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There’s no doubt in our minds that Oliver Cabell is the best new sneaker brand of the past few years, but their recently released Phoenix sneaker seals the deal. It’s a stylish, airy shoe with a sleek profile and a simple black or white aesthetic. If you want clean lines, minimal color and solid construction, you’re already sold. It gets better. The Phoenix is a 3D printed sneaker with an upper constructed of recycled plastic bottles. Recycled bottles are sterilized, washed and cut into flakes before being spun into a fiber and then getting printed into a shoe. “Our mission has always been fairly simple,” Scott Gabrielson, founder of Oliver Cabell, explains. “To marry the finest design, materials, and process with the latest technology, while leading the way for socially conscious businesses. We feel that the Phoenix is the culmination of what we’ve been striving for since we launched.” We’re inclined to agree with him–especially when you factor in the odor-reducing liner for sockless wear, cooling microfiber tongue, EVA sole and the fact they’re machine washable.

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Finding a belt that fits exactly right when your weight fluctuates is impossible–unless you’re wearing a Mission Belt. Mission Belts use a unique ratchet buckle that adjusts every 1/4″, which means a comfortable, easy-to-adjust fit every time. Their full-grain Italian leather collection includes seven options, so there’s a good-looking, high-quality Mission Belt for every occasion. As if that wasn’t enough, $1 from every belt sold goes to their “Mission” of fighting poverty with micro loans through a partnership with Kiva. To date, they’ve loaned over $4.1 million in over 75 countries. Fits perfectly. Fights poverty.