Travel Gifts for the Holidays – 2018

Here are  a few presents to consider for the traveler in your life. 

What to Wear

Clothing Arts’ motto is “Made by Travelers for Travelers.”  They have quality clothing products, all featuring a pick-pocket proof design.  Their Adventure Shirt is ultra quick-dry and, although 100% nylon, feels like top quality cotton.  I have no clue how they do it. Try it.  www.ClothingArts.com

 

Craghoppers’ Vertex Jacket provided both rain and cold protection on a recent trip to Switzerland. The coat is stylish and easy to roll up and pack.  I also wore their Kiwi Ranger Hat. It has a snap-up brim design and provides plenty of shade.  All of their products are guaranteed for life. www.Craghoppers.com

Brooks is well known for their running shoes.  I don’t run, but I walk a couple of miles daily (more when traveling) in a pair of their Levitates.  The bonus is that they are stylish and I can wear them with a pair of khakis.  www.BrooksRunning.com

What to Pack

Klean Kanteen is a family owned business, leading the way in providing state of the art reusable stainless steel water bottles, straws, cups/tumblers, and food containers.  Their newest product, the TKPro, is a unique thermos-style Kanteen, perfect for both hot or cold drinks. www.KleanKanteen.com

 

Eagle Creek never disappoints with their array of travel products.  The Exhale Lumbar Pillow is lightweight and compact; great for planes, trains, and cars.   The adjustable Wayfinder Waist Pack is comfortable to wear, features a fleece lined compartment for electronics, plus additional pockets for ID/travel documents, and side pockets for snacks or water bottles. www.EagleCreek.com

 

MyCharge’s HUBPLUS can power three devices at one time; two via cable and one with a USB port.  It’s easy to recharge by plugging it into a wall socket; it’s then good for hours.  It’s a must item to pack.  www.MyCharge.com

Chico Bag carries a line of well-constructed, compact, reusable fold up bags. Their latest creation, Vita, is an over-the-shoulder sling with a 40 pound carrying capacity. Tuck it into your suitcase for extras you pick up while traveling. www.ChicoBag.com

Let’s Go!

Howard Hian

 

 

 

 

www.Travels-with-Hian.com

 Many thanks to the various companies mentioned for sample products and photos.  

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.