Travel 10 new items you need for traveling this year Whether you’re a jet setter or road tripper, it doesn’t matter. Here’s a handful of useful items to upgrade your travel plans. By Jennifer Zeleski February 13, 2020 The Carry-On, $225; Away. You’re not paying extra to take a checked bag? We’ve been there. Luckily you can get the space and durability of a full-size suitcase with Away’s dedicated carry-on bag. Arrival Travel Kit, $35; Aesop. Traveling can wreak havoc on your skin. Be sure to pack this refreshing, cleansing and rejuvenating set of skin care products from Aesop to feel your absolute best. Sleepy Ride – Airplane Footrest, $18; Amazon. Made with memory foam, this airplane footrest will take your lengthy flight to another level of luxury. It doesn’t matter if you’re flying economy either, just kick your feet up and relax. Sticker, $50; Tile. You’ve probably heard of Tile trackers by now, especially from friends who use them to find their keys … again. But if you’re worried about misplacing your passport, tickets or other small items, get yourself a four-pack of the sticker trackers. Stick them on and you’re ready to go! Travel Door Alarm, $15; Lewis N. Clark. If you’re traveling alone, staying at a new place or just looking for a little added peace of mind, attach this travel door alarm to your room and you’ll be alerted of any motion that triggers the sensor. Compact Packable Travel Neck Pillow, $60; Uncommon Goods. Even if you can’t sleep on planes, trains or automobiles, at least you can have something to rest your head on with this packable travel pillow. It rolls up to be a convenient size and is ready to go along for the ride. Hanging Case with Detachable Pouch Black, $20; MUJI. Organization is key for stress-free travel (aside from flight delays, that is). Pack and hang this case for your beauty products, electronics and cords, or just belongings you need easily accessible for the trip. WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones, $300; Sony. Are there two better words when it comes to travel than noise canceling? Maybe one: wireless. You’ll be in your own world in a snap with these, and you can even use them on your daily commute when you return home. Patagonia Ultralight Black Hole Mini Hip Pack, $29; Patagonia. Sometimes you just need a pouch to keep everything you need near you, at all times. Whether you’re packing medicine, important documents or just everyday needs (ID, cash and more), keep it close to you with this lightweight fanny pack. Reusable Silicone Mojave Mixed Bag, $53; Stasher. Snacks are a necessity while traveling. Rather than spend the extra cash in the airport shops, pack your own nonperishables and be eco-friendly with these reusable silicone bags. Then, use them in your lunch box at home too.