Nomad was kind enough to send me a package with some of their latest products to make sure that my travel essentials are up to date before summer.
Disclaimer: We are not obligated to do any product promotion – so I will give you my honest thoughts about their products in this Nomad Goods review. However, since we did get these products for free, this article should be considered a sponsored post.
Nomad Goods Product Review
Nomad is a company that has taken simple everyday items and made some truly unique products that suit the lifestyle of nomads. I’ve been following the company for years and love how they have built a brand with a strong sense of quality and aesthetics.
Their product line is constantly growing, and it covers everything from travel gear to office & lifestyle essentials.
Among their office essentials, you will find some premium and powerful charging solutions like their Nomad Goods Base Station Pro or the newer Base One Max that delivers official MFi MagSafe charging at up to 15W.
They also make leather mousepads from minimally treated, vegetable-tanned leather and an elegant pen in a steel and aluminum construction; Two complimentary items for your home office to ensure a beautiful desk setup.
For travelers and digital nomads, the minimalistic product line from Nomad Goods has a lot to offer, including everything from apple watch bands and iPhone cases to MacBook sleeves and wallets.
There is something beautiful about their approach to product design and functionality as they manage to keep the needs of their audience, such as digital nomads, in focus throughout the product development process.
The products from Nomad Goods are known for their minimalistic design and high-quality materials, such as their Nomad leather goods. Even the packaging and presentation of their products is a unique experience that aligns perfectly with their values and Nomad DNA.
The design used to appeal more to the male audience since most of their products were black and minimalistic. However, with their latest releases, I feel like they have tried to face this issue by creating products in new colors and materials, with a broader audience in mind and a “feminine” touch.
The Built Quality
All their products are made of the best materials possible, from the Nomad leather goods to the kevlar charging cables and MagSafe chargers in solid metal and glass design.
When I received my card wallet from Nomad Goods, it even came with a leather care product included to prolong the life of the Horween Leather. It’s those small details that really shows that the brand cares about quality and durability.
A little insider tip for the male audience who wants to pick up one of their t-shirts: Go one size up! I think they are quite small compared to other brands but it makes sense as they are unisex.
My Final thoughts
By July, Nomad Goods can celebrate its 10th anniversary, and the company is more relevant than ever in a rapidly changing world where working remotely has become the new normality.
I have really enjoyed the products I received, and I can’t wait to see what the future brings in terms of innovation and new products from Nomad Goods. However, I still think there is a lot of potential for new products, and I would love to see them get even more specific with their product lines to cover the specific needs of different types of nomads:
- The Digital Nomad
- The Backpacker
- The Photographer
- The Surfer
- and so on.
Another thing that I wish they would focus on would be universal chargers or at least a version for each big market.
As a European, I was bummed that I couldn’t pick up one of their Power Adapters. They are half the size of Apple’s but twice as powerful, so it’s a product with a lot of value for nomads like us who spends a lot of time on the road. The power adapters are also a perfect match with the Nomad Goods lightning charger cables made for extreme durability with its kevlar outer braid.
Fingers crossed that they will prioritize Europlug in the future!
Last but not least, I want to talk about sustainability. Nomad Goods are doing a lot to reduce its impact while leading the way toward a more sustainable future, and that’s the kind of responsibility that I love to see from modern brands with an international footprint.