Stay Cool and Carry On

I love traveling.  More often than not, I’m headed out of town for a night or two to speak to a client, company, or student group.  That being said, a good weekender is essential to my success.  This short article I found in Valet Mag (one of my go to style sources) was right on time for me because my current weekender is on its way out of commission (I give it about 6 more months or 8 more trips, whichever comes first).  Anyway, check this article and, even if this weekender isn’t for you, I highly recommend finding one that is.  It’ll make traveling a lot easier for you.

IMG_2014Unless you’re traveling for an extended length of time, it’s clear that these days, you’ll likely carry-on your gear. And while packing a smaller bag comes with some challenges, don’t let that keep you from looking sharp. The key is finding the right bag for your needs and California-based luggage brand The Shine has just released the perfect weekender for guys who will easily wear the same pair of jeans for five days but want to swap out their kicks. Dubbed the sneaker duffel, it’s specially designed with two dedicated shoe compartments—each large enough for a pair of boots or, of course, some limited edition high tops. The expandable shoe pockets are also water-resistant and outfitted with air-flow grommets that allow footwear to air out while you travel. The bag’s main chamber can hold three to four days worth of clothes and its lid flap has been optimized with pockets for your chargers and other essentials. Plus, a zippered pocket in the rear will fit a tablet or 13-inch laptop. So go, hit the road. You no longer have to worry about fitting those beloved kicks into your bag.

Source: Valet Mag


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