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Best Black Friday Deals on Travel Accessories

When traveling — just like in Boy Scouts — it’s important to be prepared. Sure, being able to say you’ve scaled Kilimanjaro or dived with great white sharks (and Instagrammed it) is great, but in order to do those things, you’re going to need to do some traveling. And to do some traveling, you’re going to need to be prepared.

That could mean a lot of different things. If you’re out on a boat with your buddies, you’re probably going to want some sweet tunes to go with what is surely ample amounts of beer (and maybe even some fishing). If you’ve got three layovers and 20 hours of plane travel, you’re going to need a bag that is light, but still has plenty of room for everything from a spare pair of boxers to enough gum and deodorant to keep you from being the most-hated person on the plane (and a space for whatever keeps you entertained on long flights, of course).

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When buying travel accessories, there is perhaps no better time to do that than Black Friday. If you can name a brand — any brand, it seems these days — you’re likely to find something from that brands at a discount somewhere on the internet. The problem becomes knowing where to look. We’ll give you a hint: You’re already here. Don’t waste time scouring the web for the right brand or the right price — we’ve done all that for you, searching for everything you might need for all of the adventures we know you’re already planning for 2019 (or, heck, for the trip home to the parents for the holidays).

This year, we’ve pulled together some of the best travel accessories deals on offer. Whether you’re looking for some tech pieces to ensure you’re ready and raring to go when you need to get that selfie or a bag that will safely house all of your essentials, we’ve got you covered.

If you want to check out the best non-travel deals, head over to our comprehensive Black Friday deals guide for everything else.

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