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These 5 Luxury Travel Accessory Items Are Worth Splurging On
This year has already given us a lot, so why not treat yourself? If you’re a travel lover, now is the best time to splurge on luxury travel items. Not only will luxury travel items make travel post-COVID more enjoyable, but it will also add a little pep in your step while at the airport.
Here are the travel accessories you should splurge on now:
This tech case retails for $495, but its totally worth it. The case comes with storage to hold your cables, earphones, USB drive, and power bank. You’ll also have designated storage space for your credit cards, passport, and miscellaneous travel documents.
The case fits in any carry one and is the perfect solution for easily storing all of your important documents in one place.
These headphones retail around $348 but the peace and quiet you’ll get while traveling is priceless. The battery life lasts for around 30 hours, so they’re perfect for long flights and commutes. If you need to listen to important announcements or someone speaks, all you have to do is lightly press on the right side to activate the external microphone.
The Mifland Standard Rucksack is the perfect carry-on bag option. The bag retails for $450 and is made from natural vegetable leather. This Black-owned brand prides itself on the quality of its handmade leather goods made to last for decades to come.
With a range of sizes from The Carry-On to The Expandable Large, this collection is totally worth your coins. Not only is Away a brand founded by minority women, but the collaboration with Serena Williams is also designed to last for a lifetime. Your items will be protected with its polycarbonate shell and interior compression system.
Having to take off your shoes while going through security is already annoying enough. The Greg shoe by Brother Vellies allows you to just slip on and off your footwear for a stress-free experience at the airport. This Black woman-owned brand designed the Greg shoe to be worn with or without socks — the choice is yours.