Ice Skates (and roller blades!) are allowed both as checked luggage or can count as a carry on; perfect for a chilly getaway. It's best to keep them in the overhead bin with the blades covered.
For safety reasons, of course.
Surprisingly, personal lighters are allowed in carry-on luggage even though smoking isn't. You are, however, limited to one lighter per person
Get your craft on during a long flight and knit to your heart's content, as knitting needles are allowed in your carry-on bag.
You can bring dry ice in both checked and carry on luggage as long as you follow certain guidelines. It should be in a container that allows the carbon dioxide gas to escape, and should be clearly marked "DRY ICE" followed by the allowed weight of 5 lbs for checked luggage and 4.4 lbs in carry on luggage.It's still always a good idea to get the final word from your individual airline about their rules, as a particular carrier may have their own restrictions; so call ahead should any of these items be essential to bring with you. Most importantly, pack well in one of our Rise Gear bags and enjoy your travels!