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Packing for opposite climates

7 Helpful Hacks to Pack for Opposite Climates

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Heading to a tropical island or snowy wonderland is a great way to break up the dreary winter months—but packing for opposing climates can mean lugging a bigger travel bag. Caribbean-bound travelers foregoing winter coats might regret it when they return home during a blizzard (something I was recently guilty of), and brisker destinations of course require some denser clothing.

But packing what you need doesn’t have to be a hassle if you have the right accessories and core pieces. Here are seven multi-use items to consider next time you’re packing for opposite climates.

Tips to Packing for Opposite Climates

 

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