By Jen Lyons
Show the earth some love as you explore it with these eco-friendly finds.Sea Bags’ Orange Ogunquit Beach tote features a hidden back pocket for wet swimwear and is printed on recycled sailcloth sourced from Portland, Maine’s working waterfront. $225, seabags.com.Allbirds crafts its lightweight and comfortable Men’s Tree Runners with sustainable (and breathable) eucalyptus tree fiber, using recycled plastic water bottles for laces. $95, allbirds.com.
Cotopaxi’s unisex Teca half-zip windbreaker utilizes repurposed polyester taffeta in an ever-changing rainbow of colors. When remnant fabric for one design is finished off, the company creates a new one with a different color combination. In multiple colors and sizes. $80, cotopaxi.com. Powered by the sun and built with sustainable bamboo, Reveal’s solar Bluetooth speaker doubles as a portable smartphone charger. The company plants a tree for every product sold. $79, revealshop.com.
Solo Eyewear sources sunglass cases and cords from female artisans, donates ten percent of every sale to restoring eyesight in developing countries, and uses eco-friendly materials – such as repurposed bamboo for the temples of its stylish Dominican sunglasses. $89, soloeyewear.com.
Every pair of Rothy’s, including these Moroccan Amber loafers, inspired by ancient ikat dyeing, is born from recycled plastic water bottles. The company has repurposed more than 31 million bottles to date. $165, rothys.com.
Looptworks’ 100 percent upcycled Travel Hoptu 13-inch sleeve relies on excess neoprene from the wetsuit industry to keep your tablet protected while traveling. In three colors. $30, looptworks.com.
Pela’s iPhone cases are completely compostable, so you won’t be adding more plastic to the landfill when it’s time for a new one. We love the new limited-edition Honey Bee version. $44, pelacase.com.
The Mi Terro duffle suitcase is designed with durable, lightweight, and low-environmental-impact cork, plus handles and straps made from recycled plastic bottles. In four colors. $275, miterro.com.