|New Balance WE060 $48
Reduce your carbon footprint! These New Balance shoes are vegan friendly and made from recycled materials.
|Fleurville Re-Run Messenger Bag $79
This bag is made out of recycled plastic bottles, keeping ten plastic water bottles out of landfills. How cool is that?
|Sea Glass Bracelet $95
Handmade from earth-toned sea glass, Mom will appreciate this one-of-a-kind bracelet as much as you appreciate her.
|Green Toys Recycling Truck $26
It’s fun to be green with this toy truck made from recycled milk jugs. Slots for cans, newspapers and bottles get kids into the habit of recycling and the durable construction (BPA- and phthalate-free) stands up to rough play.
|Keen Kids Coronado H&L $35
With the wild Keen Coronado H&L, you too can put boring eco-friendly shoes on the endangered list.
|Big Eco Backpack $43
Constructed with nylon made entirely from recycled plastic drinking bottles and trimmed with naturally biodegradable canvas. Each of these packs keeps four 16oz bottles out of the environment and keeps your tot’s favorite things close by.
|Zoom Nightlight $25
You can never have too many nightlights with kids, but who wants to use all that electricity? This LED nightlight is rechargeable and stays lit for up to eight hours with each full charge. And the rocket ship design is simply very cool.
|Protect Our Earth Glasses $45
In a former life these gorgeous green glasses were Bordeaux bottles. Give them a new home and you’ll be reminded that Earth Day is every day— the phrase ‘Protect Our Earth’ is etched n English, Spanish, Afrikaans and French. Made in the USA and dishwasher safe.
|Flip-Flop Doormat $46
The entire family will get a kick out of this colorful doormat made entirely of recycled flip flops. Use it indoors or out, and feel free to dirty it up. It’s low-maintenance and stays bright and colorful.
We know that natural and organic are the way to go. Take the extra step and seek out products that are eco-friendly and use recycled materials and packaging. From stylish diaper bags made from plastic water bottles, to adorable kids’ shoes with recycled rubber tire soles and gorgeous glasses made from old wine bottles, you’ll be surprised to see how easy it is to be more green.
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