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The TSA is serious business. Even after loosening the travel restrictions we’re still terrified to travel with any number of might be restricted but is up to the agent items. But that’s not the point. Luggage tags aren’t explicitly required, but even the TSA recommends using them. Airlines will give you crappy ones for free, but why miss out on a chance to accessorize something you own with leather? Corter (the same guy that did the Bottlehook, Leather Guitar Picks and a whole line of phenomenal wallets and belts)  just released his take on the luggage tag. It’s handmade of natural leather in New England and attaches with a custom Corter split ring. It doesn’t suck. It’s actually pretty cool as far as luggage tags go, and that’s saying a lot because most of them are made of shitty plastic and/or suck.

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With their cozy sheets, blankets and candles, Brooklinen has more than taken care of all your needs in the bedroom–now they want to tackle the bathroom as well with their Super Plush Towels. After two years of testing textiles, Brooklinen has made towels that are strong, absorbent and luxuriously plush. With both traditional bath towel and larger bath sheet options–along with the requisite hand towels, washcloths and bath mat–you can deck out your entire bathroom in Brooklinen luxury without breaking the bank.