Airportag: The Coolest Travel Shirts on the Web
The following branded content post is brought to you by Airportag. As a new brand ambassador for this company, I’m excited to introduce these new products to you! I’m sure you’ll fall in love with them as much as I have. Also, some of these links are affiliates, which, if you purchase, will earn me a small commission at no extra cost to you.
I’ve got two new travel t-shirts that I have been rocking around Thailand over the last few weeks and everywhere I go, people are asking me where I got them!
Ladies and dudes, let me introduce you to Airportag — a new company featuring cute shirts, home decor, and accessories for travel lovers.
Airportag has sleek designs based on airport codes around the world, allowing you to rock your hometown or favorite destination, along with some pieces carrying travel slogans.
In fact, I loved these products so much that I decided to become an full-on brand ambassador for Airportag. Here is what I’m starting with, complete with lovely photos taken by my dear friend Brenna in Koh Lanta, Thailand.
The First: Jet Lag Made Me Do It Shirt
I’ve done a lot of crazy things because of jet lag. Like the time when I was beyond jet lagged in San Francisco and marathoning House of Cards every day at 4:00 AM and would get sleepy in the afternoons and be convinced Stamper was sitting next to me in the bar.
Yeah. That honestly happened.
I thought the shirt was so cute when I saw it on the site, and I’ve gotten a million compliments on it since. This is something that the traveler in your life will love!
Here’s a close-up version, taken at one of the wonderful liquor store/bar hybrids on Nimmanhaeman Road in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
The Second: Helsinki Airport Shirt
For my second shirt, I wanted to rock a destination that I love — but something that was offbeat.
I scrolled through the shirts and then it hit me — Helsinki! I love Helsinki and I especially adore Finland. Plus, with so many Finns traveling the world, it’s a conversation piece.
Plus, I love the irony of posing with it in a place that definitely isn’t Helsinki.
Here it is if there were a brown-eyed and sexified 2.0 version of me.
And here’s a similar Heathrow shirt on a hot dude! (Note: Kate, you can go ahead and stop chasing British guys now.)
I also might get the Boston shirt at some point. It’s much more original than a typical sports shirt that most Bostonians wear.
Airportag also has a lot of cool gifts and home decor stuff if you don’t want to give clothing as a gift.
I LOVE these posters — they sit right between the vintage and modern aesthetic, a look that I really like. Posters start at $34.90.
I really like these magnets, too! Single magnets are good cheap gifts or stocking stuffers. You can get them for $4.90 each.
Pillows? Not my thing so much, but I know a lot of people who would love them. Grab one for each of your favorite cities! Pillow covers start at $24.95.
Mugs, though? DEFINITELY my thing. These ones are cool. Mugs cost $24.90.
If you’re looking for a cool and unique gift for a traveler in your life, do check out what Airportag has to offer. I think you’d really like their stuff.