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Clothes That Are Better for the Earth (and the Bag to Pack Them in)

Support the brands that are protecting the environment you love.

Henry Phillips

You’ve booked your flight, reserved the hotel and you’re dreaming of white-sand beaches and blue waves, warm sun and a light breeze. But before you’ve completely mentally checked out, put some thought into a more considerate way of packing.

Invest in a bag designed with eco-friendly materials, pack clothing that’s produced in a sustainable way and stow accessories from brands that give back to the environment. There is a range of stylish garments from sustainably-minded brands that are perfect for a warm-weather getaway, so if you’re planning on basking in the wonder of nature any time soon, keep in mind the brands that care about the planet you cherish so much.

The Bag


Traveler Bag by The Lost Explorer: This bag is made in the USA from custom three-layer corkshell and wool fabric, a natural alternative to Gore-Tex. This makes it completely water resistant. The design is geared towards on-the-go organization with a compartment for storing a hanging suit jacket, an array of external and internal pockets, a removable shoe bag and a pocket for a 17-inch laptop. The bag features Mil-Spec hardware and magnetic closures and can hold up to 33 liters.

Buy Now: $695

The Clothes


Hibiscus Tea Shirt by The Lost Explorer $75
Organic Cotton Mens Crew T-Shirt by Alternative Apparel $28
Bare Organic Smooth T-Shirt by Snow Peak $140
Madras SS Shirt by Industry of All Nations $130
Blanket Shirt by Outerknown $195
Huascaran Alpaca Hoody by Nau $265

Chino by Outerknown $95
True Organic Cotton Také Pants by Snow Peak $295
Stand Up Shorts by Patagonia $59
Nf Into Oblivion Boardshort by Vans $60

VEJA x Industry of All Nations by Industry of All Nations $110

The Accessories


Durand Sunglasses by Warby Parker $95

Del Día Dopp Kit by Cotopaxi $20
The Traveler’s Skin Care Kit by Ursa Major $41
Charcoal Bristle Bamboo Toothbrush by Ernest Supplies $8
Deodorant by Aesop $35
Protective Eye Serum by Ernest Supplies $55

Reading Material
Early Hues Special Release by Terasu $48
The Nomads Issue by Wilderness Collective $15

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