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Pretty much any online photo shop worth their ink can print your travel photos on photo paper—as well as coasters, coffee mugs, t-shirts, tote bags, and throw pillows. But Inkdot steps apart from the masses by offering prints on wood and metal. Go for the former; the natural textures of the Baltic birch will add an organic texture to your favorite travel photos. Sizes start at six-inch squares, all the way up to 24x36.
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The idea of a money belt—the kind I took with me on my first trip to Europe—seemed like a good idea. In practice, it sucked. It was hot. It itched underneath my cotton T-shirt. And it absorbed so much sweat that my cash and passport were downright sodden. It lasted … about two days before I gave up and buried my cash and documents in the bottom of my backpack. If only the Deerfield belt was available back then. The 20-inch zippered pocket inside the brown (or black) leather belt isn't large enough to stash your passport, but you can easily cache a few emergency bills and a copy of that passport without anyone being the wiser. And the nickel buckle, feathered edges, and contrast stitching affords a bit of style that the sweat-soaked white money belts of old could never trump.
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The modern/classic A-line silhouette of the Stylus makes this dress ideal for just about anything, from the boardroom to weekend jaunts. Its blend—cotton, Tencel, and a touch of Spandex—elevates it. It has just the right measure of stretch, and threads the needle between durability and comfort. The hem hits just above the knee, so it's conservative without becoming Puritanical, with an overlapping wrap front and a V-neck.
Nau Stylus Dress
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The book's subtitle—The SEAL Operative's Guide to Eluding Pursuers, Evading Capture, and Surviving Any Dangerous Situation—makes it perfect for the know-it-alls on you list—because they're certain to learn something new. It includes advice on surviving explosions, leveraging common tools to evade—or combat—attackers, and why soap is an essential ingredient for a Molotov cocktail. In other words, tips on surviving situations that no one ever wants to encounter…but should know how to handle.
100 Deadly Skills
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Each iteration of the iPhone has boosted the device's camera specs, but the 4-in-1 lens kit will always qualify as a high-end upgrade. The svelte device comes with a fisheye lens, along with two macros (10x and 15x), and a wide-angle lens, but weighs in at less than an ounce. Swapping is as simple as screwing on the desired lens, and then sliding the Olloclip over the phone's camera. They also come in a variety of fun colors. Available for all iDevices as well as the Samsung Galaxy S.