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Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  December 16, 2012 03:26 PM

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By Necee Regis

If your suitcase is your traveling closet, the new Rise & Hang Travel Gear’s bags might be the perfect alternative to an unorganized mess. Available in two sizes, these luggage inserts are basically collapsible shelving systems that can either fit inside your existing rolling luggage or be used as a carry-on with shoulder strap. To keep clothes folded and organized, just unzip the bag, lift, and hang. Made in North America with lightweight, flexible materials, each bag features a larger compartment under the shelves for laundry items. Luggage insert and carry-on $54, weekender duffel bag $99. 888-929-1329, www.riseandhang.com

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