If you've ever travelled with a suit before, you already know keeping it crisp and wrinkle free is nearly impossible. The C38 Suitcase from Vocier has the solution, though, with the space to not only fit all the clothes, shoes, shirts, and pants you need for a long trip, but also keep them wrinkle free. A removable interior allows for more space if you're not packing a suit, and there are easy to access compartments for everything from your dopp kit to your laptop. And everything is well protected thanks to impact resistant fiber-reinforced BASF plastic.
You've got a great coat, gloves, boots, and maybe even a hat to ward off Winter's chill. But each time you step out into the freezing temperatures, your face and neck remain exposed. The Outlier Hood provides excellent protection from the neck up, with an inner layer of merino knit to keep things soft, a mid layer of Primaloft Infinity insulation to keep things warm, and an outer layer of cotton from Switzerland to repel the wind and remain breathable. A cozy headpiece that keeps Winter at bay, but won't make you look like a sweaty mess after it's removed.
Modern medicine is capable of wonderful things. Even moreso if you think back to how bad things were as little as a century ago. What the Apothecary Ordered: Questionable Cures Through the Ages catalogs all sorts of well-meaning misfires from across history, from gargling sugared snail juice for a sore throat to cocaine for teething pains, it's the sort of groan-inducing advice that makes you wonder how any of us survived at all.