Dagsmejan Stay Warm Sleepwear: Who would have thought there would be pajamas designed with the traveler in mind, but such is the case with this unique product touted as making it more likely "you'll get some much-needed Zzzs whether you're in the car, bus or train or even in an unfamiliar hotel room." According to Dagsmejan, a European sleepwear brand, the Stay Warm line of merino wool blend PJs are four times more breathable and two times softer than cotton and will keep you as warm as blankets 50% heavier. The long-sleeved women's sleepwear, for example, comes with a cowl neck for extra warmth, a raglan sleeve to enhance range of motion, and flat seams to reduce friction. Available in a range of sizes and colors. $99.90; https://dagsmejan.com
Kosy Sheep Slipper Socks: These handmade wool slippers, designed and knitted in Iceland, are gender neutral and fold flat to be traveler friendly. The Kosy Sheep slip-ons, which are breathable, odor resistant and temperature regulating, are made with locally sourced, biodegradable Icelandic wool that is processed to minimize waste and protect the environment. Features include bootie height, flexibility, a reinforced sole and a double-knit, felted construction. Available in a limited range of colors, from small to XXL. $75 to $120; https://kosysheep.com
Heat Holders Socks: These winter socks are seven times warmer than ordinary cotton socks and nearly three times warmer than average thermal socks, so claims Heat Holders, a company that specializes in thermal attire. For example, the men's Original Joshua Socks line (which also are sized for women) are made from a heavy bulk yarn and boast long pile cushioning and the ability to trap warm air close to the skin for extended warmth and comfort. Non-binding, the Heat Holder socks are diabetic friendly and help to provide relief for those who suffer from cold feet due to circulation problems. The socks come in crew and long lengths, a range of colors and in three warmth levels. $15.99; https://www.heatholders.com
Gregory Supply Duffel 60: It could be argued that if you can't fit all your gear and garments in this duffel that you'd better rethink your travel requirements. Capacious enough to stow fishing equipment, tennis rackets or other sports paraphernalia in summer and ski stuff and the like in winter, the Supply Duffel 60 (for 60 liters/3,661 inches in volume) combines a Kevlar-reinforced bottom with a high-density nylon body and liner for the protection and security of your stuff. The duffel, which measures 12 by 23 by 11 inches and weighs 1.4 pounds, has carry straps with stabilizer bars for heavy loads; a large zipper pull and lockable zipper; a removable, adjustable shoulder strap for crossbody and over-the-shoulder carry; and two external pockets. Available in black or red. $89.95; www.gregorypacks.com
SKG F5 Massage Gun: Three-speed massage strengths, three heat levels (40-, 48-,53-degree centigrade), and three interchangeable massage heads of varying hardness and application help make this easily portable device a boon to travelers who experience muscle aches and pains after hours on the road or in the air. Small and light (it weighs just over half a pound), the F5 can readily be managed with one hand thanks to controls embedded in the gun's handle. A rechargeable battery enables between 6 to11 hours of continuous use. $129; https://www.skg.com
Correction: A previous version of this article had Kosy Sheep and it's website address misspelled.