7 Bags for Winter Travel

If you’re gearing up to go back home for the holidays or escaping the winter weather while you have some time off from work, consider upgrading to one of these handy sacks.


Lands End Buffalo Check Duffel

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This buffalo bag has all the right details—classic pattern, leather trim, padded adjustable shoulder strap, and roomy interior. Personalize it with your initials or monogram.

To buy: $149, landsend.com.


L.L. Bean Excursion Ski Bag

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Hitting the slopes this winter? This rolling bag makes it easy to transport your equipment and protects the precious cargo from scrapes and scratches.

To buy: $120, llbean.com.


Patagonia Black Hole Duffel Bag

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This durable convertible duffel (it can also be carried as a backpack) has a water repellent finish to resist moisture and abrasion as well as a padded bottom panel so it can really withstand the elements.

To buy: $130, amazon.com.


Everlane Beach Tote

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Heading to a sunny spot instead? This sleek canvas carrier repels oil, dirt, and water so you don’t have to worry about it getting grimy during your travels.

To buy: $35, everlane.com.


Sharper Image Multi-Access Carry-On Luggage

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The ideal carry-on with multiple ways to access what’s stored inside. With four wheels and a lightweight construction, you will be able to navigate the terminal with ease.

To buy: $150, sharperimage.com.


Burton Space Sack Snowboard Case

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Backed with a lifetime warranty, this roomy case can carry multiple boards, bindings, and even some extra gear as you travel to the mountain.

To buy: $44, amazon.com.


Birdlings Classic Grey Duffle

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Whether it’s a girls’ weekend or a getaway with kids, this roomy duffel has four pockets inside to help keep all of your belongings neat and tidy.

To buy: $175, domino.com.