On-The-Go Gifts

For commuters, jetsetters, sightseers and more, 12 accessories to make traveling easier

For those who spend more time on the road than at home, we've culled some favorite items from our Gift Guide to make their travel experience more comfortable and entertaining. While all of these products sell online, you can check several out in person at our holiday pop up shop in NYC (noted with an asterisk below).

Nikon CoolPix P7000

Capture every moment with this camera that's perfect for the photographer who wants control and quality in a more portable package. The latest CoolPix features a 7.1x Optical Zoom, a three-inch LCD display and a five-way VR image stabilization system. ($434)

Tamasyn Gambell Notebook

Jot down travel memories with London-based, eco-minded illustrator Tamasyn Gambell's recycled notebook. Printed with water-based pigment, the geometrically patterned notebook is bound with reject (though perfectly good) sheets of paper from local Holborn printers, making each one unique. (£10)

Rapha Tailored Jacket

Rapha collaborated with esteemed British tailor Timothy Everest to make a cycling jacket perfect for on the road and at the office. Made of 100% wool that repels water and dirt, it features a zippered key pocket, button holes to secure the bottom hem of the jacket up and out of the way, a storm collar and more to keep you looking pristine even on long hauls. (£400)

Bowery Lane Bicycles*

Designed specifically for the urban cyclist, Bowery Lane Bicycle's elegant Dutch-inspired Broncks bike is made in New York City, with 30% of their factory's energy source coming from renewable solar energy. ($595)

Tom Scott Hairy Slippers in Red*

Tom Scott's Hairy Slippers are made of soft 100% wool and give your feet a comfortably silly place to dwell when at home or on the road. ($207)

Organic Linden Sachets*

Drawing on her South American heritage, Karen Young creates textiles, scents and paper goods combining British architecture, history, and Caribbean/multicultural influences. These environmentally-responsible sachets keep clothes smelling super fresh with their attractive organic scents. ($20)

Sol Moscot Sunglasses

A global lifestyle brand driven by nearly 100 years of eyewear expertise, Sol Moscot's "rounder, nerdier" number has served as the calling card for generations of thoughtful, free-spirited intellectual and artistes—from Buddy Holly and Truman Capote to Johnny Depp. ($225)

Matt Singer Canvas Brief*

This briefcase introduces the sleek design of former Jack Spade designer Matt Singer to the quality construction and materials of the Martin brand. Waxed cotton handles are a Martin family secret passed on for seven generations from father to son. Involved since 1838 in the dyeing and finishing of textiles in the U.S., the Martin family treats the cotton so that the fabric breathes while the waxes impart a unique, comfortable patina. ($215)

iWatchz Q Collection

Both convenient and stylish, the iWatchz band will disguise your iPod Nano as a wrist watch. Simply slide it into whatever color band you like (eight total) and it will snap into place, leaving your hands free for other activities. ($25)

Celebrity Chekhov*

New Yorker editor and McSweeney's contributor, Ben Greenman cleverly reinvented and intertwined the stories of Anton Chekhov with the lives of present-day celebrities and pop icons in his new book. Celebrity Chekhov is filled with endless entertainment and brilliantly rewritten stories, perfect for a long flight. ($10)

Brelli Medium*

Made of renewable bamboo, organic cotton and patented biodegradable bio-film, Brelli is the world's first 100% biodegradable umbrella. Stylish, lightweight, eco-friendly and easy to tote, it features a clear canopy and two settings for high or low wind and rain protection. ($54)

Jonathan Adler Playing Card Set

Like gambling at the Golden Nugget, the retro lacquered box holds two sets of playing cards adorned with a lucky clover motif. ($68)