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For the Remote Worker

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Eagle Creek Wayfinder 20 Pack ($80)

The versatile Eagle Creek Wayfinder 20 pack is made from lightweight ripstop and has contoured straps. Cord organizers and pockets for a laptop, a tablet, and other small gadgets add to its functionality.

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Grovemade Walnut Mouse and Keyboard Pads ($99 and $69)

Boost ergonomic comfort—and spiff up your office—with Grovemade’s Walnut mouse and keyboard pads, which are manufactured in Portland, Oregon.

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Wacaco Nanopresso ($65)

Coffee snobs rave about the quality espresso produced by the Wacaco Nanopresso. Its patented hand pump delivers a pick-me-up anytime, anywhere.

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Ember ­Ceramic Mug ($80)

The sleek Ember ­Ceramic mug has a built-in heater to keep hot drinks at the user’s preferred temperature (set via a mobile app).

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Herschel Supply Co. ­Anchor Sleeve ($30 and up)

Herschel Supply Co.’s minimalist ­Anchor sleeve provides fleece-lined protec­tion for your laptop or tablet.

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Jarvis Standing Desk ($395)

With its sustainable bamboo surface, electronically adjustable height, and customizable colors, shape, and materials, the Jarvis standing desk is as attractive as it is practical.

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Block Shop Ace ­Mojave Robe ($160)

The airy organic cotton and mod print of Block Shop’s Ace ­Mojave Robe impart the relaxed vibes of the Southwest.

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Stoked ­Roasters 5 Pound Bulk Bag ($90)

Satisfy anyone’s super-sized coffee addiction with Stoked ­Roasters’s 5 Pound Bulk bag of medium-dark Bluebird beans, roasted in Hood River, Oregon.

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From Outside Magazine, December 2018
Filed To: HolidayGiftsGift Guide
Lead Photo: Inga Hendrickson

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