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11 Best Travel Blazers for Comfort, Style, and Practicality

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At ViaTravelers, we love getting our hands on new travel gear and clothing and in this piece, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best travel blazers.

But before we delve into our top picks, what is a travel blazer?

TL;DR – Our Top Travel Blazer Picks

We get it, you’re hungry for blazers now and can’t wait, so here are our top travel blazers!

Best Smart Men’s Travel Blazer Armyants Men’s Travel Blazer
Best Smart Women’s Travel Blazer Jessica London Bi-Stretch Blazer
Best Multipurpose Travel Blazer
Eddie Bauers Ultimate Voyager Travel Blazer
Best Statement Travel Blazer Walker & Hawkes Scottish Harris Tweed

Best Travel Blazers

And now, for the main event! Here are some of the best travel blazers on the market today in several different styles, prices, and categories.

1. Eddie Bauer Men’s Ultimate Voyager Travel Blazer    

Voyager Travel Blazer   

4.6 out of 5

Topping our list is perhaps the best lightweight travel blazer for men on the market. This 2-button travel sport coat from Eddie Bauer is a top pick for frequent travelers looking for a versatile travel blazer.

Key features:

  • Machine washable
  • StormRepel DWR fabric finish sheds moisture 
  • Two outside front flap pockets 
  • Phone pocket inside front left-hand pocket 
  • Interior zippered security pocket for passport, plane tickets & travel documents

It may not be the smartest travel blazer around, but it’s one of the best men’s travel blazers for the practical chap rocking the smart-casual look. Plus the water-repellent finish on this futuristic travel blazer is an absolute game-changer.

2. PJ Paul Jones Men’s Casual Knit Blazer Two Button Lightweight Unlined Sport Coat

Casual Knit Blazer

4.1 out of 5

Another great travel blazer for the laid-back, smart-casual look, this comfortable blazer is made from a stylish seersucker knit.

Key features:

  • Lightweight and extremely comfortable
  • 2-button closure 
  • Machine washable
  • Patch pockets, for convenient storage

Pair this Paul Jones beauty with some jeans and Chelsea boots or chinos and Oxfords to complete your look. Plus this handsome everyday blazer comes in a large range of classic colors!

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3. ARMYANTS Men’s Travel Blazer with Performance Multi Hidden Pockets

Men's Blazer

3.9 out of 5

Designed purely with travel and style in mind, this wrinkle-resistant slim-fit number from ARMYANTS is an exquisite piece, perfect for most climates, and oozes with travel style. Plus this travel blazer has a TON of internal pockets to pack cash, travel documents, plane tickets, and passports!

Key features:  

  • 2-button closure 
  • Machine washable quick-drying polyester, with a 4-way stretch
  • Lightweight and comfortable in hot or cold climates, and a vented back
  • Various convenient pockets inside and out

You’ll be certain to wow at weddings or cut a dash in the boardroom, even after just hopping off the plane with this highly practical and stylish garment.

4. Big and Tall Premium Travel Passport Blazer

Premium  Blazer

4.2 out of 5

This wool/polyester classic-fit blazer is a perfect pick for the big n’ tall chaps hunting for the best travel blazer. Being real wool, it’s recommended that you put this on a cold cycle in the washing machine – but being real wool, you’ll get superb heat regulation in hot and cold climates.

Key features:

  • 100% Premium wool  blend, with stylish polyester interior lining, notch lapels, and pick stitching
  • Wrinkle resistant
  • 2-button closure 
  • Interior zippered security pocket for passport and travel documents 
  • Comfortable in cold or warm weather
  • Central vent

Ideal for handing off kids at weddings, schmoozing at the club, or just rocking the professional jet-setter life, this timeless classic wool blazer screams “Boss” – which is exactly what you’ll feel like once you slip it on!

5. Walker & Hawkes – Men’s Classic Scottish Harris Tweed Herringbone Overcheck Country Blazer Jacket

Country Blazer Jacket

4.4 out of 5

Ah yes, the grandpappy of all travel blazers; a genuine Scottish Harris Tweed sports coat. Whether you’re headed to the races, leading a lecture, or chasing that Lord of the Manor look, this hard-wearing, a classic-cut blazer is essential for the dignified gent on the go.

Key features:

  • 100% Scottish wool with 100% leather buttons
  • 2-button closure
  • 4 Interior pockets
  • Perfect for cold weather
  • Very durable
  • Spare buttons included

I’ll be honest, any guy looking to become a gentleman NEEDS one of these. While dry cleaning is highly recommended for this stunning traditional travel blazer, you’ll cut quite the sophisticated line in this gem, anywhere from the airport, to weddings, to your local coffee shop.

6. Kroon Men’s Ritchie Aim Stretch Sportcoat Blazer

Sportcoat Blazer

4.7 out of 5

A modern twist on the traditional tweed travel sport coat, this snazzy blazer is a marriage of old and new and is made from 100% natural fibers, bringing some innovative touches to the table.

Key features:

  • 95% Wool, 5% Cashmere  – 100% Italian comfort
  • Zipper closure for the bib, button closurew for the blazer 
  • Comes with removable bib for extra warmth – can be worn as an outerwear piece, remove the bib it becomes an elegant travel blazer!
  • Two front flap pockets and one exterior zipper pocket
  • Interior utilitarian pocketing with zip closure for security and functionality

Again, when this natty number gets grubby it will need a trip to the dry cleaners, but this is among the best men’s blazers if you’re looking for something different or make a statement with your travel wardrobe.

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7. Eddie Bauer Men’s CirrusLite Down Jacket

Man Wearing a Down Jacket

4.5 out of 5

If you’re after an understated blazer-cut jacket that will beat any chill, look no further than this terrific down jacket from Eddie Bauer. As well as being superbly warm, and water-resistant, it is also very easy to stuff into bags or suitcases.

Key features:

  • Machine washable Nylon
  • Ultralight, versatile, and easily packable
  • 2 Secure zip-side hand pockets and an interior pocket
  • Elastic-bound cuffs, hemmed waist, and a high neck collar for extra warmth 
  • Extremely warm, wind and water-resistant
  • Classic fit

If you’re anticipating colder climes on your travels and have limited space in your garment bag, this jacket is a prime choice.

8. Outback Trading Men’s Gidley Waterproof Breathable Fully Lined Cotton Oilskin Western Jacket

Brown Cotton Jacket

4.9 out of 5

Whether you’re hiking across Minnesota in the chilly fall, horseback riding across North Dakota’s badlands, or trying to evoke the English country gentleman out for a shoot, Outback Trading’s Oilskin Western Jacket is the best men’s travel blazer for the stylish man of action spending time outdoors.

Key features:

  • 100% Oilskin with cotton lining 
  • Zipper closure 
  • Provides excellent, warm protection from strong winds and heavy rain
  • 4 front snap pockets and an inside security pocket 

This highly-rated durable oilskin blazer is handwash only, but it will survive all manner of wear and tear in treks across the great outdoors – and keep you looking effortlessly rugged.

9. TAG Safari Jacket for Men

Beige Jacket

4.2 out of 5

If you’re heading out on safari, you’re going to want to get your hands on a practical lightweight travel blazer, and if you can look the part too, all the better! TAG’s safari jacket is tough, light, and fits the picture of the classic blazer for safaris made with modern materials and techniques.

Key features:

  • 100% Cotton
  • 4-Button closure with stylish, traditional waist belt
  • Machine washable
  • 4 Large flap pockets with ample storage space
  • Comfortable and durable – it’ll keep you cool during the summer and warm during the fall

You needn’t head to Africa to enjoy this multipurpose men’s jacket. It’s perfect for hiking, fishing, hunting, photography, or any travel adventure for that matter…but if you are about to embark on an African safari, this needs to be added to your cart, stat.

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10. Boston Proper Women’s One Button Knit Boyfriend Blazer

Woman Wearing a Knit Boyfriend Blazer

3.9 out of 5

Boston Proper know a thing or two about making comfortable, quality professional wear, certainly when it comes to stitching together wrinkle-free blazers for travel. Whether paired with jeans, capris, or part of a full suit, this smart boyfriend blazer is all girl-boss.

Key features: 

  • 1-Button closure 
  • High-quality, comfortable, machine washable materials (95% Nyon and 5% Spandex) 
  • Wrinkle-resistant
  • 2 Flap pockets at the waist

Designed and made for women by women, this outstanding travel blazer comes in a range of different colors to choose from.

11. Jessica London Women’s Plus Size Bi-Stretch Blazer

Woman Wearing a Blazer

4 out of 5

Jessica London is a label that prides itself on creating top fashion for all body types without breaking the bank. A perfect example of this ethos, style, and generous price tag, is this stylish plus-size travel blazer.

Key features:

  • 100% Comfortable spandex and fully lined 
  • 1-Button closure 
  • Machine washable
  • Wrinkle resistant
  • Stylish front slash pockets

This lightweight comfortable travel blazer is perfect for the professional traveler who actually works for a living. Plus, this particular travel blazer comes in a range of classic colors and also several chic patterns.

Travel Blazers 101

The term travel blazer is a bit broad, but it essentially boils down to a blazer designed for travel. Yup. Ah, but what sort of travel? I am getting to that.

Nowadays the term typically refers to smart, office-type suit jackets designed to be wrinkle-resistant, machine washable, lightweight, and breathable.

They are easy to clean and maintain, and they don’t need ironing or a visit to the dry cleaner. They are invaluable for any regular traveler packing a bag with a premium on space, who needs to look sharp at their destination.

But there are others… Travel blazers come in all shapes, sizes, and purposes. For example, there’s the heavier tweed wool travel blazer; arguably the OG travel blazer. You can find yourself a travel blazer for hunting, fishing, or even a travel blazer for safari. 

You could find a waterproof blazer with a hood, blazers with lots of pockets, blazers for men and women, sport coats, downy jackets, oiled waterproofs, and so on, and so forth.

How to Size Your Travel Blazer

The key to feeling confident in your wardrobe is ensuring your clothes fit properly. It is amazing what a well-fitting outfit can do for your own confidence and body positivity.

This is particularly important if you’re looking for a suit jacket for business travel or are off to a wedding. So it’s best to get measurements to ensure your new travel blazer fits.

Before we start measuring, you’ll need a soft measuring tape – break out your sewing kit!

(This process is much easier if you have someone to help you hold the tape!)

  • Measure around the neck; Hold measuring tape level, leaving enough room to breathe comfortably. Measure your neck size in inches and half inches and round up to the nearest half-inch.
  • Chest/Bust; Measure around the fullest part of the chest. Keep the tape level under the arms and across the shoulder blades. Round to the nearest inch.
  • Waist; Stand naturally and measure around the smallest part of your natural waistline, (usually just above hip bones). Make sure the tape is level. It should feel snug but not tight. Round up to the nearest inch.
  • Hips; Measure around the fullest part of your hips, (approximately 9 inches down from the waist). Again, make sure the tape is level, and again it should be snug but not tight. Round up to the nearest inch.
  • Sleeve: Starting at the center of your back, measure across the shoulder, down the outside of the arm, and along the elbow to the point where the wrist meets the hand. Round up to the nearest inch.

Don’t feel like dealing with this hassle-faff? You can always go to a tailor or clothing store, and someone there should be able to get accurate measurements!

Hopefully, some of this eclectic selection tickles your fancy or has given you some ideas of what’s out there for travel blazers and jackets. Got a favorite we didn’t mention? Tried any of these out yourself? Let us know!

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