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If you’re like us, packing and unpacking are two of your least favorite aspects of traveling. Specifically with multi-destination trips, our suitcases usually end in wrinkled clothing, toothpaste stains, and a misplaced deodorant.
The good news is that we’ve found a suitcase that eliminates the disastrous effects of packing and unpacking: The Rolo Travel Bag ($42.99). You essentially use it just as you would your closet. It comes with four separated mesh pockets that easily store all your stuff (from toiletries down to tiny accessories) and even comes with a 360-degree hanger.
All you have to do is pack what you want to bring, roll the bag up, and hook it up once you arrive for easy access to all your essentials. Plus it’s made of waterproof nylon so you don’t have to worry about any accidentals spills or unfortunate weather.
This bag is the greatest thing to happen to our travel routines, and we think you’ll like it too. The Rolo Travel Bag is even 14% off for a limited time.