1. Gin + Tonic Soap | Our Gin + Tonic soap is refreshing, yet herbaceous. Upgrade dad's shower with this delicious cocktail in soap form! - $14
2. Kyrgies Slippers | Who doesn’t need slippers with these stay-at-home orders? Kyrgies slippers are made from the best wool in the world and manufactured in their women-run factory. These sustainably-made shoes are high-quality, durable, and odor resistant (a total necessity for a dad’s slippers lol). - $69
3. Airfryer | The airfryer is an amazing gadget. It creates deliciously fried foods with little to no oil and much less mess! Perfect for swapping out dad's favorite fried foods for a healthier alternative. - $280
4. Old Fashion Kit | Make your own drinks at home with this all-in-one cocktail kit from Epicurean Trader. - $89
5. Fiorella Pizza | Enjoy the fresh-out-the-oven goodness of pizza at home from Fiorella. Plus, they’ve got a special Father’s Day Feast to celebrate the special day that is available for pre-order now! - $28
6. Outdoor Voices Activewear | For the dad who likes to stay active, gift him with some pieces from Outdoor Voices’ activewear line. They source sustainable textiles like wool and recycled polyester and remain committed to ethical labor practices. - $35
The microplane- a zester, grater, shredder, whatever you prefer to call it, is perhaps one of the handiest tools for the kitchen. Its uses extend far beyond that of a traditional shredder or zester because it creates soft and fluffy pillows of cheese, citrus rinds, chocolate, and so much more.
It's SF Design Week! Bay Area Made is a virtual exhibit created for design week that features 39 bay area members who are committed to sustainable practices. Now more than ever, limiting waste and valuing sustainability is a necessity.
It’s not simply enough to have conversations about the injustices taking place towards the black community, we must have a continued effort to become anti-racist and allies with our brothers and sisters. While education and awareness is definitely key, they are merely a starting point as there are even more impactful ways for us to make change. One of those ways comes from our pockets- it’s where we spend our dollar.