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There’s no denying the fact that Airbnb has completely changed the way we travel. In the age of Airbnb you don’t have to rely on hotels, traditional bed and breakfasts or couch surfing because you can rent out other people’s homes or apartments for a similar cost to the other options. We thought Airbnb was done when they unveiled their more otherworldly options like Game of Thrones rentals and a Night in the Louvre, but, as it turns out, they were just getting started. They just launched Airbnb Luxe, the one-stop shop for luxurious, pristine and expertly designed trips and amenities that will change the way you think about travel. “Today’s luxury traveler is craving more than just high-end accommodations; they seek transformation and experiences that leave them feeling more connected to each other and to their destination,” Brian Chesky, Airbnb’s co-founder, CEO and Head of Community said in a press release. What does that mean in practice? Private chefs. Massage therapists. Custom accommodations like private airport pick-ups, a local team of professionals and temporary basketball courts. When you want to stay in places like the Jaamican villa Fleming wrote the James Bond novels in, or a private island in French Polynesia, there’s no better resource than Airbnb Luxe.

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The new Bolinas Offshore Boots from Seavees  is perfect for braving the elements and lends both function and fashion to your wardrobe.   These vegan, double gore pull-on rubber rainboots are made from matte-finished waterproof natural rubber and they are perfect for your daily commute in the rain and are equally at home on a hike through the woods. Seavees is donating 10% of sales from the Bolinas Boot benefit Un Mar De Colores who work to cultivate & inspire inclusivity, diversity, ocean stewardship and surf therapy for children of color & underserved youth.  Get your Bolina’s here