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

How to ditch your fluid soaps and sundries for a more seamless travel experience

A good system will save you time before, during, and after your next getaway

We've found the perfect gear totes to help you reach your destination, however far-flung

They’re the best of all worlds, with the straps of a backpack, the capacity of a duffel, and the features of a suitcase

Flights and hotels are expensive. Your travel kit doesn't have to be.

Packing light is all about mind over matter

Imagine a future where a robot checks you into your hotel, carries your luggage through the airport, and tunes your skis. Turns out, that future is already here.

Traveling with beer or wine is easy if you follow these steps

Packs, duffels, and rollers that shake off abuse

The new collection is durable and ready to haul, with an emphasis on comfort and easy access

Seven products that make adventuring easier

Hopefully after reading this, you'll never buy luggage without two shoulder straps again

We crowdsourced reviews on this crucial piece of gear

Five pieces of easy-on-your-wallet gear to make stays away from home more enjoyable

With the JetBag, flying with glass bottles no longer means risking the destruction of your luggage

These shoulder bags simplify summer wanderings

Five bags that are ready to take on the world.

How to choose luggage for your next expedition to the Serengeti or the next regional sales trip to Akron

Watch as we run the Thunderhead through a car wash to find out just how waterproof the bag really is.

The final word on what to pack it into for your summer getaway

The Seattle company's gear lasts approximately forever. But when the stuff is ready to retire, it ends up on this duo’s table and turns into something brand new.

A bag that epitomizes the high quality of small-batch products made in the U.S.

Most functional bags of 2015.

Stop using that beat-up suitcase—and pack your new luggage with these foolproof essentials

Bags for light, medium, and heavy packers

Crying babies, endless delays, and that one aggressive seat-kicker are almost inevitable travel companions. Doesn't mean you can't have a nice journey: savvy packing will keep you collected and calm. We can't promise the same for the new parents across the aisle.

You should be packing like a technomad.

Stands out in on-the-fly convenience, spaciousness, and durability.

I’m going to Hawaii for work, and need travel bags that are business-appropriate but rugged enough to let me explore the island by foot when I get there. Any suggestions?

Now that checking bags costs an arm and a leg, I'm having trouble staying organized on short work trips. Any tips for packing everything I need to work, exercise, and dine out?

July 15-17, Alta, Wyoming.

A leather briefcase that’s charmingly old-school while loaded with smart concessions to the modern world.

There are certain skills every Outside guy should possess. For this, the first installment of our four-part fundamentals series, we address the basics of adventure.

Why It’s CoolThe roof-rack lashing system is integral: Strong shock cords run along both sides of the bag. Wrap ’em around the rack and fasten them to the bag. Also with roof racking in mind, Kiva supplies a rain cover. » Big Mouth takes its name from the thin aluminum…

Leave it to messenger monarch Timbuk2 to devise an ingenious shoulder-bag-cum-suitcase. I toted this 1,521-cube carry-on for a month in the Philippines, where it functioned as my ad hoc office while holding backup clothing in case my checked luggage went missing. Three organizational compartments have various zippered sleeves,…

Here’s a cleanly designed multitasker with the right goods for road tripping, globe-trotting, or anything in between. Trundle this 2005 Gear of the Year fave up to the reception desk at the W Hotel without looking like you’re fresh off the mountain, then zip off the bomber backpack to launch…

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