Eco Friendly Gifts Make the World Smile

Category: Products

Author: Sage

November 25, 2016

This holiday season give a gift back to the Earth by gifting unique bamboo sunglasses or an eco water bottle to your friends and family.

The Perfect Gift

We choose bamboo and other natural materials over plastic any time! We believe in making small green choices every day, and giving back to the Earth. Our products have a unique natural style that stands out from everyday fashion.

A Gift That Gives Back

How would you feel handing new awesome bamboo sunglasses to your loved ones for Christmas, and also saying "and you planted 20 trees!" With every purchase Tree Tribe plants 10 new trees to naturally replenish the environment, while at the same time providing food, shelter, and economy to communities around the world. But now we're planting 20 TREES per item sold for the rest of 2016! [tree graphic]

Made by People Who Care

The Tree Tribe brand represents positive change for our planet. Our mission is to make a global impact on the world, transform communities, and improve the quality of life on Earth.

High Quality & Practical Gifts

Lastly, let's remember that we make AWESOME sunglasses that float in water, have polarized lenses, are trendy, incredibly comfortable, and every pair is unique. We have a wide range for men and women, including our Original Bamboos, Classic Wayfarers, Aviators, Cat Eyes, and more!

Our Eco Water Bottle is brand new and already a big winner. Made completely from stainless steel with bamboo on the lid, it's made to last forever and is safe for you and the environment. Our bottles are leak proof, durable, and insulated to keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold all day.

Click here to check out our full line of natural sunglasses.

P.S. We now have gift cards availble here.

Author: Sage

Contributor

Sage is a passionate natural health advocate and nature lover, you'll find her at the beach most days with a bottle of Kombucha.

Mission: to live a life of happiness whilst creating minimal harm and damage, and make the world a better place for our future people.



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