Xplorer Maps Home & Travel Accessories

By 9/01/2023 01:28:00 PM

The art and history of mapmaking has found a modern home at Xplorer Maps, hand-drawn story maps and accessories that illustrate destinations worldwide.

Xplorer Maps puzzles, blankets, tote bags and home items

Journey to popular locals like London, Africa, Hawaii, and Cape Cod, connecting people and places. The colorful maps are featured on puzzles, blankets, and tote bags, making perfect gifts for travelers, nature lovers, and national park enthusiasts.

Puzzles ($25)

Art and fun all in one! Xplorer Maps' art 1,000-piece puzzles are made from the highest quality recycled blueboard. Each replicate the unique, hand-illustrated artistic maps exclusively designed for Xplorer Maps.

Every puzzle is packaged in a classy display box and includes a 20" x 15" poster for easy reference. Puzzle Size: 19.8" x 26.4", recommended for ages 8+.

Blankets ($50)

The stuff dreams are made of! Fleece blankets by Xplorer Maps are 50% Berber fleece and 50% microfiber fleece. Featuring your favorite travel destinations to cuddle up with.

Blankets measure 58" x 50" and are machine washable.

Tote Bags

When Xploring requires some toting, consider doing it in style with the Xplorer Maps reusable canvas tote bags - generously sized at 18" wide by 15" tall, they'll pack enough for a day at the beach or a trip to the grocery store.

Reusable, stuffable, and sustainable, the oversized nylon pouch totes are perfect for grocery shopping, farmer's markets, traveling, the beach, or anywhere you want to take things and show off your favorite places at the same time.

It stuffs into a tiny, attached pouch, making it incredibly practical and beautiful. (Collapsed tote is 4 1/2" x 2 1/2"; Fully expanded is18" wide by 25" tall, including the straps).

Everything is 100% original, created by world-renowned Canadian illustrator Chris Robitaille.

The maps are vetted for educational merit, historical and geographic accuracy, and cultural relevance in collaborative partnerships with the National Park Service and Chris’s brother and co-founder, Greg Robitaille.

Available on Xplorer Maps, Amazon, airports, and specialty retailers across the US.

For more information, visit - www.xplorermaps.com

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