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Checking out the Latest Offerings at the 2017 International Travel Goods Show

Updated on June 23, 2017

During the 2017 International Travel Goods Show, industry leaders and retailers connected with cutting edge manufacturers to review the latest travel related products. This annual trade show held this year from April 5 to 7, 2017 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada is the world’s biggest travel goods showcase, with more than 300 exhibitors promoting over 500 brands.

Following are some of the new items on display for that are now available for the public to purchase

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Lewis N. Clark's WaterSeals Collection

Lewis N. Clark's WaterSeals collection now includes some new hard cases and pouches designed to protect items like electronics, money, credit cards, and keys free from water and debris. The hard cases made of shatterproof polycarbonate can be submerged in water up to 3 feet and work well for boating and camping. As the magnetic pouches are dust-proof to a hermetic level and waterproof to 100+ feet, they work very well for scuba diving and other underwater activities. The clear TPU material on their zip pouches allows one to use their smartphones and other electronic devices without interference. Also, the zip pouches can be submersed for up to 9 feet so they work well for activities like snowboarding, kayaking and surfing.

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Hedgren - The Vogue Backpack

The Vogue Backpack from Hedgren is a nylon backpack that works well for those travelers who want a daypack that can go from a day hike in the countryside to a stylish stroll on the city streets. The adjustable shoulder straps allow the pack to be adjusted to fit a range of body sizes. A hidden side pocket keeps important papers accessible but out of read of pickpockets. Other features include an outside zip pocket and interiors compartments that allow travelers to access their keys, phones, wallet and other items with ease.

Haiku

Haiku's Impulse bag

This bag works very well for those who only need to pack along one's essentials for a day trip. The bag's main compartment can be secured with a toggle-locking zipper and has an RFID-blocking card pocket to protect one's credit cards. Also, this bag can withstand the rigors of the road as it's made with CyclePET, a durable polyester fabric made from post-consumer beverage bottles. no as the Linnie and main material are water-resistant, this purse will withstand the occasional spills and inclement weather.

HydraPak

products are designed for those seeking keeping their packing to a minimum while also keeping hydrated. Their1 liter Stash is large enough to handle all-day hydration and is 50% lighter than a hard bottle. Also, their SpeedCup are lightweight, easy to hold, resusable and collapsible cups that can be tucked away easily when not in use

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Ellen Tracy wallet and luggage

From Ellen Terry comes this stylish collection of luggage tags that will jazz up any piece of luggage. Also, their compact Aluminum wallet is RFID safe and works well for those looking for a secure place to store change and credit cards.


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Big Skinny Wallets

These line of men's and women's wallets are made with a proprietary nylon microfiber material that are three to five times lighter than regular leather wallets. Choose from phone case wallets, zippered clutches, trifolds, bifolds, money clips, and ID cases. Most of their wallets have credit card storage pockets that can hold from 3 to 5 cards per pocket. Some wallets also have RFID blocking properties.

Glacier Stainless Microlite 500

From GSI Outdoors comes an incredibly lightweight vacuum bottle. This bottle keeps beverages hot for 8 hours or cold for 16 hours. At only 7.9 ounces, this stainless steel bottle is perfect for those looking to travel light without getting weighed down.

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Lapnap

The Lapnap is a travel pillow with a lightweight body support system that can enable one to sleep while leaning forward. This system can be easily adjusted to it can fit a range of heights. Those who want to recline can use the plush fabric pillow separately.



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TravelSox

These feminine looking travel socks add a graphic design to their Patented Technical Construction. The end result is a graduated compression sock that stimulates blood flow and reduces swelling while looking far more fashionable than most ravel socks. Also, these socks feel more comfortable and can be removed more easily than most travel socks.

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Innate travel gear

This line of clean designed outdoor gear features a range of items designed for food, drink and travel. For example, their Innate Mentor Storage Sac comes in a range of sizes and is deigned to keep travel and outdoor gear compactly stored and away fro the elements. A one-way compression valve removes any excess air with ease while a rolltop with a side release buckle offers waterproof closure. Also, their Sea to Sky Umbrella Combo umbrella can handle a range of functions. The umbrella's large, double vented canopy that provides superior wind resistance when battling a thunderstorm. A modular telescoping pole with a pointed tip that's stored in a convenient shopping bag, enables one to plant this umbrella at the beach

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