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5 Items You Need for Summer Travel

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With summer just around the corner, you’re probably wanting to go and spend sometime outdoors. Winter’s departure is long overdue, and you may have even forgotten about some of the summer essentials you’ll need for even the most basic day travel — sunglasses, for example, which are so easy to forget about but their absence can turn even a stroll through the park into a nightmare. You’ll find a list of some of our favorite summer essentials, from the previously mentioned sunglasses to other items that will give you comfort on any summer adventure.

1. Olukai’s Nalukai Sandal

Why we picked it: Whether you’re planning to go to the beach this summer or simply to walk around town, this is one of the most comfortable sandal you can find. Its leather sole and footbed make it durable and built for long days outside.

2. Topo Designs Travel Bag

Why we picked it: You’ll be able to fit everything you need for a day trip in here. This backpack is durable, and can hold up to 40L of stuff, while also maintaining stylish design.

3. Huckberry’s Weekenders

Why we picked it: These sunglasses are a great deal for the price. They are lightweight, durable, and suitable for almost any of your outdoor needs. For $35, you can’t go wrong.

4. Layday’s Vista Travel TowelLayday

Why we picked it: Have you ever gone traveling and deliberately left your towel at home in order to save space, only to regret it later? Here’s a towel is specifically for situations like these. It’s made from organic cotton, is highly absorbent, and, perhaps most importantly, one third of the size of a normal towel.

5. Goal Zero’s Lighthouse Core USB Rechargable Lantern

Why we picked it: A flashlight is one of those things that’s easy to forget, but essential when you do need it. And sometimes your phone’s flashlight just isn’t enough. This lantern is perfect for providing you with light whether you’re camping or are simply walking outside after dark. It lasts up to 350 hours on a full charge — that’s almost 2 weeks straight!


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