5 Things You Need to Buy For Holiday Travels

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Keep warm on chilly plane rides with Flora and Henri’s Extreme Cashmere wrap in Witch Grey. We love it in this neutral hue — it pairs perfectly with jeans and can even be dressed up for holiday cocktail parties or dinners out with the family. Available at Live and Love by Flora and Henri (2229 Larkspur Landing Circle, Larkspur) and www.florahenri.com, $350

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Need new luggage? Look no further than Away’s The Bigger Carry-On. It fits into overhead bins and comes with an inner compression system, hidden laundry bag and TSA-approved ejectable USB charger (it can fully charge your phone up to four times) — luxuries you never knew you needed until now. Available at Away (371 Hayes Street, San Francisco) and www.awaytravel.com, $245

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Keep your feet cozy with Bombas’ Everyday Compression Socks for men (ladies, you are going to want to steal them). The socks offer 15 to 20 mmHg of compression and are great for increasing circulation during long-haul flights. They are also ideal for your next run. Available at Dick’s Sporting Goods (64 Serramonte Center, Daly City) and www.bombas.com, $24

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If you are traveling across time zones you’ll need Coyuchi’s Organic Olema Quilted Eye Mask (it’s a welcome nighttime addition at home, too). The luxurious quilted cotton mask — inspired by Olema Creek just outside Point Reyes Station — is also fair trade–certified. Available at Coyuchi (11101 Highway 1, Ste. 201, Point Reyes Station) and www.coyuchi.com, $18

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This Mantis 1 Waistpack by Arc’teryx provides easy access to all your important items while you are in the airport and doubles as an on-the-go bag when you reach your destination. Wear it around your waist, over your shoulder or cross-body style. Available at Arc’teryx (1708 Redwood Highway, Corte Madera) or www.arcteryx.com, $30