Road Trips are deeply rooted in American culture. From countless songs about Route 66 to John Denver’s Rocky Mountain High, road trips are a traditional American bucket list item for many. Whether you’re hitting the open road for fun or the big move, there are a few key items you’re going to want to make sure you have on hand to stay safe and comfortable. Let’s dive into what you should pack for your next road trip!
What to wear on a road trip doesn’t have to be a complicated question. No matter what direction you’re headed it’s important you’re ready for anything, especially the changing weather; after all, even the desert gets cold at night!
Travel prepared for any change in the weather with water and wind-resistant heated clothing. A heated hoodie is a great transition piece for early morning departures to late-night exploring in new places. Turn your heated hoodie on any time the temperature drops for instant warmth when you need it. A light and packable heated vest is another great option for convenient warmth at any point in your journey, allowing you to move freely while staying comfortable in changing climates. Gobi Heat® heated apparel is designed to be the 2-in-1 option traveling souls need if they want light, breathable clothing at mile 4 and a warm layer at mile 500.
There are countless answers to the question of what to take on a road trip. Really, much of what you bring depends on where you’re going. For starters, be sure you have plenty of water, a paper map, and some toilet paper (because, well, you never know). Here are some less commonly considered items you’ll also want to be sure you’re packin’ for your next trip:
Don’t leave home without them! You should always have a copy of your car insurance with you in case of an accident.
The theme here is emergency preparedness. You’ll be glad you packed a spare when your tire blows in the middle of nowhere with poor cell service. Pack an emergency kit that comes with things like battery cables, a reflective vest, whistles, light sticks, and warning tools in case you breakdown or get lost.
Whether you’re planning to sleep along at rest stops or find yourself in variable temperatures while exploring or your car breaks down, heated clothing and blankets can help keep you warm and comfortable.
Don’t get caught without cash or spare change for tolls and parking meters!
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Golfing in the cold isn’t for the faint of heart, but true golf fanatics will find any way to hit the links, even if chilly or untimely weather is par for the course. What you wear golfing in colder weather will have a major impact on your performance, safety, and ultimately, how much fun you have. Today, we’ll walk you through the 7 cold-weather golf gear must-haves that make golfing in the cold a worthy endeavor.
Possibly one of the greatest things about Gobi Heat® battery heated clothing is how easy it is to clean. Never again will you need to worry about bringing your winter jacket to the dry cleaners, or, following complicated washing instructions. Our battery heated clothing makes it easy to wear and wash the warmest layers you’ll ever own with regular laundry any time of the week.
When you’re in the market for a new winter jacket and you stumble across heated apparel, you can’t help but ask, “are heated jackets worth it?” Anyone who owns heated apparel can tell you a heated jacket will give you everything you’d expect from any regular jacket, plus the extra cozy benefits of heat whenever you want it. From ice, rain, sleet, and snow, right through to the bitter cold, a heated jacket will give you the results you need for working, playing, and adventuring in the cold, and we’ve got 4 benefits of heated jackets to prove it.