AirTreks Recommends Travel Gear
At AirTreks, we believe in Experiences Over Possessions.
We are seasoned world travelers who know that the right gear makes all of the difference on a big trip.
Here are some of the things our travelers and colleagues recommend that you can’t leave home without.
AirTreks Recommends Luggage:
We have a few recommendations from travelers and colleagues that stand out as top options for a big trip. See our top picks below!
Co-Founder of Tortuga, Fred traveled extensively and found backpacks to be “lacking” for complex travel, so he made his own! Several people on AirTreks staff have and use Tortuga backpacks. We recommend them and are confident that you will be pleased with Tortuga as well
Runner up: Black Hole Duffel from Patagonia
AirTreks travelers think these durable, high quality bags from Briggs and Riley are worth the splurge. Also available in carry-on size.
One of our Product Managers bought this bag earlier this year, and is now a devotee. Both a roller bag and a backpack, the front zips off to become a smaller bag, which is super handy for day trips.
Runner up: Osprey Ozone Convertible. Our head of Airfare Product is a fan!
AirTreks Recommends City Guides and Books:
We love a great guidebook, and we love reading books set in the destinations we’re visiting.
E-readers are highly recommended to reduce weight and space in your bags.
Or bring a paperback, and gift it to someone you meet on the road when you’re done!
Check out our Amazon reading list here
AirTreks Recommends Adapters and Packing:
Splurge on a good adapter. Packing cubes are crucial. And don’t forget the duct tape. (Yes, seriously!)
This adapter/converter combo gets rave reviews from users, even though it is a bit bulkier than the runner-up adapter.
Packing Cubes are a must for AirTreks Product Manager Sara Tiffany: “I used to just stuff things in my backpack and everything would be a mess all the time. These are the best for keeping things neat and organized. Even though I am still a chronic over-packer, these have made it much easier to bring too much stuff!”