All reviewed pieces of Travel Gear
Whether you’re a professional photographer, videographer or hobbyist, the WANDRD PRVKE (pronounced: wandered provoke) 31 Photography Bundle offers a thoughtful option for everyday use or longer trips.
A tiny flashlight that you can attach to your keychain or bag. Super convenient and it packs a brightness punch.
Bridging the gap between workaholic and weekend warrior.
We took an in-depth look at the Roost Stand, one of the original portable laptop stands.
We took an in-depth look at the Nexstand, one of the best bang-for-your-buck laptop stands.
The traveler’s perfect lightweight, hygienic and environmentally-friendly travel companion.
Whether you’re traveling in the desert or staying warm on a cold winter’s evening, this one piece of headwear will rule them all.
Minimal wireless Bluetooth headphones from Apple that also double as a microphone.
With the durable Outlier Slim Dungarees, you can feel like you’re wearing pajama pants while looking like you’re ready for a business lunch.
Great little compact containers to store all of your TSA-approved liquids.
Although expensive, this tee will last you a long time and look great without requiring much maintenance.
A nearly indestructible carry on sized backpack that will hold up in any condition.
A minimalistic sandal that sticks to your feet so well, you can run in them.
An ultralight spoon and fork combo that will come in handy when you need it.
A small international plug adapter with a slim profile that converts the outlets of more than 150 countries.
A portable battery pack and wireless router combo that will charge your phone 2-3 times and create a wireless network for your devices.
A compressible water bottle that clips to your luggage when full, and rolls up small when empty.
A padded organizational pocket that can be used as a standalone bag or inside of other luggage to organize your gear & clothing.
A submersible pair of shorts that double as swim trunks.
A deceptively light jacket that keeps you super warm for the weight that it is.
An antimicrobial, microfiber towel that’s small enough to fit in your pack, but big enough to bring to the beach and lie out on.
A minimalistic desert boot with an ultra thin sole.
An ultralight rain jacket that compresses neatly down into roughly the size of a soda can.
A tiny bar of soap & shampoo that lasts much longer than typical liquid soaps.
A compact trimmer that gives you 8-10 shaves per AA battery.