How to pack light

Ably Apparel's magic t-shirts. Photo by Johanna Read TravelEater.netSince I travel so much, I’ve gotten pretty good at travelling light. So, Men’s Journal asked me for some of my favourite clothing and gear to help their readers pack light. Here’s the article:

Pack light! Travel gear that folds up small and snaps right back.

It features several products I use regularly, like Ably Apparel’s magical t-shirts that rarely need washing, thanks to their Filium technology,  the pocket-packing Joey Jacket, Ex Officio undies (mine are much cuter than the pic they put in the article), Road ID, the Bucky Sleepmask, and Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil bags (I have two of the cross-body type bags, and have asked Sea to Summit to add a shoulder strap to their duffle bag, otherwise it’s not as easy for women to carry).

 

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Joey Jacket’s pocket perfection. Photo courtesy of Global Travel Clothing.

 

Note that I received the Joey Jacket and Ably Apparel’s t-shirts at a discount or free in order to review them, but I love both products and no one from either company reviewed or approved my article.  

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