There’s an all-important lesson about time-travel preparedness that didn’t necessarily come across in “Back To The Future” as clearly as it could have: when headed back to the past, don’t assume that every modern convenience you aren’t accustomed to living without today will be available on every street corner. Rather, stuff Bag To The Future with all the latter creature comforts that might either prove inventively useful in a pinch with a little improvisation or just nice to have around.
It’s one damned roomy duffle built with reinforced stitching along the straps and side panels, a wealth of storage compartment, and the added style of a full internal LED illumination setup powered by three AA batteries. There isn’t much you could need that this won’t tote with ease. Take advantage of that. Head back too far in the Way-Back Machine to the wrong place at the wrong time, and asking around for a “Mountain Dew” might get you handed a mason jar full of something with a little more kick than you bargained for.