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I was first introduced to one bag travel nearly 25 years ago watching Rick Steves. Ever since then, I’ve owned numerous bags offered by Rick Steves including my first one, the Original Back Door Bag. (I still have it and …

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I like both bags. The Eagle Creek Lync weighs less, can be detached from its... more
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Last summer, Eagle Creek announced a new type of travel bag that was the first of its kind. A wheeled backpack where the bag could be removed from the frame and then the frame disassembled for storage. It would be …

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Expedia/Orbitz, JetBlue/Apple Pay

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Expedia/Orbitz   Just last month we reported that the parent company of online booking site Expedia.com bought competitor Travelocity. Today, Expedia bought another competing site, Orbitz, for $1.3 billion. Expedia and its biggest competitor Priceline have both been on a …

 

Shirt Cardboard

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I travel with mostly button down shirts and use an Eagle Creek Packing Folder to help prevent wrinkles. But a packing folder is heavy compared to cubes and was wondering if there was a way to pack the shirts in …

 

Cuba, Expedia/Travelocity, Skymall

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We’re back……. Cuba In case you haven’t heard, the U.S. is easing restrictions on travel and trade with Cuba. While, technically, American citizens can’t go there strictly for “tourist” purposes, there are enough new reasons to obtain a visa that …

 

Gear Review: Eagle Creek No Matter What Duffels

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Earlier this year, Eagle Creek began to offer a new line of both wheeled and non-wheeled duffel bags called the “No Matter What” duffels named after their “no matter what” warranty. I became intrigued when they started to offer very …