10 Green Gifts for the Outdoors Lover

10 Green Gifts for the Outdoors Lover

Emily Han
Dec 9, 2010

Our list of gifts for outdoors lovers has something for every budget. Check it out if you have a camper, hiker, cyclist, snowboarder, or picnic enthusiast on your list!

Top Row:

1. Richard Solo Fun Radio / Night-light ($29.95): A battery-free, hand-cranked AM/FM radio, LED flashlight, and nightlight.

2. Owleye Bicycle Lights ($30-90): Solar-powered lights for hiking, backpacking, camping, boating, climbing, and emergency lighting.

3. Eco Picnic Basket for 2 ($87.95): Made from natural and renewable willow with a dye- and chemical-free cotton insulated lining. Comes with bamboo plates, cutting board, and utensils.

4. To-Go Ware Utensil Set ($16.95): The utensils are made of bamboo and the holder is made of recycled plastic bags. For more ideas, see Top Ten Reusable Utensil Sets.

5. Arbor Collective Snowboards ($300-700): Made from bamboo. The company also donates a portion of profits to environmental organizations and offsets its carbon emissions.

Bottom Row:

6. Water Bobble ($9.95): Designed by Karim Rashid, this water bottle has a carbon filter that removes chlorine and other contaminants from tap water.

7. Sierra Designs Winema Sleeping Bag ($299): Made from reclaimed polyester textiles and PET bottles and coconut shells salvaged from food and water filter industry waste.

8. Eton Solarlink FR360 Radio ($50): This AM/FM/NOAA radio runs on solar-, hand-, and battery-generated power and features LED lights for emergency lighting, and alarm clock, and a USB charger.

9. Mountainsmith Recycled Tour Lumbar Pack ($70): The fabric for this waistpack is made from recycled plastic soda bottles.

10. REI Lookout 40 Pack ($89.50): Made from post-consumer recycled PET fabric, each pack keeps 26 16-oz. plastic bottles out of landfills.

Our 2010 Green Gift Guide:

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