Fair Trade Gift Ideas for Him

Fair Trade Gift Ideas for Him

Can you believe it? November is here! Christmas is well on it's way and that means it's time to rack your brain for the perfect gift for the wonderful people in your life to let them know how much you appreciate them.

This month we'll be taking a look at Fair Trade gift ideas that may just help you come up for a great present (or two!) for that hard to buy for people on your list. 

Today we'll be focusing on what to get the men in your life. 

Let's start in the kitchen:

Fair Trade Gift Ideas for Him

This gorgeous cutting board is made from Conacaste and Cypress wood and is currently on sale for $87.99 at Novico, an online shopping market associated with National Geographic with an emphasis on empowering artisans and preserving ancient artistic traditions for future generations to enjoy. 

Fair Trade Gift Ideas for Him

What man doesn't need a pair of Fair Trade stainless steel cheese knives from India to go with his new cutting board?

Fair Trade Gift Ideas for Him

Or consider a stunning tablet case like this hand crafted leather one from Indonesia. Also available at Novico and on sale for $79.99. 

Fair Trade Gift Ideas for Him

Speaking of hand crafted leather, this sleek boot is from one of our favorite Fair Trade companies, Nisolo - out of Peru. Available in multiple colors for $168.00.

Fair Trade Gift Ideas for Him

If you're looking for a unique stocking stuffer, check out these brass leaf key chains from Burkina Faso on sale for $7.80. 

Fair Trade Gift Ideas for Him

And if your man wears glasses, we're loving this Wooden Eyeglass Rest from India! Available at Ten Thousand Villages for $18.00.

Hopefully that will help get your brain flowing to ideas past a tie!

What have you found in the Fair Trade world that would make great Christmas gifts for the men in your life?

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Purse & Clutch Owner Jen LewisAuthor: Jen Lewis is Owner & Director of Purse & Clutch. You can connect with Jen on . She has been running P&C since 2011 and gets excited about connecting resources to needs. 

November 05, 2013 by Jen Lewis
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