Part two of the gift guide comes through with two new personas that might be on your list. The Winter Sale has begun. Check out what’s marked down HERE.
Whether it’s business or pleasure, this recipient is well familiar with life around the airport. When flying was a major event, suits, ties and overcoats were often part of the norm when boarding a plane. As style has evolved, we have seen the emergence of the “pyjama flyer.” Those that are content sacrificing appearance for undoubtedly superior comfort. The pieces from our traveller gift guide prove that style doesn’t have to be sacrificed to stay comfy.
Portland based Tanner Goods has made their name by creating leather goods that make life a little more stylish and a whole lot more durable. The Travel Wallet is a must for staying organized in the airport and beyond. It has slots for a passport, notebook, foreign currency, credit cards, and room for any other papers a traveller might find themselves needing. Keep keys close at hand with the lanyard also from Tanner Goods. These two will ensure loss of items is at a minimum.
For the larger items needed on the road, the Filson duffle bags will be the traveller’s best friend. Made from an ultra-durable twill and leather strapping, the best part of these bags is that the more they are used, the more beautiful they age. It’s displayed in the medium size and is also available for smaller overnight trips.
For winter travelling the S.N.S. Herning Rationale cardigan and Torso scarf are must haves. Made from 100% wool but spun to accomplish a soft hand feel, these pieces keep warmth as a priority. They are still made at the original factory in Denmark as when the company started back in 1931. S.N.S. offerings are always classically designed so they’ll never go out of style.