This Toiletry Bag Is Being Called ‘The Best Premium Toiletry Bag For Traveling’

Most toiletry bags kind of suck. If yours is anything like mine, it’s just a massive collection of empty travel-sized toothpaste bottles, Chapstick, loose change, and extra hotel shampoo bottles haphazardly toss around, with zero organization at all.  It sucks to stash your toothbrush and razor in because you have to dig through the damn thing on a mission when you’re traveling.

As a road dog who loves to travel, a toiletry bag with compartments would be my new best friend. That’s why I’m all about this bag called The Gavel, which claims to be “the best premium toiletry bag for traveling.”

The key selling point for me is the dedicated compartments for toothpaste, shampoo, deodorant, a razor, etc. It’s the brainchild of two innovative Utah Bros who love adventures:

We often find that people are currently carrying their toiletries in plastic bags, bulky cases, and even foregoing a toiletry bag all together and just packing their toiletries in random nooks and crannies of their main travel bags. Toiletry bags on the market often have no organization options and feature just one or maybe two compartments.

 Spilling your shampoo all over everything is the worst and mixing all of your toiletries together is way gross. One of our least favorite thoughts is picturing our nail clippers rubbing up against our toothbrush. Why should your toothbrush be in the same pocket as your toenail clippers? We thought there had to be a much better way.

I’m all about eliminating clutter when in a hotel room or camping or staying over at a buddy’s place. The Gravel is perfect for such a mission.

You can go buy it right now via their Shopify and get a bag of your own, starting at $49.

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