2021 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide: Transitioning Servicemembers

2021 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide: Transitioning Servicemembers
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Editor’s Note: This article by Kristin Davis appeared as part of the 2021 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide in the November 2021 issue of Military Officer, a magazine available to all MOAA Premium and Life members. Learn more about the magazine here; learn more about joining MOAA here.


With these gifts, transitioning servicemembers will never miss a beat. Learn more about the products pictured above (clockwise, from left):


UMAY Portable Treadmill

Stay in shape no matter where you are. Lightweight and easy to store (fits under a couch or desk). It’s also noise-free, so you won’t bother your new co-workers. Six speeds, shock-absorbent, and remote-control operated.


Cost: $399


Where to buy: Amazon.com


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Pro Earphones

These totally wireless, high-performance earphones have adjustable, secure-fit ear hooks that are lightweight and comfortable. Up to nine hours of listening time (24 with charging case). Sweat- and water-resistant for high-intensity workouts. Available in six colors.


Cost: $249.95


Where to buy: As of Dec. 1 they were unavailable on Apple.com but could be found on Best Buy's website


Neoprene Crossbody Bag

Fanny packs are back. This bag by Dagne Dover is sporty and light and includes an adjustable shoulder strap, detachable key leash, exterior pockets, and a card slot. The lining is made from seven recycled water bottles.


Cost: $100


Where to buy: dagnedover.com


Randolph Military Aviator Sunglasses

Classic and timeless, these sunglasses are made in the U.S. and built to military standards with hand-soldered joints and twice-baked frame surfaces to ensure durability. Each pair comes with an embossed case. Personal engraving available.


Cost: $309


Where to buy: Randolphusa.com


Return to the 2021 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide.


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