Apparel & Accessories

Dominate 2019 With These Must-Have Travel Tools

Those eager to explore new destinations will love indulging in any one of these must-have travel tools.

Nodpod, $25

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Weighted blankets are so last year; this season, it’s all about the weighted eye masks. At 9 oz., these “eye pillows” provide just enough heft to soothe the mind on hectic travel days and calm the body right before bedtime.

Cotopaxi Kusa Blanket, $90

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Made with the same llama-poly insulation that keeps Cotopaxi jackets toasty, this blanket’s use of DWR-coated ripstop nylon gives it a durability you’ll love for use at home or around a campfire.

Bose Noise-Masking Sleepbuds, $250

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Got noisy neighbors in your hotel? Not to worry—these noise-masking earbuds will put them out of your mind and allow you to focus on getting a good night’s rest.

Reebok Enhanced Women’s Active Grip Bag, $45

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Doubling as a travel and gym bag (with a special compartment for wet or sweaty clothes), this polyester duffel is a go-to for those who spend much of their life on the go.

Bindle Bottle, $39

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Keep your water cool (or coffee hot!) for hours with this vacuum-insulated, stainless steel bottle. Its secret screw-on compartment locks valuables away for safety, making misplaced keys a problem of the past.

CEP Compression Women’s Merino Socks for Recovery, $60

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Compression is widely considered to be just as vital to recovery as hydration. With that in mind, pull these circulation-boosting merino wool socks on to make sure your body remains at the top of its game—even when you’re far from the comforts of home.