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50 Gifts From Scotland Recommended By a Scot [New Items]

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Affectionately known for its tartan, Tunnock’s teacakes and tots of whisky, gifts from Scotland are an obvious choice for friends and family who pine for Pitlochry or go gaga over Glencoe.

Here is a jam-packed guide to gifts from Scotland as well as Alba-themed gifts for homes, wardrobes, bellies and bodies. Featuring gifts for women, men, new babies, weddings, and Outlander fans! Consider the following items when planning care packages for loved ones too. Stick around until gift item number 50, I think you’ll like it… 

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Scottish Gifts For Her

1. DNA Testing

So how Scottish are you?

This DNA testing kit (click here for US and here for UK) takes two minutes to conduct and you receive your results within 3-4 weeks!

The results reveal the paths of your ancestors from over 42 regions.

All you have to do is swab your cheek and send it away to the experts.

2. Plaid Poncho/Cape/Shawl

I absolutely adore the versatility of ponchos, capes and shawls. They can cover up in cold weather, be used as blankets for picnics or cars, and bags when cut short at the shop (avoid paying 5p!)

Check out this striking red tartan poncho. If you follow Two Scots Abroad you will know that we are mad for the plaid!

Scotland Gifts - Tartan Plaid Poncho

3. Harris Tweed Bags and Masks [No Pipes!]

Harris Tweed Bags US / UK are an immensely popular gift idea from Scotland.

The sturdy yet stylish Harris wool material is teamed up with leather straps, brass rivets, and a magnetic fastener to keep the contents of the handbag safe.

We bought my Mum one a few years ago with harris tweed gloves to match.

Tweed masks are super popular in Scotland. My friend and TSA writer, Ruth, has this one and highly recommends it.


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Harris tweed Scottish gifts for her

Tweed Face Covering

Tweed masks are super popular in Scotland. My friend Ruth personally recommends this one.

Made from authentic Harris Tweed, it is stylish and breathable.

It comes in 15 colors. Click here to let the maker know which you prefer.

Harris Tweed Face Covering Mask

4. Scottish Themed Soaps

Scottish Fine Soaps US / UK  blend delicious ingredients with a contemporary Scottish style to create bath and beauty collections perfect of Scottish gifts.

Soaps are perfect for travel as there are no spills.

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5. For Yer Whisky-lovin’ Wimmin

These silly message socks gave me a giggle. The soles of the socks say – if you can read this bring my whisky.

My Gran thought these were hilarious! They came are ‘whiskey’ just so you know. Buy US / UK.

6. Scottish Slang T-shirts

Scottish clothing doesn’t have to be boring.

Scottish slang t-shirts designed by yours truly! Put your guid vibes or your favourite Scottish city on an ethically produced t-shirt or tote bag.

Scottish or a Scotland lover and want to show your support abroad? Check out the One Scot and Two Scots Abroad tops here

7. Become a Lady

Grant your loved one the title of lady, or laird, with this gift package.

The experience includes the title, an email address with the title for example [email protected] and a tour of your new land at Castle Dunans.

Cool, eh? A very unique Scottish gift.


Scottish Gifts For Him

8. Donald Where’s Yer…

Craig’s favourite, tartan ties US / UK.

I bought him one for his 30th birthday and his brothers followed suit (I’m on a roll!) for our wedding party at the Leith Theatre in Edinburgh.

A modern alternative to the stuffy old wide ties worn by mad tour guides on the West Coast is the skinny tartan tie.

Craig has worn his tartan tie to many weddings and festive events. Looking to meet men in kilts during your visit? Here are 5 ways to do so.

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9. Saltire Souvenirs

Sometimes the St Andrews Cross items make the best Scottish souvenirs. We travel with our Scotland flag all over the world and use it in our images.

Other alternatives include saltire cuff links US / UK and for the foodies – a coffee/tea mug.

What about a plaid shirt? Here’s our guide to tartan shirts.

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10. Cashmere Socks

Graham cashmere men’s ribbed socks USUK are breathable yet luxurious and hand-knitted in Hawick, Scotland. 

11. Oor Wullie Colouring Book

Every year my uncle used to get the annual Oor Wullie book for Christmas, it brings back fond memories of festive times. Did you know the Oor Wullie was featured in Dundee’s D.C. Thomson newspaper, The Sunday Post? You do now!

There are two different types of nostalgic colouring-in books available, Oor Wullie US / UK and The Broons.

12. Cute Nessie Clothing

Do you believe? Not just Father Christmas needs your faith, Nessie the Lock Ness Monster does too.

Check out this modern Nessie t-shirt or cool Nessie socks.

Nessie Tshirt

Scotland Presents For the Home

13. Tea for Two

We all know how much us Brits love a good cup of tea so what about these Nessie tea strainers UK / U.S)? The silicone strainers break apart at the bottom for tea to be inserted. Guess what?

There hasn’t just been one Nessie spotted in the Loch! This gift comes in a family of three! Team up with tea and shortbread for the true Scottish teaxperience.

Nessie Tea Strainer

14. Line in the Sky

I connected with Becca on Instagram and instantly fell for the simplicity in her line drawings.

You can see the example of her North Coast 500 map here and explore other examples of Munros and hiking paths at her Etsy shop. UK and USA delivery.

Line Drawing Map Scotland Etsy Poster

15. Gin Bottle Light Shade

Gin is allll the rage in Scotland just now and what better way to recycle an empty bottle than to pop at Harris Tweed lampshade on top?

Since gin bottles from the likes of Edinburgh Gin and  Isle of Harris gin are super attractive these days (sorry Gordon’s), they really compliment the bold coloured light shades.

We got the green shade for my Mum’s birthday (she has mustard decor). The kit comes with the shade and light fittings, all you need to add is the bottle – empty of course. Winning combo present for Scotland gin lovers! I’ve YouTubed how to do it yourself, not worth the effort.

16. Thistle do nicely

No Scotland themed gifts guide would be complete without some mention of the national flower! This wood metamorphosis art piece displays the thistle silhouette cut out of wood (obviously) and framed.

This piece is 11 inches in height and 15.3 in width. UK shipping only annoyingly, sorry.

17. Scotland Prints

My friend Kathi actually took these images. She’s a very talented Glasgow-based creative. Check out the highland coo print and many others at her store on Etsy here.

Highland Coo

18. Scotland Beer Map

I first saw the American States version of this a year or so ago and thought – genius. I’m really pleased to see a Scotland edition now since the country is craft beer daft! Pop your beer tops in the correct location slots and display the Scotland beer map with pride.

Scotland Beer Bottle Cap Map Beer Gifts

Whisky Gifts

19. Complete Guide to Malt Whisky

The Complete Guide to Malt Whisky by whisky authority, Michael Jackson, hosts a wealth of knowledge for whisky fans.

This go-to resource, covers a variety of whiskies from all over the world and includes ingredients and a score.

Will your loved one agree?!

20. Whisky Cocktails Recipe Downloads

My friend Nicola has created these cute whisky cocktail recipe cards which you can download instantly on Etsy.

Nicola is a Fife-based creative like me.

Scotland Whisky Cocktail Recipe Cards

Glasgow Gifts

21. Glasgow T-shirts!

This is right up my Sauchiehall Street. Plain white T with black text on the chest.

Perfect Glasgow gift for your hipster pals. Click to check availability.

Gie It Laldy Tshirt

A topical t-shirt which is typical for Glasgow, we are LOVING the new ‘Yer Da Guards Statues‘ t-shirt throwing shade at those who hate in our tolerant country.

#BlackLivesMatter in Scotland and around the world. Make a statement with a side of sass with this new design.

Agree that BLM matters in Scotland? Donate directly to the Black Scottish Business Fund.

22. Glasgow Monopoly

Move over Mayfair! The mean streets of Glasgow have their own version of Monopoly UK.

Advance to Princes Square, Renfrew Street or George Square but avoid the clink!

23. Colouring Glasgow

Lose hours colouring in Glasgow’s top attractions such as the Glasgow City Chambers. Colouring Glasgow US / UK.

Music lovers – check out the Glasgow gig venue colouring in book on Etsy! Only two available at the time of writing (U.K delivery only).


Glasgow Experiences

24. Glasgow Music Tours

Since Glasgow is the city of music why not test your knowledge of Scottish rock, pop and indie at the Glasgow Music Tour?

Jonathon and the team really put on a good show while sharing their stories of music journalism and their experience of the Glasgow music scene while taking you around the cool venues in the city. I learnt a lot during my tour which I was genuinely surprised at!

Barrowlands Park Glasgow

25. Glasgow West End Whisky Tour

Although Edinburgh may be better known for its tours, Glasgow really packs some punches with its uniqueness, and we wouldn’t expect anything less of Scotland’s coolest city.

Moving away from the city centre landmarks, this whisky tour takes you to bars with personality to taste a tott or two (four whisky bars to be exact).

Edinburgh Gifts

26. Edinburgh Map Art

I can’t advertise Scotland gifts for the biggest city without discussing the capital, Edinburgh! Meet this high-quality art print of an Edinburgh map US / UK. It really is a neat and stylish present which would go with many decors.

27. Edinburgh Castle Rock(s)

Not to be confused for a box of chalk crayons, Ross’s Edinburgh Castle Rock [UK/US] comes in pastel colours and a variety of fruity flavours (not like your traditional mint rock). This childhood throwback is guaranteed to crumble and also get stuck in your teeth!

28. Beer Soap – Tae Wash Yer Mooth Oot Wi

Edinburgh Beer Soap (U.S only) is made with Innis and Gunn Scottish Ale.

Other ingredients include sandalwood and musk, balanced with lavender, jasmine, and oakmoss. Can be used to bathe, shave and wash to wash your hair.

U.K readers, check out this natural beer soap with goats milk, argan oil and whisky on Etsy.

Disclaimer, not actually for consumption. 

29. Colouring Book of Edinburgh

23 of Edinburgh’s iconic landmarks including Edinburgh Castle, the Grassmarket and Calton Hill are featured in this delightful paperback colouring-in book US / UK. Edinburgh souvenirs don’t have to be tacky!

Edinburgh Experiences

30. Harry Potter Walking Tour

Diagon Alley, Hogwarts, Quidditch! This 2-hour Harry Potter walking tour of Edinburgh brings the books to life and takes you to the original locations where J.K. Rowling started the story!

31. Ghost Tour and Whisky!

Edinburgh is not shy of a ghost tour or two but this two-hour walking tour is quite unique!

Expect tales of grave robbing, plague victims and spooky stories based around Edinburgh Castle, the Grassmarket, and the Royal Mile. Plus a celebratory drink to calm the nerves.

32. Old Town Brewing Heritage Tour (with Beer Tastings)

Edinburgh is craft beer daft now and luckily for you, there is an Old Town walking tour that tops you up with history and craft beer!

Learn just how much Scotland’s capital has relied on the beer revenue and how it shaped the city we know today. Multiple beer stops included of course!

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33. Edinburgh Castle

Give them access to one of the top things to do in Edinburgh, visit the Castle. Get the line skip here.

Edinburgh Castle from the Vennell

34. Edinburgh Secret Food Tour (Whisky Included)

Fancy more than just beer?

Don’t be put off by the sound of haggis, Edinburgh has an eclectic dining scene and this 3-hour guided food tour will introduce you to the traditional Scottish food and something extra special.

Whisky fans will like this tour, malt tasty is included.

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35. Scratch + Sniff

Please don’t hang me for advertising a whiskey with an ‘e’ product but this book was too good not to share – Scratch & Sniff book US / UK.

The witty, illustrated book takes you on a path of discovery – not self-discovery quite yet (three tots in maybe) to educate you on Scotch, Rye, Irish and Scottish. A fun way to become a connoisseur.

36. A Bar on a Barrel

The whisky cask is sought after for home interior design and this barrel is nicely decorated with a map of the whisky regions so you can plot your next ‘water of life’ road trip (with a designated driver) while you have a swally.

The glasses sit on the Outer Hebrides sourced Harris Tweed mat to avoid harming the barrel and to add that splash of Scotland.

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Funny Scottish Gifts

37. Cheeky Claire Draws

One of my favourite artists is a Scottish lass called Claire Draws. She creates a whole catalogue of funny Scottish gifts such as tote bags with ‘top ginger’ on them and ‘Aye’ necklaces in bold colours. Very cheeky and full of Scottish banter.

Claire Barclay Draws Etsy

38. Pants!

These fetching Bawbags US / UK brought about a laugh in Japan! Meet my husband Craig…

Craig wearing Scotland Bawbags in Japan

39. Whisky Flavoured Condoms

McCondom US only fun products of a serious nature’ – enough said! I threw a packet in with my friend’s new baby gift 😉

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40. Gie It Laldy

These West End of Glasgow ‘Patter Merchants’ have a lot to say through:

U.K delivery only – sorry folks.

41. Scotland Bauble

These striking Scotland Christmas baubles are lovely minders for a  tree. Click here to see the alternative tree decoration.

Scottish Wedding Gifts

42. Quirky Wedding Portrait

If you are looking for an unusual yet unique wedding gift consider a custom drawn couple portrait. This quirky gift was my new sister in law’s favourite (winning!) wedding present.

All you have to do is send Claire Barclay Draws some images of the happy couple and a list of things that mean something to them.

I requested that their dog, Lacy, was also featured as well as the wedding proposal location, wedding venue, date and first dance.

You can choose how ‘Scottish’ you want it so if tartan isn’t their scene (you should disown them now), you can go for pastel instead.

Portraits aren’t just for weddings, Claire covers a variety of life milestones. Just give her a message.

Claire Barclay Draws Portraits

43. Congratulations Tae A Right Couple O’ Belters…

This is the card we bought for my brother in law’s wedding. I think it sums up Kyle and Ashley very well! Created by the Gie It Laldy fae Glasgow.

Outlander Gifts

44. Outlander Colouring Book

Feel the curves of Jamie and Claire as you render the blank scenes from Outlander.

Made from good quality paper which can withstand water pens (but not Sharpies).

I got my Mum this with a self-made certificate for an Outlander Tour.

Click to check availability US / UK.

45. Outlander Cookbook

If the colouring booking didn’t whet your appetite consider the cookbook! Forget the lonely bowl of porridge Claire consumed and turn the pages for pancakes, beer-battered cord fritters and Black Jack Randall’s Dark Chocolate Lavender Fudge.

Outlander Kitchen US / UK is created by professional chef Theresa Carle-Sanders.

46. Outlander Calendar 2021

What are the odds of getting an Outlander fan in secret Santa at work this Christmas? Be ahead of the game and order your 2021 Outlander Calendar.

Outlander Calendar

47. Outlander Note and Card Set

Swept off your feet with the romance in Outlander? Now you can create your own love story with this Outlander deluxe note card set US / UK.

The set includes 192-page ruled journal, 20 elegant notecards and envelopes, and 20 stickers – all inspired by the show.


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Scotland Books

Can you go wrong with a coffee table book about their beloved Scotland?

  • 48. Pockets of Pretty (Edinburgh) by Shawna Law. She’s really lovely
  • 49. Clanlands: Whisky, Warfare, and a Scottish Adventure Like No Other by Sam Heughan & Graham McTavish

50. Scotland Shower Curtain

Well done on making it to the end of our Scotland gift guide! I told you it would be worth it.

Shower with nature, in the shape of a Highland cow shower curtain!

Look forward to your guests asking where you got it from!

Highland Cow Shower Curtain Grey


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Final Thoughts

I could honestly go on and on researching and recommending Scotland inspired gifts, especially the ones from the young creatives like me!

I hope you have enjoyed reading this guide to Scottish gift ideas and have managed to purchase something for your loved ones. Apologies that most of the Scottish gifts made in Scotland don’t deliver outside of the U.K but now you have (yet another) excuse to come and visit Caledonia.

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10 Gifts For Backpackers That Will Be Used! [Updated]

Gifts for Backpackers and Travelers

‘Tis the season to be spending money on travel gifts! But what do you buy the loved ones that prefer the minimalist nomadic life (20kg maximum!) or the friend that is making the move from armchair to the airport? Here are our top ten gifts for backpackers and those who love to travel. No fluff, just genuinely useful travel gear for her and him, tried and tested by us.

Why trust us? Craig and I (Gemma) have been travelling together since we met in 2012. Our first trip was to Southeast (all the food please!) We’ve also travelled extensively through the Americas and Europe during an 18-month career break and we continue to take trips from our more permanent base here in Scotland.

Gifts For Backpackers + Travel Lovers

1. Travel Water Bottles

Investing in a leak-proof water bottle for a travel trip is a great idea because not only does it save you money (refilling from the tap), it also saves the environment from single-use plastic.

We’ve all seen the videos of the whale that ate 80 plastic bags or the photograph of the mummy bird regurgitating plastic to feed its baby.

That plastic from water bottles is going nowhere. It ends up on our beaches, in our seas and eventually in marine life. There have been reports that humans may be digesting it too. Plastic is becoming part of the food chain.

OK, plastic police rant over. There are two types of travel water bottles you can choose from and it depends on your trip.

Are you visiting a country where you can drink out from the tap?

All you need is a bottle like the Tree Tribe US / UK which is made of steel, keeps your water cold for 12 hours and hot for 12 too. It also has an extremely handy hook which clips to your day bag. A great gift for travelers in my opinion.

If you are going somewhere a little more exotic and the water can’t be trusted you need a filter and purification system but the good news is that there are now bottles that do the whole process for you.

A popular brand includes Water-to-Go (Europe only, sorry, quote TSA15 at checkout for 15% off). We attempted to go plastic-free: Read about it here.

Tree Tribe Bottle Gift

2. Waterproof Bag Cover

Hot torrential rains in Thailand or wet autumns in Britain, you can’t go wrong with a waterproof bag cover like this Osprey bag cover US / UK

The bag comes in three different sizes online we use a small for our day packs. No need to let the weather dampen your belongings and spirit again!

We did scrimp on costs and bought a cheapy from eBay, it was useless! From personal experience, when your camera switches off due to wet weather, so does your heart. Looking for a new camera too? Check out this guide on the best cameras for travel.


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Osprey Bag Cover

3. Anker Portable Charger

Our phones are our lifelines when on an adventure. They can act as our credit cards for public transport, they hold our e-tickets at airports, they get us from A-Z with maps apps and that’s just the initial planning stage.

Then there is the entertainment – Spotify, Netflix and games. They document our trips via the camera, we share our stories on social media and then we get annoyed when the battery doesn’t last all day! The solution?

Packing a portable charger like the trusted Anker pack US / UK.

Craig has dabbled in a ‘second charge’ phone cover for his iPhone but within four months it no longer charged so he is back to the trusty Anker.  It works with any phone, I use it with my Android.

Not only does it charge your phone but it can also be used for GoPros, tablets and some cameras.

Anker Portable Charger Phone

4. Hydration Electrolytes

If you are set for a long haul flight or a long night of partying remember to pack hydration tablets US / UK

We were actually unofficially prescribed these by a British doctor in Cuba after a night on too much rum! Now we don’t travel without them (we do a lot of bar reviews…) and give them to friends as gifts (often along with a bottle of something).

Nuun Hydration tablets are actually made from plant-based materials making them gluten, dairy and soy-free.

Fierce Beer Aberdeen

5. Mountain Equipment Rupal

I have a new favourite item of travel gear and that is my Mountain Equipment rain jacket US / UK.

I think it is the neatest looking raincoat on the market and I know it sounds superficial to list-style as one of the main reasons for purchasing a jacket but deep down we all want to look good when we are drowning in a downpour.

The Rupal ticks all of the functionality boxes too – it has three-layer GORE-TEX, an adjustable hood so you can still see when it is raining and huge pockets on the front big enough for phones, maps and even small cameras.

I really like that it covers my bum and the bottom of the arms can be velcro closed over tightly to stop soggy sleaves occurring. I went for the navy but there are brighter colours available for avid hikers.

I know Craig isn’t reading this (so supportive) so I can tell you, his Mum has got him the teal green Rupal for his Christmas because he kept stealing mine in Iceland.

An outdoors enthusiast told me that the Mountain Equipment Rupal isn’t just waterproof and windproof, it’s also splashproof.

I hope I don’t have to test that mind you. Read next: what we pack for a hiking trip.

Mountain Equipment Rupal

6. Salomon Walking Boots/Shoes

Another investment is a decent pair of walking boots or shoes depending on hiking preference.

It doesn’t actually matter what brand of quality shoes you end up buying for your loved one, the key is that they need to be worn in well in advance of any multi-day hiking trips.

My all-time favourite hiking boot brand is Salomon whereas Craig has moved to the Scarpa family.

I am currently rocking a pair of Salomon Quest s US / UK which I think are really attractive as walking boots go. It is a high-level boot with laces all the way up to the top. The boot is GORE-TEX material with a Contagrip sole.

Salomon Quest Ladies Boots

Craig has moved away from Salomon after three years and on to leather Scarpa boots US / UK. This is another high boot with laces all the way to the top.

They have a Vibram sole. You can’t really argue with the quality of Scarpa.

Scarpa Walking Boots

7. PacSafe Net

We travelled for 18 months around the Americas and Europe and had zero theft casualties.

Every time we leave our accommodation we put our worthy goods into a day bag then place the day bag into our PacSafe net US / UK.

The net then pulls at the top before wrapping it around a non-moveable structure like a bed frame.

Once attached, the net clips into the holder and you insert a padlock through the loop.

Then you secure the lock with the padlock. I then throw a poncho/flat/coat over the bag and net to disguise it.

I purchased the PacSafe safe bag on the recommendation of a travel blogger (I wasn’t one at the time) but it was really heavy and took up to much room so opted for the net instead.

A good swap in my opinion.

PacSafe Net Travel Safety

8. Icebreaker Merino Top

Merino wool tops are ideal for travel because they keep you cool in warm climates but warm in cold ones.

How?

The merino wicks the sweat away from the body so the moisture doesn’t sit on the skin.

Here’s the deal-breaker with Icebreaker USA / UK merino wool products are not cheap but they are effective and they don’t have to be washed as much as other types of material which saves on laundry while on the road.

Merino Wool Top Iceland

9. Workaway Subscription + Free 3 Months

Workaway is the volunteer website we used during our big career break. We volunteered at a Hungarian family farm, dog walked in Granada, Spain and stayed in a boutique beach hotel in Nicaragua. For free. 

Well, not quite free. We exchanged our skills for a bed and food. This helped us stay on the road longer and travel slower which is really necessary for wellbeing. It also lets you get to know communities better. 

Give Workaway as a gift and your loved one will get three additional months, access to thousands of jobs in hundreds of countries to apply for. 

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Workaway Profile | Workaway, Help X and Volunteers Base

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10. Expensive Essentials

Travel insurance, vaccinations, visas – the essentials which no one wants to pay for but 100% have to cough up. How about contributing to the $/£300+ vaccination bill?

We use True Traveller for our travel insurance. They are the most economical option when it comes to covering high altitudes of 3000m above sea level, which we needed for the trekking to Machu Picchu. 

Now we can break a body part whilst diving in Cuba or skiing in B.C without breaking the bank!

Jokes aside, I did claim while sick in Vancouver and they paid out with no issues.

World Nomads are another popular insurance provider among backpackers and travel lovers. Read the comparison review World Nomads.

Travel Vaccinations


Final Words

Although it’s tempting, avoid buying lots of stocking fillers that your wandering soul will end up having to trash or will attempt to sell at a car boot sale. Stick to our trusty travel gift recommendations, travel gear that we genuinely love and trust.

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