Travel Gift Ideas from Magellan's

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Give travel wallets, bags, and rain gear to the jet-setter on any holiday list

Magellan's 2007 Holiday Catalog is now available with new travel gift ideas designed for easy holiday giving.

  •     Lightweight, stylish and waterproof the Double-Breasted Trench Coat stows in its own compact pouch for easy packing. Made of densely woven, breathable polyester that looks and feels like gabardine, it's seam-sealed to prevent leaks, and the below-knee length provides superior coverage, even in a downpour.
  •      The highly organized Tour One Travel Wallet is great for every day use as it is for travel. Interior snap tabs give it a slim silhouette, and a myriad of pockets hold credit cards, dual currency, coins, ID, checkbook and pen.
  •      The Secret Neck Pouch is worn under the shirt to provide a secure, easily-accessible stash for currency and travel documents. This money pouch has a zippered pocket for coins and currency, as well as additional compartments. Constructed of cool, durable polyester with a soft, specially treated anti-microbial CoolMax® AgIon lining, it wicks away moisture for extra comfort.
  •      The Velocity Wheeled Laptop Case is compact enough to roll down airplane aisles, stash in the overhead bin, or fit under the seat. The laptop stays protected in the roomy main compartment, and there are plenty of pockets for accessories, including a front drop pocket for quick-access items, a zip-away side pocket for a water bottle, and custom-designed compartments for documents, memory sticks, DVDs/CDs, cords, and other peripherals.

Since 1989, Magellan's has been the world's most trusted source of travel supplies. Their current catalog is available FREE by calling (800) 962-4943, or by visiting Magellan's on-line at Magellans.com. Magellan's is staffed by trained Travel Gear Specialists, ready to answer questions on everything related to travel. All Magellan's products are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

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