These colorful lace-up womens sneakers from SUNO hit on all of our favorite notes. With recycled rubber soles and vintage textile uppers, they have the sustainable design side covered. They also generate employment for textile workers in Kenya, so there's a good social development angle too. And at $65, the price is nice for summer kicks. Finally, 15 percent of the proceeds from your purchase goes to David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, a Kenyan preservation devoted to the protection of endangered elephants and rhinos. To recap: cute affordable footwear, recycled materials, sustainable jobs, and wildlife preservation. What's not to love?