SkyMall -- a retail catalog available on most U.S. domestic flights -- is famous for its quirky retail offerings, such as this utterly necessary lawn zombie. SkyMall's parent company, Xhibit Corp, filed for bankruptcy this week.
Garden Yeti —
One of the most popular items in the SkyMall catalog has long been the garden yeti -- a rosin statue that comes in three sizes. The life-sized model weighs 147 pounds and costs more than $2,000.
Football Forest Face —
News that the quirky in-flight retailer has filed for bankruptcy has us wondering where we're going to get our Sooner-approved tree faces?
Upright sleeper —
Since its launch in 1990, SkyMall has brought comfort (of a sort) to countless millions of travelers.
Dog rescue —
It's a cold-hearted traveler who fails to be charmed by the PupSTEP Plus Pet Stairs. Also good for small kids.
Pampered pooches —
Products for pampered pets have long been a mainstay of the catalog.
R2D2 robot —
The remote-control R2D2 robot has been a catalog offering for years. A robot lawn mower that sold in the early 2000s didn't have quite the staying power.
Shoppers love replicas —
SkyMall was big on replicas, like this deep sea diver helmet.
No home complete without ... —
You might not know it judging by this art deco peacock floor lamp, but sensible clothing, luggage and household items actually fill the bulk of its pages.
Singing gondolier —
Patio and pool decor -- like this singing gondolier pool toy -- also perform well in the catalog. Just not well enough, sadly.