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Million Trees Backpack by Matt Singer

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Impeccably-styled Rivendell pack benefits NYC tree-planting project $225.00

Designer Matt Singer linked up with Monroe, Washington's Rivendell Mountain Works to craft this limited-edition backpack, with partial proceeds benefiting the Million Trees NYC initiative. The ambitious tree-planting project aims to raise one million new trees across New York City’s five boroughs over the next decade. "Living in New York City makes you acutely......read more

One Less Drop

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Power cord anchor delivers an elegant fix to a First World problem $25.00

Here is a simple and elegant fix to a (First World) problem that annoys us every single day: Dropped power cords. One Less Drop, designed by Dan Heckler and brought to market with the help of Kickstarter, solves the dilemma and looks good doing it. The solid block is made of recycled aluminum ("from discarded wheels, engine blocks and the like") which is hand-finished and anodized for long-term......read more

Solar Cooker

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From One Earth Design $399.00

SolSource is a high-performance parabolic solar cooker that harnesses the energy of the sun for outdoor cooking with zero fuel and zero emissions. It is an innovative way to BBQ, grill, steam, bake, boil or fry with only solar energy, and a perfect fit for your garden, balcony, backyard or rooftop. Inspired by the problem of indoor pollution from household stoves faced by rural families in......read more

Ryan Frank Cork Sleeves

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Is cork the new bamboo? $14.00

Ryan Frank is a South African born furniture designer living and working in East London. His collection makes frequent use of sustainable materials - like cork. Why do we love cork? It's a completely natural and renewable product, harvested without damaging or chopping down trees. It comes from the bark of the cork oak, and is harvested only once every nine or ten years....read more

Matt & Nat Laptop Bag

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A vegan carrying case for all your Apple goods. $210.00

Matt & Nat's black vegan leather laptop case makes a great gift for the eco-minded Apple fanatic. Featuring a 100% recycled grey faux suede lining and durable protective padding, the two separate laptop compartments each fit a 15" Macbook, kept safe with a double zipper closure. The exterior pocket is designed to house an iPad, and the remaining pockets offer homes for iPod,......read more

Haul Rigger Backpack

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Rugged, raw and recycled. $165.00

There's nothing fancy about this indestructible day bag from Haul's range of recycled products. Handmade from recycled truck tire tube, seat belt webbing, and discarded denim, the Rigger Backpack is perfectly sized to fit a 13" laptop and a notebook. It's basic, and built for the long haul - the Rigger pack is sewn on old saddle makers machines, using heavy duty......read more

Peak Laptop Case by Aecraft

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Elegant wool felt and veggie-tanned leather case $180.00

This classy case not only protects your cherished companion but serves as a stand. Allowing for increased airflow for your Macbook to breathe and preventing overheating, the Peak Case can rest on your lap or a table. Each piece is handmade in Belgium using top grade South African Merino wool felt and premium Norwegian vegetable-tanned leather. ...read more

Veja Laptop Sleeve

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Simple and sustainable laptop case made from organic cotton $95.00

Veja, the Paris-based French eco-fashion label, comes through with a collection of laptop sleeves and wallets produced sustainably in Brazil. The fresh and simple computer cases are made in Brazil from sustainable canvas with veggie-tanned leather highlights. "The lining and canvas are made from organic cotton grown by a co-operative of producers in the Northeast of Brazil. The cotton is grown in......read more

Hoptu Laptop Sleeve

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Eye-popping MacBook protection in upcycled neoprene $32.00

Neoprene, the spongy Dupont fabric commonly used for wetsuits, has become a ubiquitous go-to material for gadget-protecting sleeves and cases. And for good reason: it's rubbery, light, and flexible, so it makes a perfect cocoon for laptops and tablets. Looptworks intercedes in the waste stream of wetsuit production, taking leftover Neoprene scraps to make gadget sleeves in a variety of......read more

Heather Heron Laptop Sleeve

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Handwoven laptop sleeve combines vintage look and feel with modern function $120.00

It's been a while since we checked in with Heather Heron, one of our favorite California designers, known best for her work with reclaimed fabrics. From Shelter Half comes this lovely looking Heron laptop sleeve, which applies age-old weaving techniques to a totally contemporary product. Featuring antique brass snaps handwoven wool from Trujillo -- one of America's oldest weavers -- the......read more

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