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The Gadling gift guide for the lightweight traveler

The Gadling gift guide for the lightweight traveler Dec 14th, 2009 at 10:00AM: Traveling light is a challenge - I'll admit that it is the kind of challenge I usually avoid, but with rising luggage costs and more exotic destinations, people are starting to pack as lightly as possible. In this list, you'll find a couple of gifts that can reduce your luggage load, and help make your trip more enjoyable. Of course, every lightweight and "one bag" traveler has different...

Gadling's gift guide for the outdoor and adventure traveler

Gadling's gift guide for the outdoor and adventure traveler Nov 30th, 2009 at 10:30AM: In this first of several Gadling gift guides, we'll follow the tradition of all other sites by suggesting some great gift ideas for travelers. Today, we'll take a closer look at some impressive kit for the outdoors and adventure traveler. Since I am more geek than adventurer, you'll notice a trend towards battery powered gadgets. Some of these great products were featured here on Gadling...

Packing light for a cold trip

Packing light for a cold trip Nov 3rd, 2009 at 10:30AM: I'm a proud packer, but until now my longer trips have either been in warm places, or to countries where I planned to be very stationary (and didn't care if I looked like a 20-something grungy backpacker, because that's what I was). Flimsy skirts and tank tops were the norm. My task this time around, however, is to maintain my packing pride while making sure I stay warm and manage to look somewhat...

Gadling Gear Review: Eagle Creek Thrive 65L

Gadling Gear Review: Eagle Creek Thrive 65L May 8th, 2009 at 1:00PM: I'm a long-time fan of Eagle Creek. I've raved in the past about their superior customer service skills, but my love for the company doesn't end there. Most importantly, they create impressive, well-thought-out backpacks for the independent traveler. I can't imagine traveling with anything else. The Eagle Creek Voyage 65L was my first pack from the company. It's a rugged, durable, innovative bag...

How I keep my backpack organized

How I keep my backpack organized May 5th, 2009 at 9:30AM: I've become such a smug packer. On my last trip, I packed for three states, two countries, and three climates, which varyied from Alaska winter to springtime Mexico, and I would proudly show off display my bag (which I carried on each flight) to anyone who was (or wasn't) interested. What's ironic is that I'm a total mess - I'm famously disorganized, and the contents of my bag will spew over the...

Eagle Creek's Customer Service is Awesome!

Eagle Creek's Customer Service is Awesome! Aug 22nd, 2007 at 10:30AM: My girlfriend has an Eagle Creek Voyage 65L, and she put me to the task of finding a suitable rain cover for the backpack for an upcoming trip. No problem, I thought; I headed to Eagle Creek's website to see if they have a cover specifically for her pack, but I couldn't find one. So I sent an email to customer service asking if they had a rain cover that I might have missed. Here's the response a...

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