Things to Do Travel gift guide: From the inspirational to the practical By Meredith Deliso firstname.lastname@example.org December 7, 2017 12:38 PM Print Share Share Tweet Share Email Whether you’re looking for gifts for avid travelers, or those who aspire to be, these items will aid them in their journeys, from sparking the travel itch to helping them when they scratch it. Forestbound canvas utility bag Photo Credit: Keds This canvas tool bag can come in handy on road trips, but when it’s not in use, you can keep it in view and get inspired to heed the call. $99; keds.com Jet Set Candy luggage tag charm Photo Credit: Jet Set Candy Whether it’s her favorite destination — or on the bucket list — this gold vermeil charm, available in a variety of cities, will always keep it close to heart. $98 (chain extra); jetsetcandy.com Uncommon Goods scratch map deluxe Photo Credit: Uncommon Goods Jet-setters can keep a visual record of their travels — and temptingly see where they still need to go — with this black-and-gold map, which reveals pops of color when places are scratched off. $32-$48; uncommongoods.com Atlas Obscura day calendar Photo Credit: Workman Publishing Each day brings a new, unique travel idea with this desk calendar, which highlights unusual destinations (2018 kicks off with Scotland’s Fingal’s Cave). $14.99; workman.com Pearl compact mirror and charger Photo Credit: MoMA Design Store Space is at a premium when traveling. Let your compact do double duty as a charger for any USB-powered device. $30; store.moma.org CALPAK power luggage tag Photo Credit: CALPAK In addition to keeping your carry-on luggage all yours, this handy tag doubles as a phone charger. $32; calpaktravel.com Moleskine ID backpack Photo Credit: Moleskin Ideal for the traveler with some tech onboard, this sleek travel bag is good for any weather and has padded inner compartments to keep devices protected. $135.20 (on sale); us.moleskine.com Herschel trade luggage carry-on Photo Credit: Herschel This hard-shell roller luggage is small enough to fit the ever-decreasing definition of carry-on sizes, but still big enough to fit the essentials. $149.99; herschel.com By Meredith Deliso email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.