The 15 best travel products you can buy at Barneys’ liquidation sale

Dec 2, 2019

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The end is near for Barneys, at least as we know it. In case you haven’t heard, the luxury retailer recently filed for bankruptcy and is in the process of liquidating inventory. While the closing of a massive retailer is never cause for celebration, the silver lining is there’s a solid sale as a result. If luxury goods (at a discount) are your game, get your wallets ready.

While the retailer has been discounting items for the past few weeks, markdowns are even steeper thanks to Cyber Monday. While virtually everything is at least 20% off, we’ve rounded up some of the best-travel related items you’ll find on sale. If you see something you like, we’d advise you to add to cart sooner rather than later. We’ve already seen a handful of popular brands sell out some or all of their products in the past few days.

But first, a few things to keep in mind:

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Assouline Rimowa Coffee Table Book

To buy: $126, originally $175

There are plenty of cult-favorite Assouline coffee table books on sale. This one in particular, about the aforementioned luggage brand, Rimowa, would make a great gift for the traveler in your life. Ahem. Just remember, this is for travel inspiration. We’re not suggesting you actually pack the 191-page hardcover tome. In fact, please don’t.

Barneys New York Leather Passport Case

To buy: $54.80, originally $80

Your passport case could use an upgrade. Consider this one cleared to fly.

Adidas Kids’ Superstar Faux Leather Sneakers

To buy: From $39.60, originally $55

Your kids are going to be the *flyest* travelers on the plane in these classic low-top kicks.

Adidas x Stella McCartney Cotton-Blend Sweatpants

To buy: From $72, originally $90

Do we really need to tell you that you should be flying in comfortable sweatpants? You should be flying in comfortable sweatpants. Bonus points if they’re stylish, like these.

VEJA Women’s V-10 Leather & Mesh Sneakers

To buy: $95.20, originally $140

Get these trendy, travel-friendly sneakers for a discount while you can. Now 20% off, the holographic leather accents will really pop when you’re walking down the airplane aisle.

Proenza Schouler PS1 Tiny Leather Crossbody Bag

To buy: $676.60, originally $995

It’s rare to see a Proenza bag selling for less than $1,000. This one is the perfect size to fit all of your essentials while you’re out sightseeing for the day.

Herschel Supply Co. Trade Small Carry-On Spinner Suitcase

To buy: $129.20, originally $190

We like the sound of “TSA-approved lock” and “360-degree wheels.” Especially when we’re talking about a 23-inch suitcase that’s more than $35 off the original price.

Tumi Alpha Bravo Hunter Satchel

To buy: $340 originally $500

We all know a consultant who would love this sturdy black leather briefcase. Bonus points because it’s named after the pilot’s alphabet.

Moncler Peak Suede Hiking Boots

To buy: $425.60, originally $665

These ultra-soft taupe suede boots with tricolor laces would look good on your upcoming ski trip, don’t you think?

Ray-Ban RB4320 Sunglasses

To buy: $129, originally $215

These Ray-Ban sunglasses would pair nicely with the aforementioned hiking boots. You’re now at least 50% packed for Aspen.

Prada Dopp Kit

To buy: $368.55, originally $455

Your toiletries deserve to be stored in something clean, organized … and Prada.

Kiehl’s Avocado Nourishing Hydration Mask

To buy: $32.40, originally $45

This green face mask is one way to make sure no one sits next to you on your next flight.

La Prairie Crystal Micellar Water

To buy: $97.20, originally $135

Yes, it’s still pricey, but La Prairie products never go on sale, so we’d be remiss not to include. Or, you could just stock up on some others next time you fly Swiss first class.

Chanel Chance Eau de Toilette Spray

To buy: $77.04, originally $107

This very-on-sale Chanel perfume not only smells good, but comes in a handy 3.4 ounce-size bottle. Translation: TSA-approved.

Antica Farmacista Ironwood Diffuser

To buy: $47.52, originally $66

Now you can make your home feel (and smell) like a high-end hotel. Antica Famacista makes fragrances for some of the top hotels and airlines in the world, including Alaska Airlines, the Beverly Hills Hotel, Hotel Bel-Air and Four Seasons Anguilla.

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