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Boyfriend Ring

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Colorful accessory crafted from recycled skateboard. $54.00

From Portland designer Lindsay Jo Holmes comes this colorful accessory made from the remnants of old skateboards. Her handmade Boyfriend Ring seizes on the nicely linear design of a skate deck cross-section, with thin layers of maple wood making a vivid centerpiece for the sterling silver base. Perfect for dudes and dudettes alike....read more

Marmol Radziner Bracelet

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LA architects craft jewelry from pre-consumer waste. $200.00

Marmol Radziner, the LA-based architecture firm well known for clean aesthetics and outside-the-box green thinking (check out their prefabs), has decided to apply its creative talents to jewelry design. The Marmol Radziner collection of bracelets and rings makes stylish use of the strips of bronze left over from making architectural models. The Wide Bracelet comes in both men's and women's......read more

Crafted Systems Felt Vessel

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Aurelie Tu's handcrafted felt containers are produced the eco-friendly way. $325.00

Founded by Aurelie Tu, a former design director at Nike, CraftedSystems' line of raw felt housewares are handcrafted by women at the YWCA shelter in Portland, Oregon. Of all the modular designs, we're particularly loving the vessels, which are intricate and interesting without being fussy. Made from natural wool using die-cut and water jet-cut technologies, the vessel would make the perfect,......read more

Recycled Windshield Wine Glasses

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Glass from the past. $22.00

These stemless wine glasses make clever use of salvaged glass from old car windshields. Because of their past life, the glass itself is fairly thick, so if you're into dainty wine glasses that break all the time, they may not be your thing. But you're into intriguing, functional products that have an interesting green back story and last forever, these are right up your alley. Handmade......read more

Twisted by Dylan Gold

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Playful shelving unit made from sustainably-grown bamboo. $2,900.00

Twisted is a fun furniture piece from SF-based designer Dylan Gold that can be used in one or more of several ways — as a console table, a wall mounted display cabinet, or a vertical bookshelf. One twisted box sits is framed by four in-line boxes, creating an interesting and inventive focal point. Made from rapidly renewable bamboo and covered with a non-toxic finish....read more

Killspencer iPad Case

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Made in L.A. $150.00

Need something to hold that fresh new iPad you got for Christmas? Killspencer's iPad case is made from water repellant black filter twill, originally designed and manufactured in 1837 as a military-spec fabric. Also features padded neoprene lining and an water-resistant "aquazip" zipper. Perfect for creative, Mac-nerd types, the case fits an iPad, iPhone, large Moleskine, and a handful of......read more

Eco-Wise Wool Blanket by Pendleton

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Queen-sized comfort, perfect for a couple on the road $178.00

Fellow Oregon brands Nau and Pendleton deliver the perfect road trip blanket in a soft merino/lambswool blend and queen-sized comfort. Woven from Eco-Wise wool, the blanket has been been Cradle to Cradle Certified CM by MBDC, meaning it's as sustainable as wool gets. And the full queen sizing means it's a proper fit for star-gazing snuggles with your travel partner. It's available in seven......read more

Eco-Wise Wool Throw by Pendleton

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The classic Pendleton blanket gets the Cradle-to-Cradle treatment $88.00

For more than 140 years, Pendleton has produced high quality woven goods in their Pacific Northwest mills. The company's Eco-Wise collection makes use of wool fabric has been Cradle to Cradle Certified CM by MBDC. From the collection comes this soft merino/lambswool throw that's just asking to be napped under. From the company sustainability statement: "This fabric can be recycled or composted as......read more

Uma Women's Down Jacket by Ecoalf

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Who knew recycled plastic could be so cozy and stylish? $272.00

Depending on where the road takes you, fall travels can mean chilly temperatures. If you need to be prepared for crisp autumn air, Ecoalf has your outerwear needs covered. The Madrid-based sustainable fashion company makes a collection of down jackets using recycled plastic bottles, and the Uma coat for women is the warmest of the bunch. The Uma is long, descending beneath the rear at the back,......read more

Men's St. Moritz Vest by Ecoalf

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Ultra-light down vest made of polyester recycled from PET bottles $158.00

The puffy vest is essentially the ideal layer for winter, providing just enough warmth to keep you comfortable without overheating. Ecaolf's St. Moritz vest might be our favorite sleeveless coat on the market. Each vest is made using recycled PET polyester from 60 plastic bottles, diverted from the landfill and onto your body. Super soft, with an insulated down filling and handy concealed......read more

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