10 deliciously dorky luggage tags that make traveling delightful

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This will make any black bag a lot easier to find.

If you plan to travel this summer, investing in a durable luggage tag is a damn good idea. Regardless of how you’re choosing to travel, labelling your luggage is crucial.

Whether you’re taking a train, plane or automobile, things tend to get misplaced. Especially when you’re traveling with a boatload of other people. So why not add some peace of mind with a luggage tag? This way if your stuff takes an extended trip without you, there’s a good chance you’ll get it back.

1) This aluminum tag is as strong as you are, Wonder Woman. 

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Price on Amazon: $13.99

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2) Safeguard your luggage with the help of your favorite mythical creature.

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Price on Amazon: $9.99 (regularly $13.99)

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3) This multi-pack is perfect for your ohana. 

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Price on Amazon: $10.99

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4) No travel problems with No Face. 

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Price on Amazon: $6.98

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5) Travel alongside your trusty neighbor!

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Price on Amazon: $8.50 (regularly $12.99)

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6) Vacation, wa-hoo! 

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Price on Amazon: $6.95

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7) Add a unique spark with these circuit board-inspired tags. 

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Price on Amazon: $8.99

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8) Don’t have a cow, man! 

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9) May the force be with you (and your luggage).

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10) Keep your magic to yourself. 

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Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale specializes in NSFW culture, audio gear, and photography. A former editorial and photo director for Spoon University at SUNY New Paltz, her work has been featured in the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, Post-Trash, the New Paltz Oracle, and the Legislative Gazette.