Not only does the new Karim Rashid-designed Bobble model filter out chlorine and impurities from ordinary tap water, it essentially replaces up to 300 disposable bottles (an environmental scourge) before a new carbon filter is needed. It’s also BPA, phthalate and PVC-free. Everyone should pack at least one ($11.99, www.waterbobble.com).
Looptworks sources excess neoprene from the wetsuit industry to keep tablets and laptops safe, all the while conserving water and other natural resources. Crafted exclusively in fair labor factories, these meticulously upcycled sleeves come in multiple sizes and colors (from $30, looptworks.com).
Sumptuous, hand-sewn leather bison moccasins are lined with eco-felt that warms toes and provides light foot support. No carry-on should be without a pair. Available in men’s and women’s sizes ($79, kaufmann-mercantile.com).
(Courtesy Kaufman Mercantile)
The Dreaming Tree’s Crush (a red blend), Cabernet and Chardonnay wines all feature sustainably designed bottles and help support various conservation organizations. Nice. Even better, they’re offering a holiday gift pack featuring the above trio along with $50 gift card to Ticketmaster—which makes sense since musician Dave Matthews is one of the company’s co-founders ($69, a $95 value, dreamingtreewines.com).
(Courtesy The Dreaming Tree)
Join Gypset Travel writer Julia Chaplin as she explores the insider enclaves and favored destinations of the carelessly glamorous, bohemian upper class—the gypsetters, if you will ($50, assouline.com).