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Shirt Shuttle

Shirt Shuttle

Keeping dress shirts looking crisp while traveling is hard. The Shirt Shuttle (£30; roughly $50) makes it easy. This simple travel helper features a curved-edge folding board to ensure that your shirt remains uncreased, and a lightweight, water-resistant case that's specially formed to keep your collar looking great, and includes inner pads to help minimize creases and an integrated hanging hook. Keeping the rest of your wardrobe looking nice is up to you.

  • Bushmills x ACL Whiskey Tote

    Nothing says "Thanks for inviting me" like showing up with two bottles of whiskey — and with the Bushmills x ACL Whiskey Tote ($20), you can do exactly that without looking like a double-fisting bum. Produced in a limited number, each black and white canvas bag features dual interior slots designed to carry 750ml bottles of Bushmills, as well as a healthy inner compartment between them for snacks and the like, a zippered closure, and brass rivets to help reinforce the handles. Oh, and all proceeds benefit The Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.

  • Outlier Minimal Backpack

    When a product describes itself as "minimal", it tends to mean a lack of superfluous buttons, or just a very straightforward design — but in the case of the Outlier Minimal Backpack ($130), it really takes the meaning of the word to heart. The secret to this waterproof, featherweight pack is its nonwoven Dyneema construction, which makes it ten times stronger than steel, yet light enough to float on water, and versatile enough to stuff into a pocket. Try that with your average Jansport. [Scouted by Katherine]

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