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  • What's New, What's Hot: April 2013 - 1 of 8

    What's New, What's Hot: April 2013

    What's New What's Hot is Travel Weekly's look at useful and fun travel gadgets, edited by Joe Rosen. Few things are more important to a traveler than comfortable, practical shoes, and Alegria line of footwear more than fills the bill with an expansive selection of products for women and men. Alegria shoes feature a simple slip-on configuration, well-padded foot beds, rocker bottoms and leather uppers. Pictured here, the Aaron model for men.

  • What's New, What's Hot: April 2013 - 2 of 8

    What's New, What's Hot: April 2013

    The two-wheel Ogio Roller 7800 is a heavy-duty carryall that boasts easy access to its large main compartment, as well as a capacious end pocket for stowing extra gear. A reinforced bottom adds stability and heft (the bag weighs seven pounds). Heavy-duty shoulder straps with adjustable closure, convenient end handles for easy transport, a telescoping pull handle and five color themes to choose from complete the picture.

  • What's New, What's Hot: April 2013 - 3 of 8

    What's New, What's Hot: April 2013

    The Stewart/Stand Passport Sleeve is made of a woven fabric of stainless steel and a semi-reflective, abrasion-resistant ballistic nylon, and while that might imply needless heft, the reality is this product is a sleek and stylish, lightweight alternative to a traditional leather model. In addition to its good looks, it offers Radio Frequency ID-blocking protection to keep you safe from identity thieves.

  • What's New, What's Hot: April 2013 - 4 of 8

    What's New, What's Hot: April 2013

    Sporting a soft, top grain leather cover, the Royce RFID Blocking Passport Ticket Holder has pockets for easily retrievable airline documents, business cards and currency. Of course, as its product name proclaims, this wallet, too, features RFID blocking ability. The Royce case, which measures 8.5 by 4.12 by 0.5 inches, comes in black and tan.

  • What's New, What's Hot: April 2013 - 5 of 8

    What's New, What's Hot: April 2013

    Lightweight (only 12 ounces) and remarkably expansive from corner to corner (55 by 102 inches), this all-purpose raincoat, tarp and ground cover would be a godsend on "Survivor." Designed to cover you and your backpack, the Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Tarp-Poncho features taped seams, a three-panel hood, a large brim, side snaps, draw cord and even guy attachment points on the corners to convert it into a shelter.

  • What's New, What's Hot: April 2013 - 6 of 8

    What's New, What's Hot: April 2013

    More modest in intention and price than the prior product, Coghlan's Emergency Survival Poncho is made of a composite layering of polyethylene and a reflecting metalized aluminum to help reduce heat loss in an emergency where hypothermia is a risk. The one-size-fits-all poncho, which measures 1 by 4 by 6 inches in its pouch package and weighs 3.8 ounces, comes with a hood and reinforced seams.

  • What's New, What's Hot: April 2013 - 7 of 8

    What's New, What's Hot: April 2013

    A practical organizer for short trips and long, the STM Velo 2, which can accommodate a small laptop or tablet, offers a front fleece-lined drop pocket, a messenger bag-style flap, two zippered side pockets, a slip pocket for paperwork, a slip-over for securing the Velo 2 to a luggage handle and a padded and adjustable shoulder strap. A side-entry compartment lined with corduroy and high-density foam protects your laptop.

  • What's New, What's Hot: April 2013 - 8 of 8

    What's New, What's Hot: April 2013

    The Hex Cabana Laptop Duffel, which is wax-coated for protection, features a navy blue pinstripe canvas exterior with black custom Hex logo lining as well as leather zipper pulls and leatherette trim. The duffel coddles your laptop in a padded, microfleece compartment. Three exterior pockets provide ample storage room for necessities. A removable shoulder strap is bar-tacked at the seams for durability.

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