Everyday Carry

Everyday Carry is a reader-supported startup. We support operations by earning commissions when you purchase products we link. Read more about us.

Spring Break Travel Essentials

Presented by Huckberry

Everyday Carry
Spring Break Travel Essentials

Related Gear:
   The 10 Best Spring Assisted Knives for EDC in 2021
   The Best Travel Wallets in 2019
   The Best Travel Bags in 2020

Each month, our friends over at Huckberry put together an EDC with some of their most popular gear. These spring break travel essentials will not only help you get to your destination, but also keep you prepared once you arrive. Whether your trip brings you to the beach or to the mountains, these items can come in handy as part of your vacation carry.

Randolph Engineering Concorde Sunglasses

While the sun may be welcomed at the beach, it’s definitely better when kept out of your eyes. The Concorde Bayonet sunglasses by Randolph Engineering are built-to-last according to military standards. Classic styling and UV protection make the Concorde Bayonets a no-brainer when deciding which sunglasses to pack. $80+

Icon Q Boundless E1 Bluetooth Earbuds

There are few things worse than spending hours on a plane full of crying babies or an overly chatty neighbor. Drown out the noise with these ultra light, ultra portable wireless headphones from Icon Q. Keep your bag organized and tangle free thanks to the included cord manager. $59

Aevig Huldra Retro Dive Watch

No need to worry about your watch getting damaged when it can withstand the elements as well as the Aevig’s Huldra Retro Dive Watch. Drawing design inspiration from watches of the 60’s and 70’s, you can both swim and scuba dive in style. 200m water resistance, a stainless steel case, and 2 included strap options make the Aevig an excellent option for your go-to vacation watch. $400

Bellroy Elements Pocket Wallet

When traveling, it’s always necessary to carry a few important documents, cash, and cards. The Elements Pocket Wallet by Bellroy zips closed to keep all of your essentials secure. With its water-resistant leather and zipper, you won’t have to worry about soggy cash from the accidental spill or splash. $90

Public Supply Blue Notebook 3-Pack

These 5x8 notebooks are the sized just right for throwing in your carry-on and documenting your trip. The dot grid lining is perfect for sketching the landscape or writing down the top 10 highlights of the trip. 98 pages per notebook means that you can fit multiple trips worth of notes in each one. $28

Kaweco Sport Aluminum Fountain Pen

What good is a notebook if you have nothing to write in it with? Ditch the disposable and invest in this pocket-friendly, aluminum fountain pen by Kaweco. The pen is deceptively small, but surprisingly comfortable to write with when the cap is posted on the end of the pen. Add a touch of class to those notes and enjoy the analog writing experience a fountain pen provides. $69

Tru-Nord Zipper Pull Compass

Always know which direction you’re headed with the Zipper Pull Compass by Tru-Nord. Solid brass construction results in a water- and shock-proof casing that will last a lifetime. $45

The James Brand Chapter Pocket Knife

Take on any cutting task with ease and precision when using The Chapter Straight by The James Brand. Clean design and durable materials result in an excellent EDC knife. Make sure you leave this one at home if you’re traveling by air and observe local knife laws at your destination if a road trip is more your style. $275

Carson Raven Waterproof Binoculars

A mountain view or beach overlook can provide a breathtaking view, but sometimes you want to see the little details. The Carson Raven Binoculars will provide an up close view in a compact, fog-proof, lightweight package that is also water resistant. A perfect choice for a vacation bag that’s already short on space. $45

We hope this full carry gives you some ideas of gear to enjoy your spring break to the fullest. For more, visit Huckberry.

Photo by Huckberry
This post uses affiliate links which help support EverydayCarry.com

#promo #huckberry #essentials #pocket-dump #buying-guides #spring-break-travel-essentials see all

Who Likes This (82)

73 others

Discussion (1 total)

xela edopmaco ·
Aren't Huckberry's goods overpriced?