

BagMe Projects

BagMe Clients


Respect People, Reduce Waste, Reuse Objects, Recycle Material

Day Owl is a brand based in Pittsburgh USA focused on creating products using

the most people and planet friendly materials possible.

BagMe have been working with Day Owl since early 2020 providing support

with product development and sampling, material sourcing, production management

and quality control.

If you love products created with care and with a better world in mind, you need to check

out Day Owl at:

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Day Owl


Impetro Gear is a start-up based in Salzburg, Austria and we are really excited to be working with the team on the development of products for this awesome new brand.

Led by Jeremy Cabaret (France), Impetro Gear is a highly technical backpack brand focused on mountain sports and hit the market early 2020 after a successful KickStarter campaign.

We highly recommend you visit the Impetro Gear website and check out this new and exciting brand.

Impetro Gear
Outdoor Gears


Linear Standby Belts (LSB) is a New Zealand based brand supplying specialised accessories to professional make-up artists working on-set in the film industry, television and other related creative industries.

Before meeting BagMe, LSB had their production split between China & Vietnam and all goods were delivered to New Zealand where the team at LSB sourced the packaging and did the packing themselves locally.

BagMe is now taking care of the entire collection of LSB products and we are working with Georgia to develop her products while increasing the functionality and quality and we have also worked with our suppliers to create some nice header-cards and packaging solutions.


For anyone working in the make-up industry, hair design or other related creative industries, we recommend visiting the LSB website at

Linear Standby Belts
BOgear 1


BOgear had been making bags and accessories in Australia for over eight years and the Subbie was the first pack Dave decided to make in Asia. The idea of the Subbie was to offer potential clients a high quality sub $100 backpack...

Dave joined Luke in Asia to see how things worked and to oversee his production and you can see by the smile on his face that he was enjoying the experience.

What came after this project was somehow unexpected. As some of BOgear's clients grew, there was increasing pressure to produce higher volumes and to achieve more competitive pricing. Eventually this led to a partnership between BOgear and BagMe with Dave being in Australia dealing directly with clients, while Luke spends most of his time in Asia taking care of development and production working directly with suppliers and factories. 

Although we are two independent companies, we work together to share the workload and provide a seamless service to clients in Australia and beyond.

You can check out Dave's website at


Check out Dave's original testimonial

directly after his Subbie production here.

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TechShot Cricket

BagMe was first introduced to this project in February 2017 through our Australian business partner BOgear. and by the end of August 2017 the first production of the product had been delivered. We are constantly working with the creator of TechShot - Will Prowse - to develop his products, packaging, improve production quality and are also working with WooJin buckles to make custom made plastic parts for his products. 

TechShot Cricket
Tiger Tailor

Tiger Tailor

Based in France, Tiger Tailor designs and organises the production of tactical equipment for clients throughout Europe. 


Although we are not doing ongoing development and production with Tiger Tailor, the owner of the company, Robert Smagala, was impressed enough with our work to leave us with an interesting testimonial which can be viewed here and has vowed to reach out to BagMe again when he has new and fitting projects requiring Asian manufacturing.


If you are in the market for quality tactical style gear, visit Tiger Tailor at

Tiger Tailor

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Read our clients detailed testimonials here.

Climbing Mountain

Michi Wohlleben

Zugspitze, Germany (2,962m)



Following is brief example of some the work Luke had been doing in the 17 years prior to establishing BagMe.

SALEWA 2012-2016 (pre-BagMe)

In 2012 Oberalp Deutschland were looking for an experienced product developer and manager to work with and oversee the existing small and relatively inexperienced Salewa backpack team. With a new logo to be launched for Summer 2015, there was a huge task to re-develop the core range of products and introduce and more coherent design language based on a “light & strong” concept which encompassed Salewa‘s 80 year history in the mountains. It was Luke who took on this challenge...

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AUSTRALIA 2007-2009

Luke returned to Australia in 2007 and was recruited by one of the country's leading outdoor brands to develop new products and to be ultimately responsible for all non-apparel branded products including backpacks, rucksacks, luggage & travel accessories, tents, sleeping bags, socks, gloves etc.

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CRUMPLER EUROPE 2002-2007 (pre-BagMe)

During these years at Crumpler Luke was responsible for the development of the retail network in Europe. This wide-ranging role encompassed all business and financial planning, management, system development, IT system setup and maintenance, brand management, marketing, promotion and advertising, human resources, location scouting, contract negotiation, setup and opening of new stores as well as hiring and training the team.

Luke ended his time with the company in 2007 while Director of Crumpler Retail in Holland.

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