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The Ultimate Digital Nomad Packing List | 81 Items For Minimalist Carry On Travel

The ultimate packing list for traveling the world as a digital nomad. From clothes to tech to toiletries and more, here’s our list of 81 items for minimalist carry on travel. View the full list on our website:

0:00 - Intro
1:33 - The Bag
2:24 - Clothing & Accessories
8:56 - Productivity & Tech
16:32 - Toiletries & Personal Care
22:09 - Miscellaneous
26:31 - Packing It All Up

This list has everything you need to travel the world while working remotely. (Something that many of us on the Pack Hacker team are either currently or intermittently doing.)

We’re here to guide you through the ordeal that is preparing for such a journey. We’ve done the research, we’ve done the testing, we’ve done the traveling, and we’ve distilled it all down into one list with everything you need to succeed.

Now, we should clarify one thing. While you’re welcome to buy everything on this list and head to the airport tomorrow like a travel rockstar, you certainly don’t need to. We’ve created this list for you to use as a jumping-off point. This is how we like to travel the world as a digital nomad, but it is by no means the only way to travel the world as a digital nomad.

So whether you’re currently traveling the world as a digital nomad, planning to, or wishing you could—it is our hope that this list will not only help you prepare for your trip, but give you the confidence to know that it isn’t nearly as stressful as you might think. Let’s get packing.

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10 Minimalist Packing Tips For Cold Weather Travel | How To Pack Light & Keep Warm (Fall & Winter)

Our top minimalist packing tips on how to pack light & stay warm! We’re partnering with Backcountry to encourage you to get outside and find your backcountry, wherever that may be. Use code PACKHACKER15 for 15% off your first purchase. Exclusions apply.

Fall and winter are coming fast—and you don’t want to be left out in the cold. Most folks on the Pack Hacker team have traveled long-term in a bunch of different climates, and we want to make sure you’re prepared for any destination. So we’ve put together our top ten packing tips for minimalist travel in cold weather.

0:00 - Intro
1:13 - Travel With A Backpack
2:41 - Layer Up
4:50 - Invest In A Rain Jacket
7:19 - Always Accessorize
8:12 - Pick A Theme
9:02 - Stay Dry
10:56 - Compress Everything
11:40 - Think Small
13:23 - Watch Your Weight
15:03 - Stay Prepared

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Backpacks
Osprey Farpoint 40L:
Osprey Fairview 40L:
Topo Designs Travel Bag 40L:
Thule Subterra 34L:
Cotopaxi Allpa:
Eagle Creek Packable 13L Daypack:

Clothing
Smartwool Merino 150 Long-Sleeve Baselayer:
Patagonia R1 Full-Zip Hoody:
Patagonia Micro Puff:
Arc’teryx Zeta SL Rain Jacket:
Arc’teryx Beta SL Rain Jacket:
Patagonia Storm Racer:
Arcade Midnighter Belt:
Outdoor Research Helium II Jacket:
Cotopaxi Teca Windbreaker:
Darn Tough Merino Wool No-Show Socks:
Darn Tough Solid Basic Crew Light:
Lems Boulder Boot:

Accessories
Buff USA Merino Wool Buff:
Outdoor Research Fairbanks Fingerless Gloves:
Hydrapak Stash Collapsible Water Bottle:
Hyperlite Mountain Gear Minimalist Wallet:
Sea To Summit Delta Insulated Mug:
Platypus SoftBottle .5L with Push-Pull Cap:

Organizers & Pouches
Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Dry Sack:
Osprey Packs Ultralight Backpack Liners:
Hyperlite Mountain Gear Stuff Sack Pillow:
Eagle Creek Pack-It Specter Compression Packing Cubes:

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