Lifestyle Travel Briefcase the April 2021 issue

Four Useful Travel Accessories

Don’t leave home without them!
By Carrie Williamson Posted on March 31, 2021

Caraa Single Mask Pouch While mask mandates may vary by state, you are now federally required to wear one while on government property and on airplanes and trains. Keep your masks organized while on the go with this mask pouch. Made of water-resistant nylon and “vegan” leather, the 5” x 9” pouch is light (1 oz.) and machine-washable. It fits up to 10 masks and has a dedicated pocket for filters. Comes in clay, black, sage, blush, neon pink and olive.

Gamer Advantage Fogaway Spray Eliminate one of the more frustrating aspects of wearing a mask with this travel size bottle of anti-fog spray. The proprietary solution is formulated and manufactured in Michigan by a company that produces blue-light glasses for video gamers. One application will help prevent fog for approximately 24 hours. You can use it on all glasses and sunglasses as well as swim and ski goggles. $14.99

J. Stark Oxford Crossbody Pack This new crossbody pack from J. Stark embodies everything the luggage company stands for: minimalist design, high-quality materials and functionality. On the front is a zippered pocket where you can stow your wallet or phone. The inside is roomy enough for your mask, anti-fog spray, hand sanitizer and other items you want to keep handy. Made of heavyweight canvas with straps of heavy nylon webbing and available in natural, olive, cinnamon and Nantucket pink. $95

Made ByKwest The Everything Chain A face mask chain is an especially helpful accessory to have while traveling, when you have to take your mask off and on to go through security or when having a bite to eat or drink on the plane. Looking forward to a time when masks will be a thing of the past is The Everything Chain. It can also be worn as a necklace, bracelet or anklet or used as a chain for your glasses. The 24-inch 14K gold-filled chain is lasered together so it will bend but not break. $129

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