Gifts From Hipster to Health Nut…

After reading Tara’s post, I’m reminded that if you want to give a tangible gift (vs. a virtual one), we’ve got some great suggestions for nearly everyone on your list…

For the PDX Hipster:

The vintage field bag has an adjustable strap, so you can wear it like a messenger bag while biking to work. Or you can use it to tote home your groceries from Trader Joe’s.

I took mine to Bumbershoot and had ample room to carry around a camera, map, sweater and water bottle…and I even got compliments from SEATTLE hipsters. Impressive.

For the Design Junkie:

Whether you use them outdoors in the summer or to decorate the mantle of your Mount Hood cabin, these mini-lanterns are both cute and practical.

They’re also perfect for the outdoors enthusiast who can take them camping, hiking or boating. Yeah, they totally float!

For the Scientifically-Inclined:

How about a magnetic force flashlight, which not only sounds awesome, but looks pretty amazing?

Or a radio that works with solar power, a crank or a battery charger? These gifts are definitely worth geeking out over.

For the Health Nut:

Any fitness fanatic knows the “8 x 8 rule” — drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day. One good way to get in the 1.9 liters is by using our stainless steel vintage water bottle.

You could also take your stuff to the gym in this tote bag, but IMHO, the field bag is cuter…

So have I convinced you? Seriously, these are things that even the person who has everything probably doesn’t own. Our online store is open 24/7, or you can always pick your gifts up in person right here.

And don’t forget, your purchase supports our work of saving and rebuilding lives right here in Oregon. Can Target or Best Buy say that? I think not.