10 Fashionable Last-Minute Eco Men’s Gifts

By Myron Mariano / December 19, 2017
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RACK UP THE MILES

This multipurpose bag goes with you to the gym, to a Bed & Breakfast upstate, or to your business trip. It is made with sturdy, water-resistant industrial twill and is infused with an antibacterial silver lining so none of the smells fester. Weekender Bag; $148

NECESSARY ACCESSORY

This ultra-soft merino wool hat and scarf combo will find multiple uses for you this season. 1st Tracks Hat & Scarf Set; $225

LONG-TERM USE

This jacket's use won't end once the snow starts melting. Turn it inside out and you have a layering piece suitable for transition weather. About Face Bomber; $198

CLEAN LINES, MAXIMUM STYLE

Give a pair of these oil-, dirt-, and water-repellant jeans to the outdoorsman looking to inject a bit of uptown flair to his wardrobe. Stay Dry 2.0 Denim Slim; $139


THE EVENING'S SPOILS

When all the parties are over, cozy next to the inviting glow of your fireplace with a cup of hot chocolate and these soft pyjama pants. You're welcome. Sleepwalker Pant; $64.95


ACTIVE IN THE SNOW

Pick up the Nomad before your next trip to the slopes. The company behind this lightweight goggles will plant a tree for one sold, all through December. This altruistic promotion is through a partnership with American Forests to help offset Zeal Optics's environmental footprint. Nomad; from $119

NICE AND WARM

You're probably thinking, another sweater? But reconsider: This colorblocked number is made of 100 percent organic cotton. Corbin sweater; $79

A JOLT OF HOLIDAY CHEER

Nobody said that your clothes should match the dreary season. This 700-fill responsibly sourced goose down vest, in festive gold, is the right piece to don to spread all of the good vibes, and none of the blues. Down Vest; $148.

KEEP THE CAFFEINE GOING

There's nothing worse, save for a cup of overbrewed joe, than one that's gone tepid. For those days when you can't enjoy your morning coffee immediately, pour it in this double-walled, stainless steel beverage holder. It'll still be warm once you clock in to work. Chase Café; $34.99

A DAPPER TRAVELER

There's enough room for your toiletries and small electronics in this TSA-approved travel kit. One compartment is waterproof while the other holds any liquids. It's constructed with Bluesign fabrics. Port Kitt; $79.99

Myron Mariano

Myron Mariano

Myron Mariano is a New York-based men's-lifestyle writer whose work has appeared in numerous publications such as the international editions of Men's Health and Marie Claire. He enjoys covering fashion, grooming, and fitness.
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