What do you buy the person that values experiences over possessions? That’s easy. We’re here to help you think outside of the bag (pun intended). Here are our favorite goodies for the globetrotter—all items are sure to enhance any trip and delight every traveler.
Modern travelers know the two things that make airports bearable: a charged phone and a carry-on bag. With luggage fees soaring and outlets at a premium, this exclusive collaboration between eBags and Samsonite has produced our absolute favorite and best-selling
carry-on, err, I mean personal item—the Spinner Underseater with USB port counts as a personal item AND has a USB port. WIN. WIN.
Know any vloggers? Whether your favorite video blogger is professional or amateur, recording videos has to be one of the best ways to remember a trip. While phones have decent built-in microphones, they tend to pick up loads of background noise. This tiny microphone can plug into any headphone jack to capture professional-quality audio.
Give them the gift of choice with an eBags gift card! Available in any amount and also in any form. Order a physical card, print a card, or send an e-Giftcard to a traveler anywhere in the world.
Ok, this Ostrich pillow is incredible. Any international traveler will rejoice with the gift of this travel pillow. It makes long-haul flights bearable thanks to its wrap-around design—even if your head bobs forward, it will cushion your head so you arrive at the destination without any soreness. It’s legit and you and all your traveler friends should have one.
The Ultimate Stocking Stuffer
We are forever obsessed with the eBags Connected Luggage Tag. Why? Because it’s not like other bag tags. It has several super cool, Instagram photographed designs and a QR code—keeping your personal information away from wandering eyes and the tag makes your bag trackable in the event you two get separated.
And the greatest gift of all? No-stress shopping. Get all of these presents from eBags with plenty of time before the holidays. Shop now!
Annie’s based in Los Angeles but hails from Portland, Oregon. Sort of. She moved to six states by the time she reached middle school, and continues to move around the US and abroad – call her a nomad, but she prefers “Location ADHD.” After studying abroad in New Zealand, Annie circled the globe, graduated from USC, and circled the world once again. For one year she lived out of a backpack everywhere from The Philippines to Nepal to Slovenia to Norway. She’s a curry connoisseur and passionate explorer, taking the road less traveled, the “trail” covered in vines and swarmed in exotic bugs. Foreign lands feel like home, and Annie loves encouraging more and more people to utilize their passports and experience a new culture.