our Travel Faves

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OUR FAVORITES

Tortuga Backpacks

We’ve been looking for backpacks that we love forever. We recently partnered with Tortuga backpack and both got the size we were looking for.

Since then, we’ve traveled to several countries and used them on overnight trips. We love them. They’ve thought of everything when it comes to organization, size, and comfort!

Solgaard Sustainable Travel Gear

We love brands who love the Earth. Their premium, sustainable gear is made entirely of ocean-bound plastics.

Rated as some of the best backpacks and travel bags of 2021. Durable, cutting edge, and stylish backpacks, carry-ons, and more. Use code LEGITTRIPS for 10% off!

Quality products. Free & fast US shipping. 24 month warranty on all bags. 10 years on suitcases.

Outdoorsy

We fell in love with Outdoorsy because of our personal love for RVs and vans. They have over a billion days of available RVs inventory all over the world. 

Outdoorsy operates similarly to AirBnB, they connect RV and van owners with other campers like them who want the experience without the vehicle ownership.

Sea to Summit

We like Sea to Summit gear because it is nimble and light, but serious enough to deliver when you need it most. We’ve just recently updated all of our camping gear with their lightweight stuff and are looking at all of their great travel gear! Check them out if you’re looking for something for any kind of trip, they’ve got it all.

Spanish Courses

A female-owned travel company that offers off-the-beaten-path travel experiences in Latin America with an emphasis on cultural immersion, education, and sustainability. Additionally, they offer unique courses related to Latin American history, culture, and the arts.

Cotopaxi

A company who believes the products that get us exploring can make a positive impact in other people’s lives. We’ve partnered with them because they create sustainably designed outdoor gear that fuels both adventure and global change, by dedicating a percentage of their revenues to nonprofits working to improve the human condition.

They make durable gear in the most ethically sustainable way possible and to use their revenue to develop and uplift communities. 

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