6 Gift Ideas For the Wanderluster on Your List
We’ve all got a few friends on our holiday gift giving list that have been seriously hit with the travel bug. These folks aren’t the easiest to buy for—they tend to prefer experiences over material goods, and they don’t have a spare square inch of precious luggage space to spare for extra “stuff”.
Solution: get them something special that will take their travel experience from good to great. We’ve assembled a list of tried and true travel gear that will please every wanderluster on your list. Time to make your list and check it twice!
The Ultimate Carry-OnAny frequent traveler knows just how important it is to have a carry-on suitcase that can do it all. The Toursafe™ AT21 anti-theft wheeled carry-on is the crème de la crème of carry-ons. The soft sides means it can squeeze easily into congested overhead bins. The puncture resistant material means that the bag’s contents are safe from crafty thieves trying to bypass travel locks (did we mention the bag’s lockable zipper pullers?). Zipped pockets and compartments are perfect for storing extras, like reading material or a tablet. And of course, it’s on wheels—easy for careening through airports when trying to make a tight layover. Don’t be surprised if this one brings tears to your loved one’s eyes.
The On-the-Go SafeIf your wanderlust-stricken friend travels with valuables—think passport, camera, electronics, or jewelry—then they will definitely go nuts over the Travelsafe® 12L GII portable safe. Just as the name suggests, this portable safe is the perfect place to stash special gear in order to keep it safe. The recipient just has to place the items inside—the soft-brushed lining is plenty gentle on valuables—and lock the device to any secure fixture. Give the gift of peace of mind when your friend is out adventuring.
The World’s Best Messenger BagThere’s a good chance your buddy is already coveting the Instasafe™ Z400 anti-theft shoulder bag. This durable bag will last through adventure after adventure, and it’s the perfect size for stashing a laptop, tablet, or other essentials (it even has a special padded compartment for that very purpose). The bag features six anti-theft features, including Carrysafe ® slashguard straps, a Roobar™ anti-theft anchor lock, and eXomesh® slashguard. The best part: when your friend isn’t on the road, he or she can use this bag for school or work.
The Sneakiest Purse EverKnow a lady who likes to paint the town red on her adventures abroad? She’ll adore the Citysafe™ 75 GII anti-theft purse. This purse is super sleek and it’s the perfect size for the essentials. The strap converts from an over-the-shoulder bag to a wrist clutch—and let’s be honest, versatility is always a plus. With safety features like RFIDsafe™ blocking pockets and material and smart zipper security, your friend won’t have to worry about keeping her stuff safe whether she’s sampling new restaurants, hitting up a swanky lounge, or ripping it up on the dance floor.
The Backpacker’s BackpackIf you’ve got someone on your list who is planning for a seriously awesome adventure in 2016, spoil them with the Venturesafe™ 55L GII anti-theft travel pack. At 55 liters, this backpack will fit all of their travel essentials. It’s tough enough to see them through planes, trains, automobiles, and anything else they might encounter. There are plenty of extra features that will help keep travel gear safe around the clock, from the built-in slashguard to the smartest zippers you’ve ever seen.
The Organizer’s Dream Come TrueWe all have that one friend—the one who has every document meticulously detailed and whose itinerary is color-coded to perfection. Indulge your perfectionist friend with the RFIDsafe™ Z200 RFID blocking travel organizer, which keeps cards, passports, papers, and other travel documents tidy, organized, and secure.
Magee Walker was a late bloomer to the snowboard scene, but thankfully discovered the joys of the sport after moving to Vancouver and spending weekends in Whistler. She’s now lucky enough to call Whistler her full-time home and spends her days conquering the mountain, by foot in the summer and by snowboard boot in the winter.