The Best New Travel Gear From Allbirds, Fjällräven, Everyday Humans, and More

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It seems like there's always something new burbling up in the travel gear world—a collaboration between a hotel or restaurant and a lifestyle line, a chicer, even lighter suitcase from one of our go-to luggage brands, or a loungewear set we can't wait to rotate into our travel wardrobe. To make sure you don't miss out on any of the most exciting new launches, we've rounded up the releases we think are worth adding to your packing list, from clothing and beauty products to luggage, travel accessories, and more.

Frame x The Carlyle collection

Dreaming of a night at The Carlyle? Even if a trip to New York isn't in your immediate plans, you can rep the iconic NYC hotel with a piece from Frame's newest collaboration. The capsule collection includes more than a dozen sweatshirts, T-shirts, joggers, shorts, and more, starting at $98, featuring The Carlyle crest and logo. We're partial to the forest green ‘Bemelmans Bar’ crew neck sweatshirt, a nod to the hotel's whimsical storied bar.

Frame x The Carlyle Bemelmans Bar sweatshirt

$248.00, Frame

Fjällräven Tree-Kånken backpacks

Fjällräven's classic Kånken backpack got an eco-friendly upgrade in the form of the Tree-Kånken, a pack made out of Pine Weave—a 100 percent plant-based fabric is created using wood chips sourced from a cultivated forest in Sweden. In place of the usual small exterior pouch, this bag has a larger flat front pocket that zips open from the corner of the bag, plus two side pockets that can fit a water bottle or umbrella.

Fjallraven Tree-Kanken backpack

$115.00, Moosejaw

Allbirds performance apparel

Allbirds has been expanding its clothing options over the past year, most recently with its first collection of sustainable activewear. Dubbed the Natural Run Collection, pieces include the Natural Legging and Bike Short, the loose-fitting Natural Run Tank and Tee, a compression-style Natural Run Form Tank, and the Natural Run Short, all designed to be breathable, sweat-wicking, and quick-drying, and available in men's and women's sizes. Each piece uses fabrics like recycled nylon and Merino wool, and is labeled with the amount of CO2 emissions produced while making it, which Allbirds then offsets to zero.

Allbirds Men's Natural Run Short

$68.00, Allbirds

Hunting Season luggage

Looking to upgrade that duffel you've had in the back of your closet for years? Hunting Season's luxury bags are worth considering. Created with handwoven textiles made by artisans in Jacinta, Colombia, and assembled by craftsman in Spain, these thoughtfully made weekenders come in timeless striped designs with leather details, and have both a top handle and cross-body shoulder strap.

Hunting Season The Weekender bag

$650.00, Hunting Season

Béis summer collection

Béis recently launched a limited-edition summer collection and it has already begun selling out—snag some of the smart, functional, and chic pieces, all in neutral beige and black tones, while you still can. The resort tote is a favorite, with its water resistant bottom compartment to store wet clothes or sandals and roomy open area up top for all the other essentials, like a towel, book, and sunglasses. Also in the collection: a sunglass case with a removable chain to loop onto glasses or the case itself, and beach- or park-ready cooler backpacks and totes.

Béis The Resort Tote

$88.00, Béis

Everyday Humans Resting Beach Face sunscreen serum

Everyday Humans' Resting Beach Face was already one of our favorite face sunscreens, but its recent reformulation upped the ante. The brand had more than 1,000 customers weigh in on the SPF, which led to an added hydration boost, using Pentavitin, a plant derived bio-sugar extract, and anti-pollution benefits, thanks to the addition of Kopara extract. Plus, the sunscreen's fragrance is a little more neutral—if that classic sunscreen smell isn't your thing, you'll be pleased with the change.

Everyday Humans Resting Beach Face sunscreen serum

$24.00, Everyday Humans

Parachute linen loungewear

Following up on the women's loungewear sets that Parachute launched this past spring, the home brand dropped a matching long-sleeve and drawstring pant set for men and a caftan-inspired linen house dress, both made from 100 percent European flax linen. The dress hits about mid-calf, with a side slit on the hem.

Parachute Linen House Dress

$129.00, Parachute

Girlfriend Collective for Men

Girlfriend Collective has long been a Traveler favorite for its high-quality, environmentally conscious, and size-inclusive line of athleisure. Now, anyone who prefers to wear more masculine styles can shop the brand's limited-edition collection called Girlfriend Collective for Men. Products include relaxed fit T-shirts, exercise shorts with built-in briefs, and a windbreaker with an adjustable hem and zip pockets, all of which come in sizes XXXS to 6XL.

Girlfriend Hunter Hooded Half-Zip Windbreaker

$98.00, Girlfriend

Karlie Kloss x Adidas FW21 collection

The most recent Karlie Kloss x Adidas capsule blends street style with performance wear, featuring pieces that can easily be reworn outside the gym on vacation. Made with recycled materials, including ocean plastic, the collection has everything from exercise leggings and high-impact sports bras to sweatpants, keep-things-in-place bikini tops, and light, packable jackets in a mix of neutrals and warm earthy tones.

Adidas Karlie Kloss sweat pants

$60.00, Adidas

Toms Mallow Puff collection

We love a good slip-on, whether we're wearing it through the TSA line or as a slipper around an Airbnb. The Mallow Mule, a new addition to Toms' Alpargata Mallow line-up, reminds us of the shoe you'd wear to pad around a ski lodge, with its thick, sneaker-like outsole and quilted nylon upper, available in shades like mustard, fuchsia, and white. The orthopedic insoles make them feel as comfortable as they look.

Toms Alpargata Mallow Mule

$65.00, Toms

Originally Appeared on Condé Nast Traveler