Whether you need help keeping your electronics safe in a laptop sleeve, your luggage secure when rolling through a train station with a travel lock, or an RFID blocking wallet or money belt to keep your information yours, or just some to-die-for ear plugs and a pillow for your flight, we've got you covered. Our travel accessories guide gives you all the information you need to be the most well-prepared traveler you know. (Your flight seat mates will all be jealous of your clean and cozy travel blanket and pillow.)
Over the years, we've found that no one knows how to pack a bag better than our seasoned customers so we've considered their feedback and made sure we've included their recommendations to help build this guide. Think we aren't reading your comments or reviews? Don't worry, we're definitely listening.
We've broken down these travel accessories into six main categories and listed some ideas for how best to use this gear -- what and how to pack it -- in the guide below.
Recommended use: Overnight flights, train rides, bus travel, camping or backpacking trips
It's no secret that the pillows and blankets supplied by airlines aren't the most comfortable -- and they may not always be the cleanest. If you'll be traveling on buses, trains, boats or other modes of travel, these may not even be supplied. Catching a quick snooze en route to your destination can help you fight off exhaustion and jet lag -- plus it'll help you pass the time on a long journey.
Recommended use: International travel, unsafe destinations -- domestic or international
Depending on the destination, travel safety may or may not be top of mind as you pack. For anyone traveling internationally or just to unfamiliar areas, keeping your money stashed in a discreet place is highly recommended. From small bra stashes to hide your cash and credit cards to larger money belts that fit important travel documents, we have many different options to help you keep your valuables safe.