Hitting the road in good conscience
Whether it’s a jaunt downtown or a journey abroad, join the travel savvy elite by toting eco-friendly gear.
1. Allbirds Wool Footwear
This B-corporation uses significantly less energy to produce footwear from ZQ-certified merino wool and castor beans.
Men’s, Women’s and Kids shoes available.
Pictured: Women’s walking shoe, $95, Allbirds.com.
2. Vortex LED Dynamo Crank Flashlight
This flashlight runs on a rechargeable battery that’s hand-cranked—saving countless batteries from being tossed into landfill.
3. WeWood Watches
An eco-friendly, fashionable line of watches created from reclaimed and recyled wood and materials.
Pictured: Women’s “Date” watch in army, $130, We-Wood.com.
This company takes vinyl billboards and repurposes the vinyl into a plethora of carrying devices.
Pictured: Weekender Duffle, $64, Rareform.com.
5. Recover Brands
Clothing that’s made entirely out of recycled materials.
Men’s, Women’s, Youth and Accessories available.
Pictured: Women’s V-Neck Recover Sport Tee, $29, RecoverBrands.com.
Incase collections are made of an environmentally-friendly material, called Ecoya—eco-dyed yarn—which conserves the release of CO2 and COD compared to typical textile fabrication methods.
Pictured: EO Roller, $300, Incase.com.
7. WASARA Elegant Disposable Plates
Joanne Hudson carries a stylish line of biodegradable disposable dinner ware by WASARA.
Pictured: Coffee cup, $10 for a set of six, JoanneHudson.com.
8. Sustainable Dinnerware
Hand crafted from fallen palm leaves; no chemicals or binders, and fully compostable.
4.5″ Square Bowls – 8 oz, $15 (25 count), LeafWare.com.
9. The Environmental Toothbrush
This toothbrush is nearly 100% biodegradable with its bamboo handle, nylon bristles, cardboard box (there is a polypropylene inner wrapper).
The Environmental Toothbrush, $7, Amazon.com.