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For the #Vanlifer

Warning: These gifts will fuel wanderlust. 

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Pendleton Native American Artist Blanket

Inspired by the work of Native American artists and designed in collaboration with the American Indian College Fund, these wool and cotton blend blankets are as beautiful as they are functional. The Return of the Sun pattern commemorates the beginning of springtime in the Arctic.

Price $299

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Thule
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Thule Flow 606 Rack 

The more aerodynamic the better when it comes to picking a roof box for your car or van. This has one of the slimmest profiles we’ve seen, impressive considering it can carry skis, poles, and plenty of gear in its near-seven-foot length. 

Price $800

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Growlerwerks uKeg 128 

This pressurized, stainless-steel mini-keg, designed (where else) in Portland, will keep your beer fresh and hoppy for weeks, which makes it ideal for long periods between pit-stops. The sight glass on the side let's you know when you're running low. 

Price $199

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The Hinterland: Cabins, Love Shacks, and other Hide-Outs 

Admit it: You follow Cabin Porn on Instagram and can't stop clicking on tiny houses and trailers when they pop up in your Facebook feed. The Hinterland is basically that in print, a celebration of the architecture and design of our favorite escapes.

Price $60

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Topo Designs
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Topo Designs Mountain Duffel 

If you're planning to live on the open road, you're going to need a haul bag. This one, from Colorado-based Topo Designs, was constructed with ultra-padded sides of ballistic Cordura and dozens of pockets to protect your gear and help you keep everything organized. 

Price $229

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Shinola
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Shinola Runwell Turntable 

From watches, to bicycles, and now this stunning turntable, Shinola, it seems, can do no wrong when it comes to designing the classics. This two-speed, belt-driven table integrates with an iPhone, and the oak base looks good in any home, be it Airstream or urban apartment.

Price $2,500

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Homesick Candles
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Homesick Candles 

The nomadic life may be the dream, but everyone gets nostalgic from time to time. This was the idea behind Homesick candles, 30 bucks for the familiar smell of your favorite state. We're partial to New Mexico which smells like "chiles, desert air, and sopapilla." 

Price $30

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Wildsam Field Guides
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Wildsam Field Guides 

Thought the selection is still limited (there are only five editions out so far) Wildsam Field Guides go way beyond the traditional travel guide. With stories from locals, interesting nuggets of history, and of course best places to eat, we always keep these handy when passing through the country's coolest cities. 

Price $18

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Tvan
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Tvan Firetail Trailer 

Made in Australia, this beautiful and extremely compact travel trailer is our new favorite. The base model comes with a full kitchen, solar panels, and packs a full queen-size bed to boot.

Price $58,000

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Cultiver Sheets 

Linen sheets are more durable than cotton and the darker colors of these from Australian bedding company Cultiver won't show stains when you accidentally spill your morning coffee on them. 

Price $150

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Eagle Creek
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Eagle Creek Pack-It Specter Clean Dirty Cube 

This water-repellent luggage organizer and its two separate zip pockets keep your dirty clothes separate from the clean stuff while you seek out the nearest laundromat. 

Price $30

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MTNApproach
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MTN Approach System 3 

Folding skis! What a brilliant idea. While these Paulownia wood core boards from MTN Approach were designed as part of a touring set-up, they also work well when space is limited. 

Price $799

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Hario
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Hario Skerton Coffee Mill 

Even if you're not living life on the road, we recommend grinding your coffee by hand. It's meditative and the end result tastes better. This Hario mill doesn't require any plug-ins or batteries, and the lack of blades means you can take it on airplanes without getting stopped. 

Price $40

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For the High-Class Adventure Nomad

  Photo: Grovemade Grovemade Walnut Pocket Knife Guaranteed Pleaser Grovemade’s Walnut pocket knife, designed and built in Portland, Oregon, is as ­durable as it is elegant, with a stainless blade and polished handle.  Price $169 Buy Now   Photo: Fox River Fox River New American Rag Crew Socks Fox River’s New American Rag crew socks have a blend of nylon and spandex for extra stretch but won’t slouch during long days on your feet. Price $16 Buy Now   Photo: Grace USA Grace USA Wood Handled Micro Screwdriver Set Be it flathead or Phillips, the six-piece Grace USA Wood Handled Micro screwdriver set keeps things tight and looks good doing it. Price

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An Ode to the Stylish Duffle. Plus 5 of Our Favorites.

There’s plenty to be said for ballistic-denier waterproof duffels that you can drag behind a Jeep, up a mountain, and through raging rivers (like Patagonia’s Stormfront, below). But to avoid looking like a wannabe Conrad Anker on your weekend getaway to Jackson Hole, the other classic waxed-canvas and leather bags here will do just fine. They last a lifetime and fend off rain on a sprint from the cab to the hotel. And you’ll always arrive looking like you know exactly where you’re going.   Photo: Vermilyea Pelle Vermilyea Pelle Day Bag ($275) Buy Now   Photo: Timberland Timberland Nantasket Waxed Canvas Travel Bag

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