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Stocking Stuffers for Travelers

(Photo: Inga Hendrickson)

What do a carry-on Moscow Mule cocktail kit and a flashlight-size survival tool have in common? They both seem like luxuiries—untill you really need 'em. 

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Maui Jim Voyager Sunglasses

The Maui Jim Voyager sunglasses feature incredibly thin glass lenses—20 percent skinnier than standard glass—and deliver all-day sporty comfort in a polarized, retro package.

Price $219

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W&P Design Carry On Cocktail Moscow Mule Kit

An airline-grade rum and Coke makes for a crappy international flight. The W&P Design Carry On Cocktail Moscow Mule kit solves that problem. Order a vodka, then use the ginger syrup, muddler, and coaster to make two elevated mixed drinks.

Price $24

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Fjällräven Sarek Torso Sweater 

With waxed cotton-poly on the chest for wind resistance and thick lamb’s wool all over, Fjällräven’s Sarek Torso sweater is a durable insulator that will keep you warm in soggy conditions. Bonus points for the kangaroo pocket, which swallows wallet and keys.

Price $200

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Eddie Bauer First Ascent Maximus Duffel

The 600-denier monster that is Eddie Bauer’s 70-liter First Ascent Maximus duffel has five heavy-duty nylon-web handles, plenty of daisy chains for toting gear, and stowable straps for backpack-style carrying.

Price $129

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(Photo: VSSL Supplies)

VSSL Supplies Kit

The VSSL Supplies kit is a battery-powered torch that carries like a Maglite, but the aluminum cylinder houses seven refillable pods stocked with a first-aid kit, a fire starter, fishing gear, water-purification tabs, and other survival essentials.

Price $98
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