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The recycled golf ball cuff links below are crafted from authentic balls recovered from the water surrounding the 17th Hole Island Green at TPC Sawgrass. If he’s a golf fan, he’ll know what that means! Set in sterling silver and officially licensed by the PGA TOUR, these are unique and a great recycled gift for golf lovers.
Two Twists On A Classic Father’s Day Gift
Everyone knows if you’re not sure what to get your father, you can just get him a tie. Well here are two non-boring ways to do just that:
The Cassette Tape Tie takes functional apparel to a whole new level. Made by using woven tape from old cassette tapes, this fantastic looking tie actually plays a unique recording of sounds collected in New York City streets and subway stations when you run a tape head over the fabric.The recycled bike tube wallet above is perfect for dads that don’t like to wear ties. Made entirely of recycled and handpicked race car tires, bicycle inner tubes, and hemp, this a recycled wallet with lots of style. It is also produced in a 100% waste-free process in which all leftover materials are either reused or recycled.
Unique Father’s Day Gift Idea
For the new dad, this Diaper Dude Bag shows the world that when things get messy, he can handle it with ease. Plus it’s made from 100% post-consumer recycled water bottles! It’s equipped with lots of pockets, a padded changing pad, an elastic insulated bottle pocket, and stroller strap clips, but you’d never guess that from looking at it.
Share a brew with Dad in these Recycled Beer Glasses made from old beer bottles in the USA and all parts of the bottle are reused creating zero waste AND they arrive in cool eco-friendly box..
For the musician, this guitar strap is made out of rubber recycled from old seat belts.
Reduce Reuse Recycle
Remember that when you buy goods made from recycled materials, it helps keep trash in the loop and out of the landfill!
Photo: Peter Werkman