Sometimes a trip lasts a while, and you can’t get to the laundromat. Or perhaps you’re hitting the trails hard and everything’s sweaty. No matter what, a laundry bag can keep your dirty clothes contained, and fill in for other purposes in a pinch.
Don’t Settle for a Flimsy Trash Liner
Material matters with laundry bags, so look for nylon, microfiber, and other tough materials that can handle what baggage handlers dish out.
Something for the Seasoned Traveler
If you’re packing light or need a laundry bag for more than one purpose, look at one with a built-in pouch you can throw in any bag, or clip to your carry-on.
Don’t Forget the Worst Odor Offenders
If you know your running shoes or hiking boots are major stench offenders, a shoe pouch built into your laundry bag will be a big help.
Bigger is Better
Capacity matters, so be sure to bring bags with a lot of room to keep all your laundry together and contained.
The Whole Shebang
If you’re going to need to keep a lot of stuff organized over a long trip, consider an organization system that doubles as laundry bags you can throw right in the washer.