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These flexible $95 sneakers are knit from a stretchy material that requires no break-in period — and they can pack completely flat

Suavs are the travel-friendly shoes you've probably seen on social media. The limited collection combines 3D-printed knit, low-density rubber soles, and removable insoles to make uniquely comfortable shoes that don't require a break-in period. For $95, they're a pretty great option.

Every traveler should get this $9 luggage scale before their next international flight

This $9 digital luggage scale can save you hours of frustration and hundreds of dollars even if you don't consider yourself an overpacker.

This crossbody purse is actually a sophisticated DSLR camera bag in disguise — it was the only purse I used for a 12-day trip to France

The stylish Claremont camera bag from Lo & Sons is the reason I started taking my DSLR camera on vacation again — and it doubled as the perfect travel purse.

The best travel pillows you can buy

It's hard to get shut-eye during a long flight, but a good travel pillow can help make it a bit easier. These are the best travel pillows you can buy.
The Away carry-on versions include an ejectable battery and two USB ports so that you can charge your devices with ease at the airport.

26 packing essentials we never travel without — from a $150 mobile WiFi hotspot to a $6 pack of face wipes

From packing everything in line with your airline's rules, to keeping up with your skin care routine while living out of a small dopp kit, these are must-have items when we hit the road — things that make traveling easier, more comfortable, more efficient, or cheaper.

I tried the cult-favorite Trtl travel pillow to see if it’s worth the hype — and I don’t know how I ever flew without it

Our favorite travel pillow, the Trtl, just got a makeover. The Trtl Pillow Plus has adjustable support, breathable fabric, and extra cushioning.
Packing was daunting.

I spent a year traveling the world and reporting on the road for work — here are the gadgets I couldn’t have done it without

Since I brought only a carry-on suitcase on my trip, I had to pack strategically with only the most useful items. That included a lot of gadgets.

The best luggage scales you can buy

Stop guessing the weight of your checked baggage and avoid potential fees. Use a luggage scale before you head to the airport.
The Hanover Deluxe has memory foam and mesh straps for non-slip comfort.

Lo & Sons makes bags that are expertly designed for travel — I was able to fit a weekend’s worth of items in its largest backpack

Lo & Sons backpacks are designed to fit more without the clutter. For a weekend home, it was the perfect size to carry everything I needed.

I spent 2 weeks traveling Europe by bus and this hooded neck pillow was a lifesaver for helping me get enough sleep

This travel pillow with an attached hood that can go over your eyes has made all the difference on long bus and plane rides.