The Canopy Collection: Road Trip Edition

Packing for a road trip this weekend? If not, then maybe you should be. The cofounders of the Amazon-curating website Canopy have tracked down all the coolest and most useful travel gear and collected them in this road-ready list.

With the right planning, you can pack for a long trip like it's a short adventure. A well-packed bag includes less of what you want and more of what you actually need.

Here are some of our favorite essentials to help you stay organized, entertained, and prepared for the unexpected.

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Nap in comfort with this adjustable neck support, or wear it as an oversize sleep mask. The microbead filling helps reduce sound while keeping the pillow lightweight and ready for travel.

Ostrich Pillow Light by Studio Banana Things, $45,
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Ignite meaningful conversation with hypothetical questions only Chuck Klosterman could come up with. Great for fans of music, pop culture, and general rants.

HYPERtheticals: 50 Questions for Insane Conversations by Chuck Klosterman, $9,
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Skip the indigestible fast food and curb your hunger with soylent—a drink designed to provide maximum nutrition with minimal effort. Each bottle provides 20% of your daily nutritional needs and requires no refrigeration.

Ready-to-Drink Food by Soylent, $34,
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Carry all the most commonly used first-aid components right in your pocket. This small, durable tin includes a 74-piece kit with everything from sting-relief wipes to waterproof matches.

Personal Survival First Aid Tin by Coleman, $12,
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Stay warm in the AC or outdoors with this durable, waterproof, odor- and stain-resistant blanket. The synthetic insulation provides optimal warmth in a variety of climates. Fits into a small stuff sack (included) to go anywhere with you.

High Performance Indoor/Outdoor Blanket by Rumpl, $200,
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Go hands-free with this portable car mount, compatible with most smartphones and phablets up to 6 inches. Just attach the rotating clip to any air vent and insert your phone.

Portable Smartphone Car Mount by Kenu, $20,
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Keep your documents organized and protected with this minimal, full-grain leather passport sleeve. In addition to being beautiful, it's built to last—with a 100-year warranty.

Saddleback Leather Passport Sleeve by Saddleback Leather, $44,
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Use an insulated bottle to help beverages stay cold for 24 hours or hot for 12; a vacuum seal even keeps carbonation bubbly. The BPA-free double-walled stainless steel is non-toxic and has a smooth matte finish.

Insulated Water Bottles by S'Well, $45,
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Pack your own healthy snacks in these leak-proof bags made of freezer- and dishwasher-safe FDA-grade PEVA material. Use them after your trip for office lunches and park dates.

Re-Zip Seal Volume Reusable Sandwich and Snack Bag Kit by BlueAvocado, $22,
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Never be caught unprepared. Keep this small tool on your key chain for access to pliers, wire cutters, scissors, screwdrivers, a knife, bottle opener and file. It'll help with anything from fixing a bike to wrapping a gift on the go.

Squirt Keychain MultiTool by Leatherman, $30,
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