In the first of four gift guide instalments for this upcoming Christmas season, I bring you a few ideas for each day of outdoorsy lady out there, whether you’re looking for a stocking stuffer or Secret Santa idea, or wanting to go big and expensive. Take a look below, and why not offer your suggestions below for other readers to gain inspiration as well?
BUDGET: Forget about draping your wet clothing over window frames or ancient televisions; with the handy hooks and suction cups of the DesignGo travel clothes line can be used wherever your traveller may venture. http://www.independent.co.uk/extras/indybest/outdoor-activity/the-50-best-camping-gear-1997914.html?action=gallery&ino=3 price: £4.99.
SOMETHING NICE: Packing for any and every occasion when you have limited bag space can be stressful on its own, but the twelve-way multifunctional dress can transform into several skirt and dress combos that can take you from relaxing after a day’s hike to . The dress is at its best when visiting warmer destinations, but layering it with tights, cardigans, coats or scarves will also work well too. http://twelveways.com/collections/all price: $65 – 85.
FLASHING THE CASH: For trips to destinations where drinking water is difficult to come by, this handy gift will help your adventurous traveller save money and stay hydrated. The SteriPen Freedom is the first rechargeable UV water purifier, which can kill 99.9% of bacteria, viruses and protozoa in less than a minute. Plus, it is lightweight and makes the water taste better than normal water purification tablets. http://www.cotswoldoutdoor.com/steripen-freedom-purifier-b5110035?id_colour=180 price: £118.00