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Tips to Packing Like a Pro With the Alem Weekender


Tips to Packing Like a Pro With the Alem Weekender

Packing for a weekend getaway just got a lot more stylish. The Alem Weekender is a high quality duffel that has room to carry everything you need on your trip while staying sleek and classy. We’re excited to take the style of our totes and expand them into this larger bag, so that you’re able to utilize ethical, ABLE products in more areas of your life. Here are some tips on how to best utilize this new weekender for ultimate organization and ease.

The weekender comes with an exterior pocket that is perfect for slipping in your phone, wallet, or passport. The Eyerusalem Passport Wallet will make you look like the most put together traveller, while keeping your valuables in order and protected. You can also add personalization to this piece for an extra touch.

While there are several interior pockets in the weekender, it’s always helpful to pack with extra pouches to keep everything compartmentalized. The Emnet Pouch is the perfect size to keep all of your accessories in one place.

Whether you’re using it as a makeup bag or an compartment for chargers, it’s so handy having a little extra organization! The pouch also comes in pebbled leather for a little extra style.

If you’re packing your .ABLE shoes, make sure to use the canvas bag they come with to keep them protected and to keep any dirt from transferring from the street into your bag. If you’re wearing your shoes, use the canvas bag as an extra compartment in your bag to store socks or undies so they don’t get lost at the bottom of your bag.

Finally, it’s not going to be a good trip if you can’t find your headphones. Nobody wants to take a flight or a drive without music! The Gashu Cord Taco is a clever little way to keep your cords tangle free and will tuck perfectly into one of your weekender pockets.

So pack your bags and hop to it! We hope you take us along your next getaway.



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