2011 holiday gift guide for the traveler

That’s right, handpicked for the traveler in your life or for your life as a traveler. Give a travel gift this Christmas or make your holiday a travel Christmas. You get the idea.

Vinni Wine Bag

Vinni Wine Bag flight proofs your wine with a reusable, inflatable bag that creates an air cushion around a bottle. $30.

The New York Times 36 Hours: 150 Weekends in the USA & Canada

Sick of going to Vegas for your weekend escape? If that’s even possible in your world, The New York Times 36 Hours: 150 Weekends in the USA & Canada has 149 other spots for you to check out. $25.30.


Zomm has created the first wireless phone-leash that alerts you when you are away from its proximity. It also doubles up as a speaker phone and a security device (plus a funny demo video). $99.

Next time you travel, impress/confuse the locals by cooking them a Thai inspired dinner with The Mobile Foodie Thai Essentials Kit. $20.

Bugaglove Max Electric

If you die in the wild, your hands will still stay warm with the Bugaglove Max Electric glove from Columbia. $399.

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations Collection 6

Who wouldn’t want some Bourdain for Christmas? The 6th collection is out in 2 parts. Part 1 $20.99 and part 2 $17.99.


FitKit’s small package is a traveler’s workout solution by providing a jump rope, resistance tube, exercise band, and more. $29.99.

The Lifeproof iPhone case is resistant to water, ice, dirt, impact or just plain life. Try it in the shower while making a dirty martini while jumping on your phone. $79.99.

The Powerbag is a techies wet dream with backpacks, messenger bags, and briefcases that can charge smartphones, and tablets. $139.99 +

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