7 Hot Gifts for the Winter Traveler

Snow and rain won’t stop these people. Hardcore travelers will go out there even when the temperatures drop below zero – and some of them even prefer winter traveling! Crazy, we know… 🙂

Still – you might know a fearless traveler or hiker, that cares nothing for the cold. You might even be one. Here are 7 hot gifts for the winter traveler:

#7

Heatmax Hot Hands 2 Handwarmers: Designed for skiers, hunters, fishermen, golfers, or anyone who works or plays in the cold for long hours, the Heatmax HotHands-2 Hand Warmers are air-activated and will provide up to 10 hours of soothing warmth inside gloves, pockets or wherever you feel a chill.

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#6

Moving Comfort Women’s No Chill Gloves: Made from the popular NoChill fabric, these gloves are the perfect weight for cool weather traveling and hiking.

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#5

Tuffo Water-Resistant Outdoor Blanket with Carrying Case: The durable construction, water-resistant backing, and light layer of padding make it perfect for tossing down on the sand, campground, or soccer sidelines. Easy to carry around with its shoulder straps and storage pockets, the blanket folds up to a compact and convenient size.

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#4

Adjustable Balaclava: Weather gear for extreme cold places. Simple, cheap and useful.

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#3

Wellco Extreme Cold Boots: These do an admirable job keeping feet toasty warm in cold, harsh weather. The secret is trapping heat inside and creating a chill-chasing barrier from the cold.

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#2

Stainless Steel 8 oz Satin Finish Liquor Flask: Nothing like a good sip of booze to chase away the cold!

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#1

Swedish Firesteel- Army Model: When it’s cold – you need a fire. Simple, really. This little gizmo’s 3,000°C spark makes fire building easy in any weather, at any altitude. Used by a number of armies around the world, Swedish FireSteel’s dependability has already made it a favorite of survival experts, hunters, fishermen and campers.

Have a cool trip! 😉

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