You don’t have to spend a lot to get a big, happy reaction from your gift recipient. We’ve done the research and found the best gifts under $100 that any traveler would be thrilled to receive. From stocking stuffers to main gifts, consider this the only shopping guide you’ll need this year.
This story is sponsored by lululemon.
Chevron Knit Mitten
Mittens are amazing for keeping your fingers warm, but not so great if you actually need to use your fingers to do anything. lululemon’s Chevron Knit Mittens solve this problem by taking an ultra-warm mitten that’s lined with textured fleece fabric and adding a fold-over hood—so you can easily take out your fingers (without taking off the whole mitten) to use your phone or change your music.
Fast and Free Run Belt
Phones, gels, keys, cards—all essentials for long runs, but a total pain to carry. Unless you have lululemon’s Fast and Free Run Belt, a sleek and lightweight belt that holds all your essentials without bouncing or weighing you down. Made from the trademarked Ultralu fabric, the belt is soft, smooth, and sweat-wicking to keep you dry and chafe-free.
Saje Collab The Reset Kit
The best gift you can give this year is the gift of calm. Deliver the feeling in material form with Saje Collab’s The Reset Kit. The three-piece kit includes a stress-relieving essential oil roll-on, a pocket-sized diffuser, and a revitalizing diffuser oil blend.
Now and Always Pouch Puffy
lululemon’s Now and Always Pouch Puffy is perfect for travelers. This stylish bag has tons of pockets and a hidden phone slot in the middle to keep everything secure and organized. The removable strap means the pouch can be worn as a wristlet, clipped on a keychain, or used as a wallet. Plus, the durable fabric is water-repellent and easy to clean.
Chevron Knit Pom Beanie
Cute and functional is everything we look for in a gift, and lululemon’s Chevron Knit Pom Beanie has both. Available in a wide variety of colors to compliment any look, the beanie is topped with an adorable pom accent. Inside, the hat is lined with a textured fleece fabric that is super soft and warm.
Back to Life Sports Bottle
Stay hydrated wherever you go with lululemon’s Back To Life Sport Bottle. The perfectly-sized bottle holds 24 ounces and will keep it ice cold thanks to the vacuum insulation and double-wall design. Fill it with water, iced coffee, or any liquid you choose—the no-flavor transfer means it will taste fresh every time.
The Reversible Mat 5mm
Give the gift of extra cushioning to your hips and knees with lululemon’s The Reversible Mat 5mm. Use moisture-wicking top side for sweaty practices, or flip it over and use the natural rubber base for extra cushioning and textured grip for more low-key days. No matter which side you use, you’ll benefit from the antimicrobial additive that helps prevent mold and mildew from forming.
Warm Revelation Beanie
Nothing ruins a winter run faster than being freezing—except for being overdressed and sweaty and clammy. lululemon’s Warm Revelation Beanie helps you strike the perfect temperature balance. Made from naturally thermo regulating merino wool, this hat is moisture-wicking, cozy, and the ideal level of warm.
Daily Stride Mid Crew Sock
As a kid, socks are the least exciting gift to receive ever, but that definitely changes when you’re an adult and getting a good pair of socks becomes a true treat. Any athlete knows that having a quality pair of socks makes a surprisingly big impact on your workout and will be thrilled to receive lululemon’s Daily Stride Mid Crew Sock in their stocking. The integrated cushioning, a seamless construction, and perfectly-placed cuffs mean these socks will stay up and keep you comfortable throughout even the toughest workout.
Run For It All Gloves
Keep your mind on your run (and not on your freezing fingers) with lululemon’s Run For It All Gloves. A water-repellent fleece fabric keeps hands warm and dry, and tech-friendly details on the fingers allow you to still use touchscreens without taking the gloves off. The gloves even feature reflective details to help keep you safe and visible in the dark.
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