Get your bathroom gear to your destination perfectly organized with the Jack Spade Waxwear Travel Kit ($145). This unassuming bag features a waxwear outer which provides strength and abrasion resistance, a hidden snap closure, two exterior pockets, an inner zippered pocket, interior organizing pockets, and an adjustable shoulder strap.
The Zuca Pro ($285) is so revolutionary, it's hard to call it a suitcase. Built within a lightweight anodized aluminum exoskeleton, the Zuca Pro packs in every feature a hardcore traveller could want. The overhead-friendly bag features a built-in seat (rated to support 300 pounds), a 41-inch telescoping handle, 4-inch polyurethane wheels (some of the smoothest and most silent we've ever tested), and uses 5 drawer-like, color-coded packing pouches that keep you organized and fitting more than ever before. The Zuca Pro also comes with a TSA-approved toiletry bag, a removable water resistant insert bag, and a ballistic nylon travel cover.
Planning to travel in 2009? Do yourself a favor and pack your gear in a new Crumpler Freestanding Edwardian ($416). Available in three colorways, this large bag features a water resistant outer shell, reinforced sidewalls and base, a utility backpack and laundry bag (complete with stinky undies artwork), plenty of pockets including a side-loading laptop area, ultra glide wheels, and the ability to stand on its own, which is always handy when trudging through the airport.