The 9 Best Travel Tie Cases
This wiki has been updated 20 times since it was first published in February of 2017. You can't show up to that big business meeting with wrinkled neckwear, and when you store your ties in one of the cases on this list, you won't have to. We searched for options that prevent crumples and creases, meet the budgets of most travelers, and add a touch of style to a wander's wardrobe. Some look so good, in fact, that they'd make excellent gifts for all types of occasions. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
March 22, 2019:
After some deliberation, we decided to remove the BuiBui Necktie Cylinder; as with the Ties.com Faux Leather Roll, it only holds one item, which simply isn't practical for many business trips. But, because the Ties.com model is higher quality and features better detailing, we left it as a top choice for those who have a delicate tie to protect or for those who'd like an elegant way to present a tie as a gift. We also removed the TNT Travel Gear, which has (unfortunately) become hard to find. Not to worry, though, as we added several other practical choices, including the LeanTravel Premium, the In Kds Organizer, and the Colonel Littleton No. 12. This last has a rather beefy price tag to go with its robust construction, but it's the type of item that won't wear out anytime soon. Finally, we chose the Eagle Creek Pack-It Garment Folder, even though it isn't a tie case per se. A perennial favorite of travelers across the globe, it will keep your shirts, ties, pants, and everything else tidy as you hop from hotel to hotel.