There are those for whom travel is a means to an end. And then there are those for whom travel is an end in and of itself. But regardless of which philosophical camp you fall into, it seems that we can all agree on one point. When traveling, you should be comfortable. Regardless of whether your idea of fun is jetting off by plane to some far-off island or taking a road trip in order to eat your way through every fast food joint on the interstate, you’ll want to be 100% comfortable as you do it. No more business casual, collared shirts, or belted pants. No matter how you’re traveling, you’ll want to have the right wardrobe for it. When it comes to the perfect travel clothes, it’s really all about two things: comfort and function. First and foremost, you’ll want to be sure that whatever you’re wearing is something you’re willing to spend a very long day in (and most likely, without a shower). Then, you’ll want to ensure that your clothing serves a purpose. Those socks, for example, should probably be of the compression variety, and those pants should probably have ample pockets for all the snacks, passports, and other important items you’ll be carrying around all day. It’s also wi...