I want *YOU* to shop at small businesses this holiday season. Let’s start with Kind Design.
Kind Design, a Boulder, CO based company, has just released their new line of Topographic River Hoodies, and… they’re sick.
The hoodie features a unique 4-way-stretch fabric that is made from recycled water bottles. You can choose from 2 colors, and 180+ river sections from across the United States.
Oh, and “$2 from every garment purchased is donated to Western Resource Advocates and the conservation of rivers and lakes across the west.” Pretty neat.
Check ’em out, and the other unique products Kind Design has to offer this holiday season.
“The River Topo Hoodie is the perfect garment for fishing, boating, supping, tubing, skydiving, or just enjoying life. They are made in Colorado using sustainable materials (mainly recycled plastic bottles). The functional and eco-friendly fabric is UPF50+, 4 way stretch, quick drying.”
“Each hat features a custom patch with an iconic landmark from the park, the name of the park, and the year it was established (or chartered by U.S. Congress). Under the brim and crown of each cap, we have highlighted accurate topographical data from a section of that park, and all the colors were carefully chosen to reflect the park in some way.”
“Designed in Colorado by people who work and play on the water. We have upgraded from v1.0 with higher quality zippers, and an extra pocket for more storage options. Also available in Blue (Headwaters) and Green (Glenwood Canyon).”