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As promised on Tuesday, I’ve got another ethical Christmas gift guide for you today, this time with ethical Christmas gift ideas for men.
Ethical Gift Guide For Him
1. Pocket Knife (£40.00) by Trevor Ablett via The Future Kept. This beautiful knife is handmade by Sheffield-based Trevor, and is perfect for the outdoors type. It’s certainly a real heirloom piece to be enjoyed for years to come.
2. Harris Tweed Wallet* (£24) by Life Covers via Etsy UK. This lovely wallet is made using Harris tweed.
3. Griffin Woodtones Headphones* (£24.99) from Ethical Superstore. This makes for a slightly more environmentally friendly way to enjoy your favourite music.
4. Thug Kitchen Cookbook* (£10.46) from Wordery. Find every day delicious vegan recipes with an extra side of swear words!
5. Lambswool Jumper* (£49) from Howies*. This is a stylish everyday addition to his wardrobe.
6. Lambswool Jumper* (£49) by Howies*. Soft, cosy, stylish and festive! What more could you want in a jumper?
7. Polar Berg T-Shirt* (£15.96) by Rapanui via Ethical Superstore – I love the designs of these ethical t-shirts. I quite often buy these t-shirts for my partner, and they are always so well received.
8. Wire Bike Tree Decoration (£2.50) from RE – this pretty wire bike tree decoration is just brilliant for cycle enthusiasts. It would make for a lovely stocking filler or as part of the wrapping (with the bonus that it can be hung on the tree afterward!).
9. Sardine Run Mug (£10.95) from Howkapow – this lovely mug is made by a family-run business on the isle of Jersey.
10. Wire Toasting Fork (from £4.50) from RE – handmade in Northumberland, no camping trip is complete without this nostalgic addition for the campfire.
Look out for my final Christmas gift guide, tomorrow. It’ll be packed with ethical gift ideas for kids. In the meantime, you can catch the previous ethical gift guides.