Finding the perfect stocking stuffer can be a challenge. And that’s especially true when you are giving to someone who loves spending time on the road. You want something fun, something practical, and these days, something green.
To help you out, here’s six stocking stuffer gift ideas for the traveller in your life.
Giovanni Recharge Towelettes Peppermint Surge – 20 Towelettes
Lightweight, soft, and offering antibacterial properties, these 100% biodegradable towellettes not only clean but also moisturize and recharge, making them the perfect compact gift for travelers on the move.
Travel Zip 3-Pack
Bright and cheery, this pack of Travel Zip pouches provides storage for everything from toiletries to electrical chargers and cords. And because one of the three pouches has a clear front, travelers can do away with the single use disposable plastic bags and go through airport security with style.
To-Go Ware RePEat Bamboo Utensils
For the backpacker on the move, this eco-friendly, toxin free utensil set from Wild Mint is not only heat and stain resistant, it’s also strong enough to survive on the road.
These bamboo toothbrushes from WooBamboo are biodegradable, sustainable, and dentist approved. They are also pretty classy.
These all natural flavored lip balms from Crazy Rumors are made from certified organic ingredients and come in a variety of yummy flavors ranging from Candy Cane to A La Mode. Sold individually or by the set, they provide the perfect lip protection.
Stanley Adventure eCycle Flask
This seven-ounce flask Stanley Adventure eCycle Flask, made from recycled food packaging, is built for life. But if for some reason it doesn’t survive, it can be tossed into the recycling bin.
(top photo @David Telford via flickr)
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