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Patagonia Fair Trade Cloud Stack Hoody 

($120; patagonia.com)

What You Get: Ideal for pre- or post-exercise, this slim-fitting poly and organic cotton jumper cuts chills with hand pockets, long sleeves with thumb holes and a high collar. 

What You Give: Always a leader in social and environmental practices, Fair Trade was the logical next step for Patagonia. The designation means the farmers, labourers and others along the supply chain are treated well.

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Oboz Emerald Peak 

($125: obozfootwear.com)

What You Get: Sporty with substance — a foot-hugging single-piece upper and neoprene liner means a wicked fit and sock-free comfort. Underneath, big lugs and EVA cushioning adds burl. (Sorry guys, women’s only.)

What You Give: Every shoe sold means a tree planted for a worthy purpose in a developing country. Wind-power or offset energy is used, and unsold shoes are donated to people in need through Project Sole.


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Miir Growlette 

($40; miir.com)

What You Get: Nursing your micro-brew? This 32-ounce insulated growler will not only keep the elixir cold for 24 hours, but the clamping lid seals tight, the threadless design won’t hide funk and the steel shell has your back if someone knocks it over.

What You Give: A year of fresh drinking water for someone in need. Plus, find out where proceeds have helped build a new well via a tracking number on the included bracelet.