Sure, traveling was put on hold for a while (and still has some restrictions), but we’re starting to rev our engines up again and get back on the road. If you’re as eager as we are to get going on vacations, road trips, even work fights, we’ve got the luggage and accessories you need to get the job done. The best part? Everything is 15% off with code VIP15.
Genius Pack Travel Backpack with Integrated Garment Suiter – $109.65 after code VIP15; originally $198
Traveling light isn’t easy, but with a tri-fold suiter for hanging garments, padded compartments fit up to 16-inch laptops and a tablet, and laundry Compression Technology keeps gym laundry separate, you can head virtually anywhere and feel comfortable knowing there’s always room for an outfit change (or at least the technology to order one off Amazon). Now that’s traveling smarter, not harder.
Urban 21 Commuter Bag – $158.09 after code VIP15; originally $239
With the skyrocketing price of real estate, we’ve all become commuters to major cities in some capacity (unless you enjoy small spaces and multiple roommates). This backpack includes HexBreathe padding on the back of the bag that ventilates sweat and heat to keep your back cool and dry from city sweat, as well as compartments for your sunglasses, computer, and virtually anything else you’d need to put in a good day’s work away from home.
Rollux 2-in-1 Expandable Suitcase – $169.97 after code VIP15; originally $349
Got a closet full of luggage and still not sure what size you need? Try scrapping the whole set and grab just one extremely versatile piece. This baby expands and collapses from carry-on to stowaway in seconds without having to stuff it like a sausage to get all of your needs over state or international lines.
Pacum Luggage Space – Saving Vacuum – $41.64 after code VIP15; originally $59
Speaking of space, sometimes there just truly isn’t enough of it, so you do what any logical person would do: vacuum pack your clothes for more space. This little vacuum frees up to 50% luggage space by compressing your vacuum bag with 65Kpa/9.4Psi pressure.
Travel Packing Bags And Storage Cubes: Set of Six – $16.99 after code VIP15; originally $27
Traveling may cause some disorganization, and we totally get it; why would you want to be organized when it’s so much easier to just be excited for your big vacation and throw it all in without caution? These pouches and cubes are perfect for sorting laundry from clean clothes, as well as giving your life a little bit of decluttering.
Johnny Fly™ Traveler Duffle – $245.64 after code VIP15; originally $360
Flying may look different than the James Bond days, especially with everyone wearing masks, but that doesn’t mean you can’t fly elegantly. This duffle is made of leather in an old-world style and will have other passengers believing you’re made for first-class even though you’re stuck next to the crying baby.
The A10 Adjustable Travel Bag (Navy Blue) – $105.36 after code VIP15; originally $149
Conformity? Never heard of her! This bag is anything but conventional. It can transition between sizes 31L, 46.5L, and 62L capacity for whatever life holds. It also transforms from a duffel to a sling or a backpack. We’re told this is how efficiency works, and we have to agree.
Moovy Bag with Portable Power Station – $169.99 after code VIP15; originally $399
Got dead electronics and nowhere to charge them? Now you do. This bag includes a 22,000mAh battery to charge most of your lifelines in a flash. And, with a cable management system, you never have to worry about dreaded tangles.
Genius Pack Supercharged Carry On (Matte White) – $183.59 after code VIP15; originally $395
Speaking of needing a boost, sometimes it comes at the worst times, like when you’re about drained of battery and all the airport outlets are taken by kids charging their tablets to watch Disney with no earbuds in. This luggage has two TSA-compliant USB ports, so you can charge safely and without hassle (hopefully you’re not seated anywhere around those kids either.)
TDN Everyday Backpack – $110.49 after code VIP15; originally $199
And, even though the 21st century has brought us some super cool gadgets, sometimes you just need the classics. This backpack has plenty of storage for you to travel the great beyond, but it also looks sleek enough to bring to the office on the days a briefcase won’t do.
Foldable Luggage Storage Shelf – $29.79 after code VIP15; originally $59
How’s it hanging on vacation? If you don’t have this little organizer, things are probably not the best. Instead of throwing your stuff on the floor or haphazardly around your space, this hanging organizer is three-tiered, zippered, and fits nicely in your carry-on for easy access.
Rolo Portable Roll-Up Travel Bag – $25.49 after code VIP15; originally $49
Speaking of hanging it all out there, this backpack is a compression bag, a suitcase, a wardrobe, an organizer all in one. It also comes with a strong metal hanging hook and a fiberglass rod that reinforces Rolo when it hangs and compresses down clothes when rolled, so space is never an issue.
Quiver X: The Ultimate 3-in-1 Everyday Travel Bag – $118.96 after code VIP15; originally $174
Gym rats, unite! This bag is perfect for those of us who spend our days getting sweaty. With a shower compartment and toiletry pouch, you can exercise easily knowing you’ve got all the necessities to keep from smelling like yesterday’s gym shorts after a good sweat sesh.
TUDIA Genuine Leather Travel Passport/Vaccine Card RFID Wallet Case – $21.24 after code VIP15; originally $49
This little handy dandy passport wallet works in a few ways. First, it has seven pockets: a slot for a passport, four slots for cards, and two general pockets that fit just about anything you need to travel efficiently. Second, it’s RIFD protected, so traveling doesn’t have to be as scary as the movies make it seem.
PLIQO Carry-On Garment Bag – $146.16 after code VIP15; originally $215
Last but not least, this bag fits in your carry-on and folds out to reveal anything you might slip in a garment bag for when you need to travel with something a little fancier than vacation clothes. Heck, even if your vacation clothes are fancy, they’d do well here too.