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Gadling Gear Review: Eddie Bauer Expedition Flannel Shirt

Gadling Gear Review: Eddie Bauer Expedition Flannel Shirt Jun 28th, 2013 at 8:00AM: Eddie Bauer In the world of outdoor and travel apparel there are few names as recognizable as Eddie Bauer. For more than 90 years the company has specialized in making clothing that is designed for travel and adventure, outfitting some famous explorers and mountaineers along the way. The iconic brand has earned itself a reputation for making clothing that is tough, comfortable and dependable,...

A Travel Essential For Women: The Little Black Dress

A Travel Essential For Women: The Little Black Dress Apr 6th, 2013 at 10:00AM: Even though the seasons are shifting to spring, I'm still dressing in wool. I've said before that I'm crazy for the newer merinos; they're not just for long underwear anymore. And because they're made of natural fibers, they breath well making them surprisingly versatile for those transitional seasons. It's a little counter-intuitive to think that wool is okay in warmer temps, but the lighter...

5 Odor-Free Active Travel Clothing Lines For Women

5 Odor-Free Active Travel Clothing Lines For Women Mar 31st, 2013 at 2:00PM: After you've been traveling for a long period of time, there invariably comes the day when your suitcase starts to ... well, it starts to stink. That's where a new generation of breathable, odor-free clothing comes in. Brands like Ibex, Patagonia, PrAna, Icebreaker and Horny Toad are coming out with exciting new fabrics like Ibex's Synergy (a blend of merino wool and GOTS-certified organic...

Gadling Gear Review: The North Face Radish Mid Layer Jacket

Gadling Gear Review: The North Face Radish Mid Layer Jacket Feb 11th, 2013 at 8:00AM: Travelers always appreciate clothing that is versatile, lightweight, easily packable and performs well in a variety of weather conditions. It doesn't hurt if it also happens to look good. That seems a rather apt description for the Radish Mid Layer Jacket from The North Face, a comfortable and well-designed piece of performance apparel that is equally at home on a mountain trail as it is kicking...

Travel Hacking: Best Holiday Gifts For Low-Tech Travelers

Travel Hacking: Best Holiday Gifts For Low-Tech Travelers Nov 9th, 2012 at 10:00AM: I'm an unapologetic Luddite. My colleagues at Gadling will attest to this. The fact that I write for AOL is both cosmic luck and hilarious irony given my initial reluctance to embrace the digital era. I can't help it; it's hereditary. At least, that's what I tell myself, whenever I watch my dad pecking away on my grandparent's 1930s Smith-Corona (not a lie), or fumbling with the remote. ...

The Travel Outfit That Will Let You Breeze Through Airport Security

The Travel Outfit That Will Let You Breeze Through Airport Security Oct 30th, 2012 at 1:00PM: After years of fine-tuning, I may have just mastered the art of dressing for airport security. It wasn't easy, mind you. For many years, my travel uniform consisted of jeans, a belt, a white T-shirt and sneakers. But my belt would always set off the alarm, my sneakers were cumbersome to slip off and my jeans made it difficult to get comfortable once I was onboard. Not to mention the stains...

Gadling Gear Review: Scottevest Fleece 7.0 Jacket

Gadling Gear Review: Scottevest Fleece 7.0 Jacket Oct 2nd, 2012 at 9:00AM: Saying that Scottevest is a company that makes jackets is akin to saying Apple is a company that makes cellphones. Both statements are technically correct, but both also fail to tell the whole story. Scottevest puts the emphasis not only on comfort and good looks but also function. Popular amongst travelers and gadget lovers alike, their jackets incorporate numerous internal pockets that keep all...

Gadling Gear Review: Scottevest Transformer Jacket

Gadling Gear Review: Scottevest Transformer Jacket Aug 6th, 2012 at 8:00AM: Safely and securely carrying all of our gadgets while traveling can be a real chore. Many of us now hit the road with a smartphone, digital camera, tablet, headphones and more. While each of those tech toys has made travel more enjoyable, it isn't always easy to keep them well-organized and easy to access. Scottevest is a company that has built an extensive catalog of travel apparel designed to do...

Gadling Gear Review: Icebreaker LS Tech T Lite

Gadling Gear Review: Icebreaker LS Tech T Lite Jun 18th, 2012 at 8:00AM: Travelers who prefer to pack light are always on the lookout for ways that they can shed weight without sacrificing comfort or functionality. Occasionally that happens when they discover new gear that is lighter and more versatile than something that was previously available. Other times it is the result of simply finding something new that allows them to carry less in their bags. That happens to...

Spring Capri Pants For Women From Aventura

Spring Capri Pants For Women From Aventura Apr 23rd, 2012 at 9:00AM: Capri length cargo pants are a must pack for every trip I take in the shoulder seasons – spring and fall. I like lots of pockets. I like having something that's lighter than a pair of jeans but is not a pair of shorts. I like being comfortable and casual without looking like I'm in my jammies. And I like the length, as my travel wardrobe leans towards the modest side for most destinations. ...

Travel Smarter 2012: The best gear for your 2012 travels

Travel Smarter 2012: The best gear for your 2012 travels Mar 19th, 2012 at 9:00AM: Bad gear is dead weight, you might as well toss it right into that bin with the stuff that the TSA says you can't take on the plane. A bag that has cheap zippers, clothing that doesn't dry quickly when you've washed it in the hotel room sink, refillable bottles that don't stay shut and ooze shampoo all over the shirt you packed especially for that client meeting... Packing smart is just, well,...

Gadling gear review: Pick-Pocket Proof Pants from Clothing Arts

Gadling gear review: Pick-Pocket Proof Pants from Clothing Arts Dec 19th, 2011 at 8:00AM: Few things can ruin a trip more quickly than losing your wallet to local thieves who make it a habit of preying on unsuspecting travelers. In the blink of an eye, your cash, ID, passport, credit cars and other valuable items, can be gone, leaving you scrambling to recover. To prevent these types of situations from ever occurring, the designers at a company called Clothing Arts, who happen to be...

Gadling gear review: Mountain Hardwear Jovian Jacket

Gadling gear review: Mountain Hardwear Jovian Jacket Dec 12th, 2011 at 8:00AM: The line between a once in a lifetime adventure, and a miserable trip that can't be over fast enough, is a fine one. There is nothing worse than finally visiting your dream destination, only to have inclement weather ruin the experience. The right gear can make all the difference in those situations however, turning a potential disaster into an amazing outing. Mountain Hardwear is one company that...

Versalette convertible travel garment will revolutionize your packing list

Versalette convertible travel garment will revolutionize your packing list Dec 7th, 2011 at 12:00PM: When you're living out of a suitcase, the less items of clothing you have to pack, the better. That's the thinking behind The Versalette, a convertible garment from {r}evolution apparel that easily goes from a shirt to a skirt to a dress to... well, basically anything you can imagine. For a female traveler with a packing list of basic white tees and khaki cargo pants, it's a dream travel piece....

Gift Guide for Warm Weather Adventurers

Gift Guide for Warm Weather Adventurers Nov 29th, 2011 at 8:00AM: As December approaches and the holiday season draws near, those warm summer days that we enjoyed just a few months back are already a distant memory. But no matter what the calendar says, I guarantee the adventurer on your shopping list is already plotting his or her next warm weather escape. Considering summer really is just a short plane ride away, here are some suggestions for what to buy them...

Comfortable and Stylish on the Airplane? Ladies, It's Possible

Comfortable and Stylish on the Airplane? Ladies, It's Possible Nov 4th, 2011 at 9:00AM: I've been told I can't wear my jammies on the plane. I've done so anyway, though with certain limitations. I wear the penguin flannel pants and a long sleeved t-shirt; I don't go for the full on two piece set with the pink elephants. I change on the plane -- and I change back into my street clothes before we land. I wear jammies on long haul flights only. I bring slippers, too; I toss my shoes up...

Gadling gear review: ExOfficio Sol Cool shirt

Gadling gear review: ExOfficio Sol Cool shirt Sep 26th, 2011 at 8:00AM: ExOfficio is a company that has earned a reputation for designing excellent clothing for travel and outdoor adventure. Their comfortable, stylish, and high quality apparel is just as popular with travelers visiting the Louvre as it is with those exploring the Serengeti. The ExOfficio catalog includes clothing to keep you warm and dry in unexpected rainstorms and cool and comfortable in the warmest...

Packing for a Camping Safari: What's in My Bag?

Packing for a Camping Safari:  What's in My Bag? Aug 23rd, 2011 at 2:00PM: 600 dollars for vaccinations, that's what I spent in preparation for an upcoming trip to Tanzania. A pile. Still, it's better than the alternative: getting a near fatal or certainly trip ruining illness. Now that the sticker shock has eased and I've got full use of my arm again, I've turned to gathering my belongings for an upcoming safari trip. Here's a round up of what's in my bag. A...

Traveling Pants from Ex Officio

Traveling Pants from Ex Officio Jul 12th, 2011 at 10:00AM: I get that folks think they're practical or that they take up less space in the bag, but whenever I see someone wearing those pants with the zip off legs so they convert into shorts, I think, "Really? Are you so tight with space that you can't find room for pants AND shorts?" This is not the fault of Ex Officio, it's just that my not very high bar for fashion rests at the convertible...

Seven Days in a SmartWool Sweater

Seven Days in a SmartWool Sweater Jul 5th, 2011 at 10:00AM: Here's the thing: When I review gear, I actually use the stuff, I don't just scribble a few words about how fluffy it is out of the box, and how the tag says it's good in all kinds of weather or water resistant or... Nope, I trim the tags, throw everything that's wearable into the wash (and sometimes, in complete disregard of the instructions, the dryer). And then, I go out into the world in pants...

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