Wardrobe Essentials for Senior Travel

Apr 15th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

An essential element of travel for seniors is figuring out what you need to take with you for clothing and gear.  Many of us use our regular wardrobe, choosing our favorite items that we think will serve us well in another country.  However, once you choose a destination and plan what you want to see and do, you may want to consider looking at some Internet sites that feature travel clothing and gear, as well as luggage that is especially made for world traveling.

The Wall Street Journal rates TravelSmith as the best overall resource for clothing, gear and advice for senior travel.  At the top of the page under each rubique, check out their Best Sellers.

I will still put in another plug for Magellan’s The World’s Most Trusted Source of Travel Supplies. The online selection is fine but their catalogue is even better. It would be a good idea to pack along a few of their items to turn your good trip into a great and memorable one.

Reids listing of Gear and Gadgets for Travel is a semi-philosophical discourse on just why specialty travel clothes, luggage, gear, and gadgets can make senior travel easier, more comfortable, and less stressful all around—plus, you get just a smidgen of that James Bond feeling, what with all the hidden pockets and such. There’s a lot of stuff out there to consider when you’re packing—or more precisely, two to three weeks before you start packing (you need time to order it, after all).

Hey seniors, if it’s clothing for your safari you are looking for, here is a nice site that can help you better check out the lions and elephants in style. They say that…”While exploring the African landscape and all its wonders you’ll appreciate clothing specifically engineered for it. Adventure loves a good packer.” jeb

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