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Best American Made Gifts for Women

By Sarah Glander, Sarah Jensen, & Matt Mullins   December 17, 2020

These sustainable, community friendly gifts should appeal to any adventurous women who love our Pacha Mama (Mother Earth). She’ll be especially pleased to know that her made in the USA gifts don’t support abusive sweatshop labor but do support environmentally conscious production.

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Colorful beanies with cute designs. The soft fleece lining keeps you toasty on those chilly outings…

~ $36  CHECK IT OUT

 

A stylish yet burly hiking boot. This is the same boot as worn in the film and found on the cover of the best selling book, “Wild“…

~ $360  CHECK IT OUT

 

Wild and carefree tie dye eyewear straps that will save your precious shades from an early demise…

~ $10  CHECK IT OUT

 

Celebrate women with a Support Women themed water bottle. This Liberty Bottle is the only vacuum insulated stainless steel water bottle ethically sourced in the USA…

~ $34  CHECK IT OUT

 

Seriously the softest, most luxurious blanket we have touched. Snuggling into this faux fur blanket is like being cuddled by 1000 bunnies… and 503 puppies…

~ $74 and up  CHECK IT OUT

 

Premium wood and artistic epoxy designs add a little something awesome to your iPhone or Galaxy phone case…

~ $20   CHECK IT OUT

 

These cute socks are 100% locally sourced and made in the USA. This friendly company prioritizes the wellbeing of our planet and its employees…

~ $20  CHECK IT OUT

 

A classically styled retro backpack perfect for toting around campus, day hikes, or strolling through town. An internal sleeve will hold your Macbook or…

~ $150-189   CHECK IT OUT

 

Feathered Friends of Seattle, WA crafts sustainably sourced premium goose down jackets fit for a 21st century queen…

~ $339  CHECK IT OUT

 

The longest ringing and highest quality bike bell we have seen. Give others notice well in advance with a powerful…

~ $49  CHECK IT OUT

 

Fog-free and stunning clarity make for an epic day on the mountain. Interchangeable lenses are easily swapped for rapidly changing light with the strong N52 magnetic…

~ $250  CHECK IT OUT

 

Nearly all you could wish for in a survival tool; this innovative multi-tool has a fire starter and a diamond coated sharpener…

~ $120  CHECK IT OUT

 

 

A vast new world of adventure awaits to pack this ultralight raft into gorgeous backcountry creeks, rivers, & lakes…

~ $895 +  CHECK IT OUT

 

Eco-friendly bio-based resin frames with impact resistant lenses that cut through glare and filter out harsh light…

~ $179  CHECK IT OUT

 

Ultralight and weatherproof using high tech Dyneema fabric, this is the backpack to beat…

~ $310  CHECK IT OUT

 

Protect your sunglasses with Chums Originals which come in a wide variety of fun patterns and colors…

~ $8  CHECK IT OUT

 

Forget about disposable plastic food wraps by using these reusable, bee’s wax cloth food wraps. See it in action in this video

~ $18  CHECK IT OUT

 

Up your backcountry skiing voile strap game with this colorful variety pack…

~ $18  CHECK IT OUT


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