Whether it’s shirts, pajamas, slippers or stuffed animals (bear fans, meanwhile, while find a few PJs and trinkets as well). You can also choose among gifts such as quirky magnets, notepads and water bottles that make great portable gifts.
Named after the insect that, some joke, could be Alaska’s state bird, the bookstore also makes a great stop for travelers who’ve just landed in Alaska. You can pick up guidebooks, regional maps, hiking trail maps, or even a nice journal to log your travels or wildlife sightings.
The store works with local artists and sells authentic Alaskan art, but you can take a smaller taste of Alaska with you. As a nice alternative to the usual airport candy, pick up a made-in-Alaska chocolate bar for your on-the-go snack.
Reasonably priced gifts for friends, family and office mates, or a just a delicious snack for the plane ride home. Almost three quarters of the shop consists of foods and accessories that were made, caught or picked in Alaska — from smoked salmon, reindeer sausage and jerky to jams, syrups or Ketchikan-made Ravens Brew Coffee.
There’s lots of technologically superior clothing — layering systems designed for Alaska’s tough conditions. You’ll find base layers; fleece coats; and waterproof, windproof, breathable shells in well-known brands like Condor Outdoor Gear and 5.11Tactical.
InMotion Entertainment is the largest airport-based electronics and entertainment retailer in the nation, offering tablets, netbooks, digital cameras, pocket camcorders, DVD players, noise-canceling headphones and accessories.