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Kit yourself out for comfort, no matter the journey

Versatile bags to withstand your wildest journeys

Freitag's 85-liter Zippelin duffel uses innovative materials and packs down to the size of a shoebox. But is it worth the $980 price tag?

The best luggage for the overhead bin and the space under your seat

I traveled abroad on a shoestring budget. Here's how I did it—and how you can, too.

I traveled through three climates in three weeks and didn't check a bag. Here's how I packed.

A well-packed ski bag can mean the difference between an epic holiday and trashed gear. Here's how to do it right.

A well-packed ski bag can mean the difference between an epic holiday and trashed gear. Here's how to do it right.

This bag won a Gear of the Year award in our 2019 Summer Buyer’s Guide for best luggage. “The minimalist design is stylish enough for business trips, while the weather-resistant, wipe-clean Cordura fabric and burly wheels won’t be outgunned on an adventure-filled weekend with friends,” we wrote.

This bag is wildly useful and perfect for your weekend adventures

Nothing puts a damper on a vacation like losing your wallet, laptop, or luggage. This technology will help you keep track of what's most important.

Fight Turkey Day couch lock with these secret weapons

The right gear and packing methods can save you baggage fees and ensure the essentials arrive with you

The answer: it depends. But we read through the fine print so you don't have to.

Whatever your adventure, here’s the gear to get you on your way

Mission-critical kit for cars, trucks, and the garage

The North Face Base Camp duffel will fit everything you need, no matter the trip—and it's practically indestructible

If you're looking for adventure, leave your roller bag behind

These simple packing steps will go a long way (like, 2,000 miles long) to making you a less burdened traveler

Going places? Here are six bags we'd recommend you bring along.

A professional videographer shares his years of knowledge on how to make sure your devices arrive in one piece

From baggage fees to rental cars, here are the common mistakes that will cost you when traveling—and how to avoid them

These nine essentials make camp life easier, all under $100

Having the right bags keeps your stuff organized and safe so you can focus on having fun

When it comes to select essentials, spending more now will save you money later

Adventure-ready bags for cargo hold or overhead bin

You're convinced that having a travel expert by your side will be useful. But how do you go about knowing when and how to book with them?

From dry shampoos and water bottles to bandanas and carry-ons, here's what our staff won’t leave home without

This isn’t a luggage tag in the traditional sense. It’s a GPS tag you can attach to anything you don’t want to lose like your camera, keys, or purse. Pair it with your smartphone and you can click a button to sound an alarm on the Tile that can be…

A road-warrior parent of two small children shares his favorite gear for wee ones on the go

If you have beautiful luggage, it deserves a beautiful tag. This simple leather option has a solid brass buckle that’s designed to hold your business card so if you lose it, your bag can find its way back to you. The adjustable strap makes sure that it fits around any…

This tag features a variety of different locator technologies (two different microchips, a serial ID number, and QR Code) that airlines use all over the world to help identify lost luggage. It’s like microchipping your dog—if someone finds your luggage, they can scan the chip and get it back to…

Magellan’s takes a lower-tech route to getting your luggage back to you. Instead of microchips and GPS, this tag has instructions written in multiple languages that guide airline agents to use the itinerary inside the tag to forward your bag to you en route. After all, it does no good…

This three-digit combination lock is accepted by TSA, meaning they can unlock it and search your bag without cutting the lock. An indicator light changes from green to red once the lock has been opened so you know if your bag has been tampered with.

Gear is expensive, and travel documents are difficult to replace. Here’s how to keep it all secure.

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