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The Best Women's Travel Gear of 2020

Comfortable, stylish gear for the road (or plane)

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Outerknown Station Jumpsuit ($178)

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A roomy fit and ample pockets make the Station fit for almost any activity. The soft and sustainable cotton-linen blend lends unrivaled comfort on long flights.

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Patagonia Stand Up Sun Hat ($55)

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Keep the sun off your hair and skin with this wide-brimmed bucket hat with SPF 50 protection. It’s made from 100 percent organic cotton.

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Darn Tough Topless No Show Hidden Light Socks ($14)

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The best summer socks are lightweight, no-show, and don’t bunch. Darn Tough’s ­merino-blend version comes in fun stripes and patterns, stays put, and wicks sweat so well you’ll forget you’re not barefoot.

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Aether Half-Zip Mesh Sweater ($325)

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Aether’s pointelle fabric combines a ­polyester-viscose-blend face with a wool-blend back. The result is ­softer and more breathable than knit or fleece.

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Costa WaterWoman 2 Sunglasses ($269)

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Costa’s first women-specific performance shades now come in an oversize retro style with polarized lenses. Generous nose and temple padding kept them in place during a windy day kayaking on the Pacific Ocean.

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Allbirds Tree Breezers Flats ($95)

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The Breezers are light on your feet and gentle on the planet: the knit upper is made from sustainably harvested eucalyptus pulp, and the cushy, carbon-negative sole comes from responsibly sourced Brazilian sugarcane.

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Eklund Griffin Rope Pouch ($100)

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Handcrafted in Connecticut, this leather wristlet makes fashionable work of keep­ing documents safe. It’s big enough for a passport and boarding pass, and doubles as a clutch for a night out.

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Prana Lucinda Scarf ($49)

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Think of this scarf as your secret weapon on the road. It keeps you warm on the plane, dresses up for dinner, and adds an extra layer of coverage when you need it.

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