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Wave Wam Teepee by Indoek

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Indoek's portable beach shelter provides protection from the elements $295.00

The ever-watchful eyes at Cool Hunting tipped us off to a new product from Indoek, the bi-coastal surf blog and maker/retailer of surf-centric goods. Inspired by a friend's DIY teepee he would bring to beach, the Indoek team created the Wave Wam, a "little slice of Paradise [that's] awesome for kids, dogs, chilling out with a close friend, stashing your stuff while you shred tubes,......read more

Powermat Portable Mat

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Travel-friendly wireless charging device. $59.99

With its suite of wireless charging products, Powermat has waged war on the tangled messes of cords that plague modern existence. The brand’s foldable Portable Mat charger adds a travel-friendly weapon to the arsenal. Featuring a universal, Energy Star level 5 power supply, the Portable Mat can wirelessly charge up to three Powermat-enabled devices (like your smartphone) at once....read more

PowerFilm Rollable Solar Charger

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Juice up your gadgets sustainably with this flexible, flat-rolling solar panel charger $129.00

Using technology that was initially designed for the military, PowerFilm's R15-300 Rollable Solar Power Charger is a super-lightweight and flexible charger for your cellphone, GPS, MPS, and other devices. Featuring monolithically integrated solar panels, the 5-watt charger eliminates the damage-prone manual connections of individual solar cells. It's also free of cadmium and other toxic......read more

Scout 150 Explorer Kit

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The ultra-portable solar charging kit from Ground Zero. $399.95

Goal Zero's Scout 150 Explorer Kit gives campers and adventurers a lightweight means to charge electronic devices. The durable charging system can be powered via solar energy, providing 150 hours of Power Pack storage capacity....read more

Oon Power Outlet by David Okum

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A perfectly charming power cord solution for home or office $79.00

Ugly plastic power bars have nothing on the Oom, a thoughtfully designed alternative made using sustainable maple from Connecticut. The Oom is the brainchild of David Okum, an LA-based product designer whose work we've featured before. He describes his latest creation like this: Three electrical sockets designed to flex and rotate conform to different situations, allowing for all connections......read more

Green Wave Surf

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From The Bather Trunk Company $70.00

The Bather Trunk Company may have been developed at the Lake Ontario beach in Toronto, Canada, but the company's product design takes heavy inspiration from streetwear. The Green Wave Surf shorts in forest green are a sleek take on classic swim trunks and are made from 100% quick-dry nylon—taking you from surf to turf in comfort.  FOREST/OLIVE GREEN* 100% NYLON QUICK DRY* DOUBLE......read more

Popcorn Popper

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For the tastiest popcorn, skip the microwave bags and go straight to the flame $35.00

If anyone can think of a better snack to pass around a campfire than freshly popped popcorn, we'd like to hear it. And until someone demonstrates otherwise, there isn't. This long-handled popper from Terrain makes it simple to whip up the world's greatest fireside snack over an open flame (or on the stove). So skip the microwave bags, cop this popper, load with kernels, and get popping.......read more

Bamboo iPad Case by iWave

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Effective iPad protection in highly renewable bamboo $59.99

The iWave Bamboo case for iPad is a case manufactured completely from the fast-growing plant -- one of the world’s most sustainable design materials. At under $50, it won’t break the bank, either.  ...read more

Grassroots Headphones by iWave

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Retro-styled, eco-friendly earphones

The recyclable headphones in the Grass Roots Collection from iWavefeature sustainable wood grain details, are offered in 3 finishes and have a 20-20,000KHz frequency response....read more

Grass Roots Headphones

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iWave's retro-styled, eco-friendly headphones. $40.00

Put a record on the turntable and nestle into your beanbag chair. The Grass Roots headphones from iWave have a definite 70s aesthetic that's nostalgic in all the best ways. But don't be fooled, the throwback style cloaks some next generation eco-design. The headphones are said to be made from "reusable, environmentally friendly and recyclable materials." What that means exactly we have no idea,......read more

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