A hard case for a hardcore traveller. Made of durable polycarbonate, the Torq features a lockable front panel for easy access to a laptop or travel documents, spinner wheels to maneuver busy terminals or narrow airplane aisles and a wide wheel base for stability. (AKA it won’t tip over on you while you’re waiting in line). This luggage meets carry-on regulations for most US and international airlines, so you can skip the baggage claim.
If your luggage tag is going to announce your ownership to the world, it better be cute.
The caffeine-addicted nomad far from home has heretofore had to suffer through burned coffee in hotel rooms or a mom’s instant Folgers that she claims “tastes just fine.” Well now you don’t need to compromise on your coffee when you travel. Stumptown has put together everything you need to grind fresh beans and make a gorgeous drip cup of joe. Perfect for hotel rooms, camping, or even your desk drawer at work. Just add hot water.
If you have a ‘wave and pay’ card or any identification documents that employ RFID, you may want to protect yourself with a RFID-blocking wallet. Duct tape and aluminum foil could also do the trick, but this wallet is far more aesthetically pleasing.
Release your inner Monica Geller and get your organization on. I am a huge fan of the Eagle Creek Pack-It suitcase system. These washable lightweight packs help you find what you’re looking for easily and the Garment Folder minimizes wrinkling. The packs allow you to compress your clothing into a smaller footprint, effectively maximizing your precious carry-on space.
Perfect for jetsetting men and women, Aesop has created a travel kit filled with their plant-based products. This Melbourne company is known for their commitment to exceptional quality and design.