If you haven’t tried Bombas socks, the time is now. With colors that span the rainbow and options for every foot, they’re a holiday must that all ages will appreciate. But why socks (because your dryer is hungry!)? Well, Bombas learned that socks are the most requested clothing item in homeless shelters, so for every item purchased, one item is donated.
Check out Warby Parker’s Welty glasses. These beautifully-crafted, unisex specs can be ordered with blue-light filtering lenses, and do not require a prescription. For every pair sold, they give a free pair to a school-aged child in need. It’s also important to note Warby’s hassle-free return policy. That’s fashion made easy, folks.
Conscious, cotton clothing meets comfort with this ethical company’s organic designs from Ireland. For every garment of Grown-Clothing sold, one tree is planted. If that’s not enough to draw you in, then this unisex-ish sweatshirt, NÒBO, certainly is. It evokes “wear me while drinking tea and cuddling up on the couch with a good book” vibes – and we dig it.
Cotopaxi is passionate about developing Gear for Good and allocates 1% of annual revenues to their Foundation. This year, we recommend the Ara Joggers which are the perfect on-the-go essential and available for men and women alike. They are produced at one of the most well-respected activewear manufacturers in Cambodia, which is revered for its sustainability and energy efficiency.