As fun as traveling is, it certainly comes with its fair share of inconveniences. That is why it is always great to see new accessories on the market that make the traveling experience even more enjoyable. I recently read this article, which provided some pretty weird travel accessories that I thought would be fun to share. While some of these travel accessories may look a little odd, they all provide solutions for some of the most universal travel problems.
If you hate carrying bags while traveling, you should considered just wearing your bag as a piece of clothing. This jacket from Jacktogo comes with 14 different pockets so that travelers can carry all of their belongings on their body. This is a unique idea, which looks like it would be a lot of work, but you never know when it could come in handy!
2) Lechael Haptic GPS Shoes
Let’s be honest, some of us hate asking for directions. These shoes make it so that you will never have to ask for directions again or stare at your phone will navigating the streets. These shoes are powered by small pods that turn your shoes into a GPS device. After connecting them to an app on your smartphone and plugging in an address, the shoes will vibrate when it is time to turn left or right.
The FlipBelt was invented by some clever athletes who were looking to solve a common problem: where do you put your keys when you’re on the tracks and trails? This belt has secret pockets to hold your keys, money and phone. Not only is this belt useful for running, but it is great to wear under your clothes if you want to avoid pickpockets while traveling.
4) Moon Morning iHug Pillow
After a long flight, no one wants to walk off the plane with a sore neck. For years, travel pillows have tried to solve this common problem, however, they often failed to do the trick. But the iHug by Moon Morning is here to save the day. This five-in-one device functions as a neck pillow, eye mask, back support, tablet stand, and tablet pouch. Yes, this may be the weirdest looking travel pillow out there, but at least you’ll be comfortable.
5) Hush Smart Earplugs
There is nothing worse than getting stuck next to a crying baby on the plane. Not even the most expensive headphones in the world can drown that noise out, until now. The Hush Smart Earplugs will not only block out noise, but they will play soothing sounds to help lull you to sleep. These headphones even have a personal alarm that will go off without waking up the other people around you!