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Best new travel gear we can't wait to get our hands on

បានប្រកាសនៅ Travel នៅAugust 27 2019 at 03:01 PM

Twice a year, gear makers from all over the world gather in the Denver, ColoradoConvention Center to share their newest designs, innovations, and inventions with outdoor stores, journalists, and their peers. This year, the biggest focus was on how to keep people kitted out in rain jackets, hiking boots, and travel bags, without trashing the beautiful places we thrill to experience. 

Besides eco-benign waterproofing and repurposed content, gear keeps getting lighter but also more durable, using less material and lasting longer. Here are a few of our favorite new products, most of which will be available spring of 2020.
 

Black Diamond Session 

Grippy, comfortable and versatile, Black Diamond’s new lifestyle approach shoe might be the ultimate travel shoe. Made to help rock climbers get to the crag, it has the support, stability, and grip to make it ideal for a technical approach to a viewpoint, a long haul flight, or café hopping. 

It slides on easily (no need to fuss with laces), and the integrated sock-like bootie and knit upper are supportive and won’t overheat your feet. You won't fear you'll slip, regardless of where you're walking. The sticky rubber sole is grippy for both approaches or commutes. $120, blackdiamondequipment.com

Twice a year, gear makers from all over the world gather in the Denver, ColoradoConvention Center to share their newest designs, innovations, and inventions with outdoor stores, journalists, and their peers. This year, the biggest focus was on how to keep people kitted out in rain jackets, hiking boots, and travel bags, without trashing the beautiful places we thrill to experience. 

A woman sits in the bow of a boat with backpacks; she is looking away from the camera and her hair is blowing around
Your next big adventure awaits and this is what you need © Jordan Siemens / Getty Images

Besides eco-benign waterproofing and repurposed content, gear keeps getting lighter but also more durable, using less material and lasting longer. Here are a few of our favorite new products, most of which will be available spring of 2020.

the rear of a black sneaker with rubber soles and sturdy heel compartment
Lightweight and go-anywhere: these versatile trainers will have you trekking through cities as well as national parks © Black Diamond

Black Diamond Session 

Grippy, comfortable and versatile, Black Diamond’s new lifestyle approach shoe might be the ultimate travel shoe. Made to help rock climbers get to the crag, it has the support, stability, and grip to make it ideal for a technical approach to a viewpoint, a long haul flight, or café hopping. 

It slides on easily (no need to fuss with laces), and the integrated sock-like bootie and knit upper are supportive and won’t overheat your feet. You won't fear you'll slip, regardless of where you're walking. The sticky rubber sole is grippy for both approaches or commutes. $120, blackdiamondequipment.com

see through bags filled with a variety of personal care items on a desk
These handy stashers work just like ziplocks and won't end up in the ocean © Stasher

Stasher Bags

These plastic-free, endlessly reusable silicone bags have an air-tight pinch-shut seal, a lot like a Ziplock. But these sandwich bag-like storage bags won’t end up in the landfill or the ocean after you empty them of trail snacks, toiletries, or leftovers.

The bags don’t absorb flavors. They also save on dishes--you can cook, store and freeze right in the bag and you can also eat out of Stasher bags. If one does get damaged or you want to replace it, send your old bag back to Stasher and they’ll turn it into playground pebbles. Starting at $8, stasherbag.com

Osprey Arcane Tote Pack

Made for urban day hikes, the canvas-feel, cleanly designed Arcane Tote is built from sustainable fabrics and custom hardware and is classy, timeless, and pleasant to touch. A top zip gives access to the main compartment. Seal your gear inside with the secure fold-and-hook closure. In front, a shove pocket holds small items and tucks away the tote straps when you’re wearing this bag as a pack. 

A mesh-covered, ridged foam backpanel facilitates airflow and manages sweat. It holds a 15” laptop, and it converts from a pack to a tote with quick-release aluminum security hooks on the shoulder straps, which also have a hidden pocket for small essentials like a metro card. $110, osprey.com

Thule Chasm Wheeled Duffel

This bag has the storage, organization, and durability to hit the road for any length of adventure. A large main compartment has space for clothing and active gear with external compression straps to control the load. An exterior pocket and a spacious interior mesh lid pocket keep you organized on the go.

It’ll quickly become your favorite travel companion and it won’t wear out. The Chasm is built from durable, weather-resistant tarpaulin that shields your gear from elements, with a protective and shock-absorbing, molded polycarbonate back. The V-channel telescoping handle lets you maneuver oversized rear wheels over tough terrain without tipping. $330, thule.com

Goal Zero Sherpa 100 PD

Power your phone and tablet, GPS and watch, and more with Goal Zero’s Sherpa 100 PD. It’s easy to pack at 1.4 pounds, and it’s slim and trim enough to fit in the palm of your hand. 

Multiple USB-C and USB-A charge ports let you juice up several devices at a time. And the Qi wireless charging pad reboots your phone, no dangling cable required. If you’re on a longer or more power-intensive trip, recharge the Sherpa 100 PD with a solar panel or wall plug. And the price can’t be beat. $170, goalzero.com

Peak Design Travel Tripod  

This professional-grade, full-feature camera tripod is the width of a water bottle (around 3.2 inches), the length of a small baguette (15.5 inches), and it weighs 2.8 pounds (in carbon). The project raised over US$6 million in two weeks on Kickstarter for its portability, packability, and intuitive ease of use. 

To extend the tripod, you release the three cam levers in a single one-handed click, and the tripod’s nested legs extend to over five feet. The head dial has smooth 360-degree adjustment and it locks, whether you’re using a DSLR or phone on the quick release top-plate. $349-$599, with pre-release deals still available through Kickstarter.

Eno The SkyLite Hammock 

Sleeping in a hammock is an acquired taste, and skill, and usually requires flipping and flopping until you find a comfortable position. The SkyLite is a new style of hammock that’s flat like a bed or lounge chair and easy to sleep in – no flopping required. 

A removable spreader bar system creates space inside, and a J-shaped door lets you in and out easily. Toggles at each end make this hammock easy to hang. A breathable mesh bug net covers the whole thing to keep mosquitoes and other bugs out so you can read, nap or just hang out without swatting. 2lbs, 7’ x 3’ and holds up to 250lbs. $170, eaglesnestoutfitters.com

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