Yeti Crossroads Collection
The cult-favorite cooler and drinkware company is expanding its range of offerings yet again, this time with its sights set on those ready to hit the road for longer than a day trip or a tailgate. While they’ve offered some bags since 2017, the new collection includes three backpacks, two duffels and two soft-side roll-aboards, all made of their heavy-duty “Tuffskin” nylon. (Hard case luggage is coming later this spring.) Prices start at $25 for small packing cubes and reach $450 for the large wheeled suitcase.
Buy it! Items from $25; yeti.com
Away by Rashida Jones
Parks and Recreation’s Rashida Jones is no stranger to fitting her life in a suitcase to hit the road. Now, she’s using all she’s learned as lifelong traveler to launch her second collaboration with popular travel brand Away.
Available online and in stores on October 20, Away by Rashida Jones is a limited edition line of suitcases and accessories designed for the stylish traveler.
Crafted from vegan leather and canvas, the items in the collection include a set of packing cubes, a duffel, a belt bag, a tablet case and hard-shell luggage in various sizes and colors.
Buy It! Starting at $45, awaytravel.com
Travelpro x Travel + Leisure
On September 17, Travelpro and Travel + Leisure announced that they had teamed up to create a collection comprised of nine functional yet stylish pieces — four hard-sided suitcases and five soft companion bags, designed to be mixed and matched
“This new line is all about bringing style and ease to every trip, as travelers begin to get out there and explore the world once again,” Jacqui Gifford, Editor in Chief of Travel + Leisure explained in a press release. (Travel + Leisure is published by Meredith, PEOPLE’s parent company.)
The hard cases come in in White Sand, Monaco Blue and Whistler Grey, and the soft are available in the previous three colors as well as Black Diamond.
Buy It! Starting at $245, travelpro.com
Ostrich Pillow Original
This pillow looks like it might be embarassing to wear, but trust us, it’s insanely comfortable. If you can get past the laughs from your fellow passengers, you might just have the most comfortable plane-sleep of your life. And if you are too ashamed to actually put it on your head, it’s just as comfortable leaned up against a window.
Buy It! $99; ostrichpillow.com
Roam Globetrotter Suitcase
This suitcase is lightweight, rolls like a breeze and easily fits a week’s worth of clothes for two people. It closes easily and has a convenient and easy-to-use lock built into the zipper.
Buy It! $550; roamluggage.com
Mark & Graham Ripstop Duffel
For a small duffel, this fits a lot, and it was made for over-stuffing, but the zipper stays extra secure. It’s got a 90s feel, and the waterproof material makes it easy to clean. Even foundation immediately came out with makeup wipes!
Buy It! $79-$99 with a free monogram; markandgraham.com
Flight001 Spacepak Toiletry Case
This bag fits everything — including bigger products like electric toothbrushes, deodorants and face lotions. It has a variety of zip pockets for keeping things like facial oils and lotions secure, netting and even smaller zips for travel-size toothpastes you worry might explode. It’s a little larger than other toiletry bags, but it eliminates the need for any other type of dopp kit.
Buy It! $45; flight001.com
Timbuk2 Stack Packing Cubes
These look nice, and have a breathable mesh portion so you don’t as gross putting dirty gym clothes back in them. They’re expandable and the zippers are smooth. Plus, the larger one has a handle on top which you can use when taking out the cube or putting it in your suitcase. They’re truly the right sizes, and you can jam a ton in the larger one without it taking up too much real estate in your suitcase. The smallest one is nice from an organizational standpoint in that it is the right size to fit two whole outfits or all of your tops for a trip.
Buy It! $49.99; timbuk2.com
The Laundress Travel Pack
“Complete with a crease release spray, fabric fresh spray, delicate wash and a stain remover, this set has everything you need to give your clothes a refresh while away from home. The fragrances aren’t too overpowering, but make your clothes feel clean, and the laundry bag helps separate your dirties.
Buy It! $52; thelaundress.com
Aether Large Welded Duffle
Heartier than your typical overnight bag, this is a great option for trips where a rollerboard suitcase doesn’t make sense (think: when jamming stuff into the back of a car or traversing any terrain tougher than an airport terminal). The large size is suitable for a week-long trip, but there’s also a smaller (and more affordable) version for shorter stints.
Buy It! $250; aetherapparel.com
Dagne Dover Hunter Toiletry Bag
This bag is small but mighty. It looks so tiny that you think you won’t fit anything, but it stretches! It’s not all encompassing, but it can fit most makeup routines — and the little Velcro pockets can come out so you can customize based on how organized you like your toiletries. The material is high-quality, and it’s just plain cute.
Buy It! $35; dagnedover.com
Love Home & Planet Re-Wear Dry Wash Spray
This has a nice, not-too-overpowering scent that definitely feels like a refresher on your clothes. The one downside: it doesn’t come in travel-size, so you can only pack it when you check a bag or for a road trip.
Buy It! $7; target.com
Flight001 Spacepak Undergarments
These work super well in a suitcase. They have two sides — one for clean and one for dirty — which solves one of the biggest problems for travelers. They also fit a lot more than you’d expect them to!
Buy It! $45; flight001.com
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