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The Best Vests We've Gotten Invested in So Far The Best Vests We've Gotten Invested in So Far

Ready to lose the sleeves and inject some mountain casual into your everyday garb? Give these a three-quarter zip.

OXO Made a Fur and Lint Brush, So You Can Start Wearing Black Again OXO Made a Fur and Lint Brush, So You Can Start Wearing Black Again

You’ve probably owned something very similar to these fur and lint brushes from OXO, but theirs is self-cleaning.

How to Avoid Getting the Flu on an Airplane How to Avoid Getting the Flu on an Airplane

We’re in the middle of flu season, and everyone knows theres no better place to catch the disease than on an airplane on your way to that vacation you’ve been looking forward to for months.

Make Flying Slightly Less Terrible With Our Readers' Favorite Travel Pillow, Now $8 Off Make Flying Slightly Less Terrible With Our Readers' Favorite Travel Pillow, Now $8 Off

The Cabeau Evolution was your favorite travel pillow (by a long shot), and you can save 20% on yours today.

Like Truly Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds, but Speakers Like Truly Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds, but Speakers

We recently saw the best price ever on your favorite Bluetooth speaker, the Anker SoundCore- $24, as well as the best price ever on Anker’s step-up speaker options- $40, over on Kinja Deals. That same forty bucks will get you a pair of ultra-portable surround speakers from Kempler & Strauss.

Granola is Garbage, Pack these Waffles Granola is Garbage, Pack these Waffles

Untapped got its start with on-the-go maple syrup as energy shots, but their waffles really steal the show.

The Best External Battery Pack with an AC Outlet The Best External Battery Pack with an AC Outlet

The post-USB-C timing of truly portable external battery packs with AC plugs is tragic, but here we are. Mophie’s Powerstation AC is the first AC-compatible external battery pack anyone would actually throw in a briefcase.

The Best Austin Tips From Our Readers The Best Austin Tips From Our Readers

We asked for your Austin tips and we got 182 of them, recommending Tex-Mex, local attractions, good and bad neighborhoods, and ways the light rail can go screw itself. Here are a few themes that emerged.

Anker Packed a Shockingly Decent Portable Cinema Into a Soda Can Anker Packed a Shockingly Decent Portable Cinema Into a Soda Can

Anker’s new Nebula entertainment brand officially launched its second portable projector this year at CES, and despite its shortcomings, it’s one of the most compelling new gadgets of the year.

Wearing All of Your Clothing to Avoid Checked Bag Fees Is a Bad Idea Wearing All of Your Clothing to Avoid Checked Bag Fees Is a Bad Idea

A man trying to fly from Iceland to England was recently denied boarding for wearing all of his clothing at once in an attempt to avoid a checked bag fee. This is a terrible attempt at a travel hack. He claims that the gate personnel said it would be okay beforehand, but even if they had let him board, he would have…

Use This Travel Time Map to Pick Your Next Hotel Use This Travel Time Map to Pick Your Next Hotel

When you go on a trip, you usually want to stay somewhere central, with easy access to a few local destinations: a conference center, a few restaurants, a fun neighborhood. You can’t just eyeball a map. Travel times depend on more than just distance; they rely on street layout, highways, and public transit. You could…

Preorder and Save On This Unexpectedly Versatile Travel Pillow Preorder and Save On This Unexpectedly Versatile Travel Pillow

Travel pillows are, generally speaking, unitaskers. They strap around your neck and (hopefully) support your head when you doze off on a train or airplane, but otherwise, they don’t see much use. Omni-Pillow challenges that status quo with a brand new design, and you can save big by preordering it through Kickstarter…

Tell Us Your Best Austin Tips Tell Us Your Best Austin Tips

Austin is a little piece of the liberal coast in the middle of Texas, a Southwest version of Portland or San Francisco, with a fantastic music scene. The population has doubled since 1990 and is currently approaching a million; the tourist population is also growing, thanks to Austin’s many festivals and conventions.

Your Amazon Order Might Lock You Out of Trusted Traveler Programs Your Amazon Order Might Lock You Out of Trusted Traveler Programs

You wouldn’t think online shopping could get you in trouble with customs, but if you accidentally order counterfeit merchandise on Amazon it just might. If you plan on doing a lot of traveling, you probably want to double check your orders from now on.

The Best Tokyo Tips, According to Our Readers The Best Tokyo Tips, According to Our Readers

For the first time on “Hack Your City,” we went way outside our usual anglophone range. While most editions of this column boil down to restaurant and bar recs, our Tokyo edition addresses some more fundamental differences that an American tourist needs to know. If you’re visiting for the first time, read all 66 of…

How to Travel to Cuba Solo Under Trump's New Regulations How to Travel to Cuba Solo Under Trump's New Regulations

Since Trump restricted travel to Cuba in November, you may be laboring under the assumption that it’s once again illegal for U.S. citizens to visit Cuba, but that’s simply not true. The regulations have become a bit more strict, sure, but it’s still possible to go follow in Hemingway’s footsteps, even if you’re going…

This $29 Gadget Should Accompany You Whenever You Travel This $29 Gadget Should Accompany You Whenever You Travel

If you travel with any regularity, this versatile little gadget may just be your new best friend. They call it the RAVPower FileHub Plus, but that name doesn’t do it justice, because it’s really three gadgets in one:

Stop Trying to See All of a Museum in One Visit Stop Trying to See All of a Museum in One Visit

When it comes to museums, our ambitions and curiosity are often larger than what our bodies and brains can handle. If you really want to enjoy a museum visit, plan to only see a couple of exhibits.

Tell Us Your Best Tokyo Tips Tell Us Your Best Tokyo Tips

We’re sixteen weeks into Hack Your City, so maybe it’s time to talk about the largest metropolitan area in the world. Tokyo, which houses and employs a full 30% of Japan’s population, is where New Yorkers go to feel small. Like any city of its size, it’s got more to do than you could explore in a lifetime. But it’s…

Travel Wisely With These Tips from Nineteenth Century Japan Travel Wisely With These Tips from Nineteenth Century Japan

There’s been a lot of controversy surrounding Youtuber Logan Paul and his childish antics while visiting the beautiful country of Japan. Well, if you were unaware, there’s a way you should and shouldn’t act when you’re visiting unfamiliar places. The Japanese have known these rules for hundreds of years.

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