Lauren Epstein and Liz Schnabolk, Photography by Kristin Gladney
1. Light up the night with the energy-efficient LED bulb in this sustainable beechwood Torch Flashlight ($48, areaware.com).
2. The Pitchfork hard apple cider is organic and gluten-free ($9 for 4-pack, sonomacider.com for stores).
3. The One Gallon Cold Brew Kit from CoffeeSock features an organic-cotton filter and glass dispenser for iced coffee ($40, rodales.com).
4. Artist Jeff Davis turns vintage 7” 45 rpm records into sets of Recycled Record Bookends ($40 for two, uncommongoods.com).
5. The Men’s Shaving Gift Set contains everything for a nontoxic shave ($52, spinstersistersco.com).
The Martial Watch features a sustainable canvas strap and salvaged-leather prong patch ($100, thehouseofmarley.com).
We love the organic shape of this Reclaimed Teak Cheese Board with Handle from Be Home ($58, shoppingforachange.org).
Durable and warm enough for outdoor winter activities, the two-layer waterproof Urbane Jacket is crafted from recycled polyester and organic cotton ($295, nau.com).
Not your average tie, the 100 percent silk Game Changer is made from vintage Japanese kimonos ($149, coyaba.com.au).
Carved from sustainable walnut wood, Pencil by FiftyThree Digital Stylus makes it easy to create drawings on an iPad or iPhone ($60, amazon.com).
The Custom Family Pillow is printed with water-based inks and can be personalized with your family’s information ($119, uptownartworks.com).
The Maker’s Mark X Woodzee Sunglasses are crafted from recycled wooden barrel staves that were once used to age Maker’s Mark bourbon ($150, woodzee.com).