Holiday Gift Guide: Really Natural's Top Picks for 2007
You asked for it, you've got it. Here are Really Natural's top green gifts for all the folks on your list. More coming soon...
iPod Nano. Green because of the packaging you'll save by downloading music instead of purchasing CDs. Because it's recyclable. And because, well, it's actually green. Don't forget to pick up a solar iPod charger to go with it! Oh, and a gift certificate to the iTunes music store. Voila - you're done!
Pacific Shaving Oil. Big things come in small packages.
Hemp Chuck Taylors. Limited edition Chucks, made with hemp. Now those are what we call hi(gh) tops. (Via Treehugger.) We also like the look of the waterproof and oh-so-eco-friendly new Timberland Earthkeepers boots.
Stainless steel water bottle. BPA-free to replace those old Nalgene bottles.
An LED flashlight. Everybody needs one -- for emergencies, camping, your car. Shake for 60 seconds and get 30 minutes of light.
Maine Warmers heating or cooling animals. Like a hot water bottle you can snuggle. All natural, filled with corn. Microwave for three minutes and your toes (or back, or bed) will be nice and snuggly warm for hours.
Hotter Than I Should Be T-Shirt from World Wildlife Federation. Proceeds support efforts to reduce global warming.
Hetty Rose Handmade Vintage Kimono Shoes. Made from vintage kimonos. Sooo awesome.
Solar Charger. Not just for guys. This solar charge comes in hot pink. Better still, you can use it to charge your cell phone, your GPS, your iPod, or your digital camera.
Alice Water's new book, The Art of Simple Food. A beautiful book, providing real insight into how the Chez Panisse chef thinks about food.
Recycled Juice Container Bag. There are lots of these bags on the market. We like this one from Globally Cute.
For Babies and Kids
Erba Organics Baby Products. We like their shampoo and body oil.
A Handknit Hat - Make it yourself using the patterns in Itty-Bitty Hats.
Under the Nile Teething Carrot. Eat your veggies. Organic cotton. Yum.
Kikkerland Piggy LED Rechargeable Flashlight. Squeeze the pig to charge this LED flashlight. Saving energy was never so cute. Oink, oink.
Save a tree and send an earth-friendly message by "wrapping" your presents in a reusable shopping bag, like these ones from Baggu.
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Posted by Jess Brooks at November 17, 2007 7:20 PM