The #KitForYourTrip Christmas Gift Guide 2020 is here to help you find the best and most useful travel products to gift.
Lots of these gift ideas will make great suggestions for avid travellers and people spending time outdoors. There’s nothing quite like a useful and thoughtful gift. Plus, all of these items can be found online, to make shopping in the middle of a pandemic that little bit easier.
Here’s some of my favourite bits of kit to inspire your gift giving this year.
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As I search the pages of Google, surf brands, budget sports brands, high end sports brands and more, I realise that finding a wetsuit, if you’re not a size 0-14, is hard.
And, I began to feel disheartened, fed up, a bit resentful I’m not a lithe Victoria’s Secret Model, and as if the sports I like doing aren’t really for people like me. I do not feel welcome. But, I like being in the sea, I want to get fitter, where are the brands for people like me?
Today’s post takes a conversational turn away from the normal reviews, guides and tried and tested bits of #KitForYourTrip.
But, it poses a good question to my fellow curvy people who love travel and sports. Where are the inclusive wetsuits?
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The long sleeve dryrobe is THE piece of kit for active outdoor sports people. It’s a change robe that keeps you warm and protects your diginity.
I love my dryrobe. My world would certainly be a colder, less dignified place without it, and here’s why…
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Head band, hat or face mask, the Original Buff is a versatile, lightweight and handy addition to any trip or kit bag.
Take a look at why I’ve been buying Buff since I was 14 years old and usually have one to hand at any given moment…
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Looking for a suitcase that you can wheel or wear?
It took me a long time to find a bag that ticked all my travel needs and could adapt to a trip that consisted of a mix of back packing, hostel, motel and hotel staying.
I couldn’t find anything that was versatile enough, I needed something that would make airport life manageable but, also something that could go on my back if the situation called for it.
When I laid eyes on the Osprey Sojourn 80, I knew it was the one. It is the hybrid of suitcases because it has proper backpack hiking straps, wheels and a pull along handle – all while being big enough for a month long trip.
The obsession continued for about a month before I gave in and bought it for my trip to Australia. It did not disappoint, I love it and here’s why…
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Take a look at my review of Teva sandals if you are you looking for a great all round shoe for your next adventure.
Getting the right kit for your trip is really very important. Finding decent shoes is a real struggle especially when you’re trying to fit a month’s worth of clothes and supplies to fit in a 20kg suitcase.
Before heading to Australia I did so much research to find great items that would be versatile, would mean I could pack light and above all else were quality and could survive the elements and being put through its paces.
Footwear is tricky when your travel adventure has you hiking in rainforest and up mountains one moment, clambering through rock pools the next and then hitting the city to sight see.
I discovered Teva a week before I left and thanks to next day delivery I’ve had a solid two years of adventuring with excellent sandals!
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I’ve started my first hashtag called #KitForYourTrip
Join me by sharing your top kit picks, recommendations and advice on #KitForYourTrip across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Let’s start an amazing community full of awesome gear for your travels, you could uncover something that makes your travel experience better, easier or safer!
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