Ethical Gifts for Him

To build off our recent Ethical Gift Guide for Her, we picked some of our favorite gifts for him from companies we’re honored to stand with.


United By Blue

United By Blue started in 2010 with the mission to make a measurable environmental impact for every product sold. Currently, for every purchase made United By Blue removes one pound of trash from our Earth’s sacred waterways.

A. Spruce Plaid


Krochet Kids

Krochet Kids started as a few friends making headwear to their own standards. When they started to grow in popularity, they saw their hats as a vehicle to help lift populations of at-risk women out of poverty. Since their humble beginnings, they’ve set up operation in both Uganda and Peru to help provide a solid base for these women and their communities to succeed.

B. The Drifter


Bohten Eyewear

Montreal made, Ghana inspired. Bohten Eyewear was started as a means of providing sustainable employment throughout the African continent by creating stylish, high quality eyewear. By sourcing and manufacturing their eyewear in Africa, they can utilize unique materials and create custom fitted frames for a truly special product.

C. Legend Gold


LSTN Sound Co.

Listn Sound co started their headphone and speaker company to help fund their desire to bring the gift of hearing to children all over the world. Since their creation 3 years ago, they’ve been able to provide vital hearing aids to over 20,000 children in need.

D. Zebra Apollo Bluetooth Speaker


Reunion Island Coffee

Reunion Island prides itself on providing a near limitless supply of artisanal coffee beans from around the world to suit every taste. Providing great beans means working closely with Fair Trade standards to ensure excellent sourcing and high quality control thanks the extra care required to be Fair Trade compliant.

E. Organic Ethiopia Sidama


Senda Athletics

Senda is committed to creating top notch Fair Trade soccer balls in Sialkot, Pakistan. Their desire to create the world’s best soccer ball lead them to the inevitable conclusion, no sweatshops. If they wished to achieve the best quality they had to ensure their workers were paid a fair wage in good conditions. The result is an amazing ball you can play with for years to come.

F. Valor Club Soccer Ball



Starting in 2014, Patagonia began using their considerable reach to bring more Fair Trade apparel to the market, offering 10 different garments that met the rigorous standards. Currently they offer 192 styles, and are aiming to offer upwards of 300 by next year. Since their initial offerings, they have paid out an extra $430k in Fair Trade benefits that the workers decide how to spend.

G. Patagonia Boys’ Better Sweater® 1/4-Zip Fleece 



After you’ve picked up all your worldly treasures, what better way to carry them then our spacious, reliable Krabu backpack?

H. Krabu Backpack  

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