What’s more fun than receiving a postcard in the mail? Receiving a postcard you can eat, of course.
The artist’s Cityscape collection, a series of rings that pay tribute to several cities around the world, is an incredibly original way to hold on to your travel memories.
The lightweight device is a mobile library made for carry-on luggage and beach vacations.
Goodbye soggy toasted sandwiches. Saviour Snacks’ boxes are comprised of six sweet and savoury eats, each less than 150 calories.
Neal’s Yard claims its balm is a cleanser, moisturizer, lip balm, eyebrow tamer and much more. We put it to the test.
When you’re not in a position to press your face up against a freshly washed surfboard and slowly, deeply inhale, this is the next best thing.
Portable and easily packable, the Rad Roller is the next best thing to an on-demand full-body massage.
Whether your skin is feeling the heat from sunshine and salt water, dried out from stale plane air, or taking a beating from the frigid winds on the slopes, this mask does incredible things to soothe and calm stressed skin.
The Pocket Pharmacy contains five roll-on essential-oil blends, lined up and ready to tackle every ailment that a traveller could be threatened by.
The collection of cold-pressed booster shots at Toronto’s Greenhouse Juice Co. are perfectly sized to fit in a carry-on toiletry case.
This durable plastic Carry-on Quart Bag is a miniature medicine cabinet, housing all I need for my morning and bedtime routines while on the road.
The concept for Printstagram began as a performance art piece (!), and the company wants its customers to know there are humans behind the interface: real people who see your photos, share your moments and send your prints off with care.
When you’re packing light, the best kind of gear is gear with multiple purposes. But you already know about Swiss Army knives. So, let me tell you about Canada Goose’s secret weapon.