PacSafe offers smart and safe travel gear to protect travelers from theft. The range of adventure backpacks, leisure bags, urban bags, camera and laptop bags, luggage and travel accessories come in a variety of styles and colors, all with anti-theft technology ensuring you and your bags are safe.
PacSafe boasts multiple anti-theft features. The 360-degree eXomesh locking system contains flexible, stainless steel wire mesh either externally over the bag or laminated between fabric, creating a slash-proof seal. Lightweight stainless steel wire is placed within the bags’ straps, preventing it from being slashed. Dual release security buckles confuse thieves. Interlocking zip pullers slide on top of one another and connect, making it tricky to easily unzip a bag. Zippers are puncture resistant, helping protect against thieves using a pen or similar small, sharp object to try to gain entry. Most passports, credit cards and ID cards contain a RFID chip holding sensitive, personal material. Thieves can access this information from 10 feet away with a RFID reader. PacSafe’s RFID blocking material obstructs all transmissions. Turn and lock security hooks unfasten so you can affix your bag to a secure fixture. The turning mechanism locks the hook in place, making it harder for a bag snatcher to unfasten it.
Bringing the grandparents on vacation was once a novelty trip reserved for momentous occasions like a trip to Disney World or a family reunion. Today's grandparent travel trends are all about leaving the parents at home and taking the grandkids on a gramping or skip-gen (skip-a-generation) trip.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline in Japan. With flights from the United States to Japan and all of Asia, it's the perfect airline to book your next trip with. From ANA's amazing in-flight food to its excellent customer service, it comes as no surprise ANA has been awarded five stars for its seventh consecutive year by the SKYTRAX World Airline Rating.
Air rage is a term used to describe all kinds of unruly passenger behavior, not just anger or rage. It can apply to travelers who are simply rude and disruptive when it comes to interacting with the flight crew or fellow passengers, but it can also apply to passengers who cause disturbances due to excessive alcohol consumption, a fear of flying or a mental health condition. According to the International Air Transport Association, air rage is on the rise, with one such “air rage” incident occurring once for every 1,053 flights.
Even with the most creative travel reward hacking and budget strategies, wanderlust typically comes with a price tag. Fund your travel habit with these five unusual jobs that put a flexible and fun income in your pocket for exploring.
Experience a big-city hotel stay that doesn’t feel like your typical urban visit at Chicago’s Claridge House, nestled in the sought-after Gold Coast neighborhood. The hotel’s sophisticated décor and serene residential ambience foster the atmosphere of an oasis amid the hustle and bustle of a busy metropolis.
Vail Resorts opted to close all 37 resorts early in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, but the mountain resort operator also wanted to give back to the community in the face of this adversity. The excess perishable food from the various properties was donated to 30 local food banks, schools and community organizations in the communities where Vail Resorts employees live, work and play. Fruit, vegetables, cheese, juice, granola bars and more went to mountain communities from Colorado and Vermont to British Columbia.