These 9 Unique Gift Ideas From REI Make for the Best Sustainable Stocking Stuffers
Everyone could afford to be a bit more sustainable, and thanks to these thoughtful gifts from REI, being eco-friendly has never been easier.
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Bee's Wrap Set of Three Wraps
Kiss plastic wrap goodbye—but still keep your food fresh, with this set of beeswax wraps. The reusable wraps are made with organically grown cotton, jojoba oil, and tree resin, and can be easily composted at the end of their life. With three available sizes, your eco-conscious friend will have plenty of options for keeping large and small meals fresh.
To buy: $18; rei.com
Hydro Flask Wonder Wide-Mouth Vacuum Water Bottle
While you may know Hydro Flasks are a popular water bottle choice, you may not know that they're also a great sustainable option. Made of recycled materials, Hydro Flasks are known for their ability to keep liquids cold for 24 hours or hot for six, no matter the outside temperature. This version has a unique design, inspired by winter mountain peaks, making it a practical and pretty choice for your favorite mountain climber—or just someone who wants to cut down on their plastic water bottle use.
To buy: $45; rei.com
Patagonia Better Sweater Gloves
Give the gift of warmth with these ultra-cozy, sweater-like fingerless gloves. Whether you're shoveling snow or hitting the trails, they're an ideal choice for stay warm—and since they're made with 100-percent recycled fleece and minimally processed dye, they're an eco-friendly choice, too.
To buy: $49; rei.com
FinalStraw Stainless Steel Straw
Reusable straws are a great way to cut down on single-use plastic consumption, but they're often inconvenient for on-the-go travel. Enter the FinalStraw 2.0: It collapses to fit into a pocket-sized carrying case, so you can keep it readily available in your purse, at your desk, or in your car, without taking up valuable storage space. And since it comes with its own telescoping cleaning brush, keeping it sanitary is a breeze.
To buy: $25; rei.com
United By Blue The Packable Tote
Gone are the days of collecting plastic bag after plastic bag after your shopping trips and grocery runs. This tote bag is made of recycled nylon, so it's a durable, sustainable, and more stylish alternative. The best part? The bag compresses down to fit into a small pouch for easy transportation and comes with a carabiner clip for hands-free carrying.
To buy: $12; rei.com
Patagonia Ultralight Mini Hip Pack
These days, hip packs are more than a utilitarian travel tool—they're also a fashion statement. This Patagonia option has a bright, stylish color combination and is made with water-resistant, recycled fabric, so it's a practical, eco-friendly gift, too. With a key clip and security pocket in the main compartment, it's a great gift for festival-loving friends or avid campers alike.
To buy: $29; rei.com
Light My Fire Spork Original BIO
Say goodbye to single-use plastic forks, knives, and spoons—with this stocking stuffer-sized sporks duo. These do-it-all tools (functioning as a spoon, fork, and knife, all in one) are purse-sized, so you can pull the set of two out wherever you are. And since they're BPA-free, heat-resistant, and made with bio-based plastics, they make great camping supplies, too.
To buy: $7; rei.com
Rinse Bath & Body Essential Oil Roll-Ons
Take self-care on the go with these soothing essential oils, all conveniently sized for travel. Each one has its own specific use: Eucalyptus oil for clearing sinus and chest congestion, lavender oil for promoting sleep and relaxation, peppermint oil for migraine relief, and tea tree oil for bug bites and blemish treatments. These oils can be applied directly to the temples, the back of the neck, the bottom of the feet—or wherever the recipient needs a little relaxation.
To buy: $43; rei.com
Stasher Reusable Silicone Sandwich Bag
Not only are single-use plastic sandwich bags bad for the environment, but they're also bad for your budget, especially when you're replacing them over and over again. Instead, gift the Stasher Reusable Silicone Sandwich Bag—a plastic-free, silica storage option that can be placed in the oven, microwave, freezer, and more. Like normal plastic bags, it also has an airtight seal to lock in your food's freshness and flavor. When you friend is done using it, they can simply toss the bag in the dishwasher so it's ready for the next day—no waste necessary.
To buy: $12; rei.com
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