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For two years, I’ve been on a quest for the perfect men’s travel shirt. I don’t think I’m asking for much really. It must be: Lightweight Quick drying Synthetic construction Breathable & stays comfortable in all conditions Look like a tailored/dress shirt Wrinkle-resistant Most travel and activewear fits the first four criteria; it’s the last […]
Over the years, I’ve gone through backpacks once every six months or so. And every successive bag is (thankfully) smaller than the last. Which is how I came to find myself on the hunt for a sling bag – they’re typically a step down in capacity from a traditional daypack. But a good sling balances […]
We’ve repeatedly praised merino wool as the “Fabric of the Gods” for travelers (notably here and here). And with good reason: it’s lightweight, super-breathable, naturally odor resistant, itch-free (unlike regular wool), fast-drying, plus it stays cool in the heat and warm in the cold. What’s not to like? And no company we know of does […]
Frequent US travelers will appreciate the need to pack very light – from both a convenience and an economic standpoint. Sure, I occasionally need to go a bit bigger (shameless plug: on those occasions, I’m still a fan of eBags’ EXO Hardside Spinner which remains the best piece of checked luggage we’ve ever reviewed). But, […]
The wearable video cam market has exploded in the last few years. Whether you’re rafting the Colorado River, kayaking off the shores of Hawaii, hiking Kili, or … anywhere doing anything remotely interesting, you can now record it to share with the world. Drift Innovations has jumped feet first into the mix with the Drift […]
We’ve really been digging ECBC’s lineup of backpacks lately. We even ranked the company’s Javelin Daypack among our Holiday Gear Guide 2012: 25 Picks for the Best Travel Gear of the Year. And with good reason: their bags are lightweight, rugged, water-resistant, and very well designed. It’s clear that much thought goes into the layout […]
We review a ton of headphones here at Vagabondish and frankly every pair starts to look a little too much like the one before it. Which is why we love how much Phiaton’s new flagship MS 400 Moderna Series Premium Headphones stand out.
Cords are a significant annoyance for most gadget lovers, but they’re even worse for those afflicted with twin lusts for technology and travel. The sight of a mass of tangled cords lying in the bottom of your backpack, partly merged with your headphones and a few odd lengths of rope, can be enough to make […]
For many budding travel photographers, digital camera accessories can seem like an unnecessary luxury. This is especially true of “fancy” add-ons like lens hoods and even camera straps. I admit to feeling much the same way. But after checking out CarrySpeed.com‘s solid line of accessories, I admit to changing my tune. They recently provided us […]
The design of today’s outdoor/active/travel apparel is a bit … dull. No surprise really as such clothing tends to be more about functionality than aesthetics. But Icebreaker’s new line of Tech T Lite shirts is an ideal blend of both. They commissioned a collection of guest artists including Ed Hepp and Adam Haynes to create […]
I’ve had the same REI backpack with me for the last 6 years and it’s as good now as it was the day I bought it. Their products last a long time. Because the quality has been so wonderful, I purchase all my travel gear through them.