Always Travel Prepared

Like a well-planned trip, the successful dopp kit requires a certain amount of strategy. Here's all you need to stay fresh, no matter what kind of lucky close encounter confronts you.
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Like a well-planned trip, the successful dopp kit requires a certain amount of strategy. Here's all you need to stay fresh, no matter what kind of lucky close encounter confronts you.
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Filson Travel Kit: Simple and spacious with a twill exterior rugged enough to survive a lifetime of travel. [$95; filson.com]

Fahrenheit by Christian Dior: A classic woodsmoke scent in a TSA-approved size. [$62;dior.com]

Visine Maximum Redness Relief: Because you don’t want to land looking like you just experienced the Ludovico technique. [$7; drugstore.com]

Paco Rabanne Invictus Deodorant: A clean-smelling stick that, unlike the guy in 5F, won’t cause an olfactory assault. [$25; macys.com]

Lab Series Age Rescue + Water-Charged Gel: This ginseng-based moisturizer revives your face postflight. [$50; labseries.com]

Photographed by Travis Rathbone

Axe Total Fresh 3-in-1: Bodywash, shampoo, and conditioner. Pour it into a 3.4-ounce bottle before you fly. [$6; drugstore.com]

Royal Apothic Whiskey Balm: Tastes like scotch; treats lips right. [$16; royalapothic.com]

J. Paul Travel Razor: Brilliant - Squeezable shaving cream sits in the handle. [$18 for three; jpaulskincare.com]

American Crew Pomade: A dime-size amount tames plane hair. [$11; americancrew.com]

Kiehl’s Facial Fuel Energizing Face Wash: Disintegrates dirt and oil with a caffeine-laced kick. [$8; kiehls.com]

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean: It scrubs with 31,000 strokes per minute and stays charged for three weeks. [$220; sonicare.com]

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Photos by Rony Shram