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Crosley Traveler Portable Turntable

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Bring your records on the road $128.00

There really is no substitute for the sound of vinyl. It's the physical aspect of it; the way a record needle reads grooves in wax translates into a sound quality that digital formats can't match. Now you can enjoy a whole new level of LP independence with the Crosley CR49 Traveler. Inspired by the original portable turntables of the late 1950s, the table's black suitcase housing includes a pair......read more

Traveler Zita by Finum

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Enjoy loose leaf tea on the go with Finum's travelling tumbler $25.00

German engineering meets tea drinking with the Traveler Zita from Finum, allowing users make and drink loose leaf tea on the go. The insulated double-walled travel mug is made of FDA-approved Eastman poly, keeping beverages hot or cold for up to three hours. Simply screw on the lid to isolate the tea leaves from the water and control the flavor. BPA-free and dishwasher-safe, the Traveler Zita is......read more

The World's Greatest Travelers

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German adventurers complete 556,000-mile, quarter-century odyssey by SUV

It was 1988 when Gunther Holtorf and his wife Christine set off in a Mercedes Benz G-Wagen to travel around Africa. After completing the planned 18-month tour, they decided to keep going... and going... and going. The end result was an epic, 25-year adventure which saw the Mercedes--nicknamed Otto by Christine--driven 556,000 miles through 215 countries and into the record books. Christine......read more

National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

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Five of our favorite entries

These aren't even the winners.  But they inspire our wanderlust that tends to live in all of us SHFTers.  The deadline for entry ends June 30 for the 2014 contest.  The prize is a trip to Alaska.  So if you've taken some photos of nature, sponteneous moments, outdoor scenes, images with a strong sense of space, go for it! ...read more

Kiboots Traveler

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One-of-a-kind bag combines organic artisan leather with colorful kilim rug scraps $183.00

Launched in Amsterdam in 2010, Kiboots has quickly become a sustainable fashion favorite. The Dutch company, fronted by Jovanna Kruitbosch and Martijn Lugtigheid, has built its brand around products that combine leather leftovers with colorful kilim rugs. This handsome backpack is a case in point. Dubbed the Traveler, the bag is handmade with organic artisan leather and authentic kilim......read more

Sakku.Traveler

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Recycled sail bag uses solar power to charge your gadgets. $424.00

From Swiss design company Sakku comes this wonderfully practical shoulder bag, featuring a solar panel that powers up your gadgets* while while you're cruising around in the sun. The advanced green design doesn't stop there though. The sakku.traveler is also crafted from recycled sailcloth, giving it a stylish nautical feel that's great all year round. Well-built and durable, each......read more

Google Maps Adds Bike Routes

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Good news for two-wheeled travelers.

Just in time for spring, Google Maps has added biking directions to their hugely popular online mapping service last week. The new feature comes with directions for cyclists in 150 cities in the United States. This is great news for the cycling community, which has been pressing Google to add bike routes to Google Maps for a long while. Suggested cycling routes are designed to avoid freeways......read more

River Rafting in Sweden

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A Scandanavian eco-tourism outfit lets travelers embrace their inner Huck Finn

Thanks to Mark Twain, the image of a timber river raft drifting lazily downriver is forever embedded in the American consciousness. Over the years, it's become the ultimate symbol of escapist freedom. Now, you too can enjoy that very activity on your next holiday. The only catch? You have to travel to Sweden to make it happen. During the summer months, a Swedish eco tourism outfit called......read more

Greener Pastures

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T Magazine contributor Christian L. Wright on stylish travelers indulging their pastoral fantasies.

Just as bushy beards and Hunter boots have captured the pastoral fantasies of the urban fashion tribe, a taste for field and stream is driving the travel avant-garde. Nowadays, rural pleasures — whether it’s picking your own asparagus or indulging your inner ranger — have given rise to a new breed of back-to-the-land destinations...MORE -Christian L. Wright (Via T Magazine Blog) Photo:......read more

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