While planning is a necessity for creating a great trip or vacation, having the appropriate travel gear is also just as important. With the right luggage and bags you are able to help utilize less space and stay organized while traveling.
Let me introduce you to Eagle Creek, the makers of “smart, innovative and durable luggage, bags and accessories”. The company began in 1975, started by Steve and Nona Barker in the San Jacinto Mountains of California.
“We’re a tribe of travelers who believe travel has the ability to change people for the better; to make friends out of strangers and to create inspiration unlike anything else.” – Eagle Creek
Living that mantra, it has been their goal since the beginning to help make these experiences accessible by designing systems and solutions that allow travelers to arrive at their destinations well equipped and ready to experience their trip fully.
Offering products that are intuitive, innovative and durable is the keystone of the Eagle Creek brand. Eagle Creek gives each of us the ability to stay organized while traveling; which also gives us the freedom to enjoy each adventure that becomes a part of our life’s journey.
I had the opportunity to test of one of Eagle Creek’s wonderful products over the last few weeks. The Pack-It™ World Traveler System has become a wonderful addition to helping us stay organized while traveling. This system comes complete with a Pack-It™ Folder 18, a Pack-It™ Cube, and a Pack-It™ Cosmo that allows you to pack and use less space.
Whether packing a traditional piece of luggage, an overnight bag or duffel bag, the Pack-It™ System really does help you get more into less space.
- The Pack-It™ Folder 18 holds up to 12 garments; shirts, slacks, sweaters and blouses, packing them in a way that creates less wrinkles.
- The Pack-It™ Cube perfectly holds your t-shirts, shorts, undergarments and unmentionables.
- The Pack-It™ Cosmo is the solution for your toiletries and cosmetics.
With our anniversary a little less than two weeks ago, the Pack-It™ World Traveler System was perfect for a romantic weekend away. Compatible with other Pack-It™ systems, you pack your World Traveler System and tuck each piece into your luggage, leaving you more space for other traveling necessities (like my shoes and hair dryer). Available in must-have prints, your personality is evident in your bag each time you travel.
Made with 300D Poly Micro-Weave and LinkSeal™ Mesh, should something in your Pack-It™ Cosmo pouch leak or spill, there is no worry it will soak through as the fabric of these pieces are stain and water-resistant. The intuitive choice of durable fabric also makes the surface easy to wipe clean. That makes momma happy, because I am infamous for breaking my eye makeup while traveling.
Stay Organized While Traveling
Bottom line: the Pack-It™ World Traveler System helps you use less space and stay organized while traveling. Specifically, I am not sure how I ever lived without the Pack-It™ Folder 18 or the Pack-It™ Cube. As a woman, we always have a cosmetic or toiletry pouch when we travel, even keeping a small one in our purses and bags. But I had no idea what I was missing in packing my tops and skirts, hose, panties and bras. Now I do and I will never travel without my fabulous Pack-It™ World Traveler System from Eagle Creek or without reading over their travel tips and packing lists. I believe they may have thought of everything.
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Lilah Ayelet is a photographer extraordinaire, life coach, and blogger who has a sometimes snarky and irreverent approach to life. Her personal blog, Naturally Frugalicious, offers perspectives on healthy eating and frugal living through recipes, tips, and DIY projects. When she isn’t blogging or elbow deep in her photography, Lilah can be found drinking a glass of wine and getting lost in Pinterest. She can also be found on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.