The Best Women’s Travel Gear of 2021
Make your next trip more comfortable than the last
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Branwyn Essential Bralette ($38)
Our tester took this bra on an 11-day road trip and had to force herself not to wear it every day. The merino-wool fabric holds its shape and keeps cool.
Title Nine Round Trip Wide Leg Pants ($119)
With a simple clip behind the knee, these high-rise pants go from wide-leg to an eye-catching narrow pleated silhouette. That trick, plus a stretchy recycled-polyester-spandex fabric, means you can go from hiking to a night out.
CamelBak MultiBev Bottle ($50)
Two products in one, the MultiBev combines a 22-ounce stainless-steel water bottle with a 16-ounce coffee cup (silicone lid included) that twists off the bottom.
Prana Narkanda Top ($69)
This shirt, made from Tencel, modal, and polyester, can be cinched at the waist to fit a range of body types. Our tester paired it with tights for hiking and a jacket for a nice dinner out.
Under Armour Sportsmask ($30)
With a water-resistant exterior and a structured interior that keeps it away from your mouth, this is the ultimate mask for active pursuits.
Caraa Nimbus Medium Bag ($225)
Caraa fans have long asked for a smaller version of the brand’s popular Nimbus Large. The Medium delivers, with 14 compartments that collectively hold up to 23 liters.
Stream2Sea Refillable Twist-Up Pocket Hand Sanitizer ($13)
Made from 62 percent ethanol sourced from citrus, and with eucalyptus, camphor, and Vitamin E, this moisturizing spray doesn’t leave a sticky feel.
Hari Mari Fields Puebla Flip-Flops ($80)
You’ll last all day in these flip-flops, thanks to their firm arch support and memory foam-lined straps. The soft, vegetable-tanned leather comes in four colors.
Dragon Aria LL Sunglasses ($129)
The Aria’s lenses use color-optimizing technology for high-definition vision and reduced eye fatigue. That translates to total comfort on all-day drives.
Urbanears Alby Earphones ($69)
We love the Alby for its sweatproof design, 15 hours of charge, and great call quality—and the fact that the buds turn off automatically once placed in the case.
Allbirds Wool Cardi Sweater ($145)
Allbirds’ casual wool cardigan layers well and is easy to slip off when on the move. Its merino fabric also stays stink-free for long periods of travel.