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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.