Ditch the bulky hanging bag and step up to the Patagonia MLC Burrito Bag ($180). This well-designed garment bag keeps your clothes on the hangers and folding them into thirds, but still wrinkle-free. The bag features space for eight items (with hangers), a large mesh pocket for shoes, four sleeve pockets for personal items, and more.
Dont worry if the upcoming G.I. Joe movie sucks: you can get your military fix with the Tumi Digi Camo Collection ($75-$650). Combining Tumi's reputation for quality with the rugged look of green digital camo, the collection includes a laptop sleeve, smallish man bag, a duffel bag, a 20-inch wheeled carry-on, and a 35-inch oversized wheeled duffel.
Whether you're hiking, camping, or just running late for work, you can brew your favorite teas on the go with the Travel Buddy Tea Infuser ($27-$33). Available in three sizes for modest to boast-worthy drinkers, the Travel Buddy features a built-in strainer helps to filter tea, a special safe lid with air leaking design to prevent air blowout, the ability to brew green tea, black tea, flower tea, herb tea, fruit tea coffee grounds or tea bags, and a leak-proof design.
Plan your next adventure the old-fashioned way with Orvis Leather-Bound Atlas and Guides ($49/each). Covered in one of four soft, premium calfskin colors — depending on whether you grab the National Parks, World Atlas, Rocky Mountain, or Appalachian guides — each one includes maps, and note pages, printed on gilt-edge, acid-free paper, with extra blank pages for writing about your journey.
What do you get when you mix a pocket watch and a Swiss Army Knife? The Victorinox Swiss Army Travel Alarm 1884 ($550; November 1). This unique timepiece features a solid stainless steel case with red side-panels and face, a precision Swiss analog quartz movement, an alarm function with dedicated time dial, and the same folding system as the Swiss Army Knife, complete with toothpick and tweezer in the side panel.