The mail-order travel product source that I most enthusiastically recommend is Magellan's, with headquarters (and a very nice retail store) in Santa Barbara, California. If you're not already receiving their catalogs, phone them right away to get on their mailing list. Of the items on my packing list that you don't already have, most can be obtained from Magellan's.
Mail-order travel product supplier, with an emphasis on clothing rather than equipment. Their Web site has a "sale annex", with special prices on discontinued products.
Adventure clothing specialist Tilley Endurables makes great travel wear. Their AdventureCloth, when sufficiently broken in, stands up to the rigours of travel better than most anything.
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