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Look to Gearo for Quality Gear on Your Next Adventure

By Leah Guill | April 22, 2020

While we are working from home during the COVID stay at home order, we are planning out our family’s “Travel Bucketlist”. As you might assume, there’s a long list of trips outside and in nature. We want to try new things and don’t want to buy the gear unless we really fall in love with…

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Serengeti Eyewear- Mara Frames and Driver’s Lens

By Leah Guill | February 5, 2020

Ring in 2020 with a pair of Mara frames from Serengeti Eyewear. With technology that dates back to 1877, Serengeti Eyewear, more specifically the Photochromic and Spectral Control lens, has risen to be the most advanced eyewear on the market. For the year 2020, Practical Travel Gear is looking forward to the new year with…

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ROC Waterproof 10,000mAh Charger: Ready for Adventure

By Leah Guill | November 29, 2019

Annnnd in this corner of the World, weighing in at just under a pound, is the ROC Waterproof 10,000mAh Charger! Not only is this charger waterproof, it is also solar and wireless. It is the size of a smartphone in a rugged case. Let’s get into the details about the ROC Waterproof 10,000mAh Charger. As…

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McCall’s Shore Lodge- A Girl’s Midweek Getaway

By Leah Guill | November 15, 2019

In celebration of a dear friend’s pregnancy, myself and 5 friends embarked on a midweek getaway to the Shore Lodge and their private spa, The Cove. Nestled just outside of the resort town of McCall, Idaho, Shore Lodge was built in 1948 and boasts newly renovated guest rooms and a restaurant and bar space. The…

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Relax with Winged- CBD Formulated for Women

By Leah Guill | October 25, 2019

Winged- CBD Formulated for Women Founded in 2017 by Jessica Mulligan, Winged CBD was developed and formulated to help other women find their inner peace and and enjoy the day again. With all that life throws at us, it is no wonder why anxiety and depression diagnoses are on the rise. Barnes and Noble, the…

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Feetures Socks Are For You and Me

By Leah Guill | May 10, 2019

A little known fact about our writers at Practical Travel Gear, we love socks. Small ones, tall ones and even short ones. This is why we were very excited to receive samples of the Feetures no-show and their compression socks. Have Socks, Will Travel Feetures has moved into the absolute no show sock realm with…

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My Top Two Picks for Skiing: Nirvana Pro S and Backcountry Matilda Baselayer

By Leah Guill | January 21, 2019

We have just returned from our yearly ski trip to Taos, New Mexico and I was able to bring along some new gear to try out. I have two new favorites that are permanent to my gear bag after the trip, the Nirvana Pro S by Mammut and Backcountry Matilda Baselayer. Nirvana Pro S I…

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KAVU: Function and Irresistible Prints

By Leah Guill | January 17, 2019

Kavu is a brand that will certainly bring a smile to your face. All their gear is well made and durable but it is their design team that makes KAVU the brand it is today. Plush Clutch For a quick $20 you can travel in style with the Plush Clutch. The Plush Clutch is the…

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Sabre Red: Handheld Personal Safety Devices

By Leah Guill | December 6, 2018

The world as we know it is not the world I grew up in. Sabre understands the changes in crime rates and has developed an amazing line of personal safety devices to fit every lifestyle. Made in the U.S.A, The Runner pepper gel spray is lightweight (22grams) and fits into the palm of your hand.…

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Mystery Ranch- The Scree Backpack

By Leah Guill | December 2, 2018

Mystery Ranch Scree By: Britney Smith (Guest Writer)             Mystery Ranch has built a profound equipment line to fit customers on a mission. They have constructed a variety of backpacks for men and women ranging from day trips goers, overnight adventurers, hunters and military and fire personnel. Their promise is to equip customers with backpacks…

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