Pack­ing Light

Lonely Planet Magazine (US) - - Globetrotter -

BONOBOS MERINO SWEATER: Light­weight, breath­able and stylish, this sweater is made from 100 per­cent merino wool, a strong but sup­ple fab­ric that has mois­ture-wick­ing prop­er­ties. It’s also odor re­sis­tant, so you can go sev­eral wears with­out a wash – but not too many. Ew. From $98, bonobos.com Left-Handed Re­versed for south­paws TORTUGA OUTBREAKER BACK­PACK: Pack­ing light pro tip: don’t pack more than what you can fit in your carry-on. This travel back­pack fea­tures tons of pock­ets, durable and wa­ter­proof fab­ric, and an ad­justable sus­pen­sion sys­tem that makes haul­ing your stuff a breeze. From $299, tor­tu­gaback­packs.com Front Page Re­porter’s note­book that’s easy to hold Ex­pe­di­tion Tearproof and wa­ter­proof FIELD NOTES NOTE­BOOKS: A cof­fee­house-scrib­bler fa­vorite, these com­pact, 48-page note­books come with graph, ruled, blank pa­per or a mix of all three. Spe­cial-edi­tion note­books fea­ture durable wa­ter­proof pages or lim­ited-time cover art. From $9.95, field­notes­brand.com

Tilt­ing rear screen is made for self­ies SONY RX100 V: Leave the bulky DSLR at home and opt for this tiny-but-pow­er­ful cam­era. The 1-inch sen­sor puts smart­phone cam­eras to shame and a su­per­fast aut­o­fo­cus en­sures you won’t miss your shot. From $1,000,...

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