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Alltrue Winter 2021 Box Spoiler #2

ByMSANov 19, 2021 | 10 comments

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We have the second spoiler for the Alltrue Winter 2021/22 Box!

From Alltrue:

For winding down... or getting out of town. The first few Winter spoilers are here, designed to bring comfort to wherever you are.

Here's what you can find inside:

Carry-On Travel Weekender — Graf Lantz ($158 value)

Made with soft canvas and Graf Lantz's sturdy, signature vegan leather handle reinforcement, this sleek and sophisticated selection features an adjustable and removable crossbody strap, shoulder strap, outside zip pocket to keep boarding passes handy, suitcase strap for traveling with ease, *and* a lower compartment to separate your clean clothes from your muddy hiking shoes, wet snow gloves, shoes, toiletries, sandy beach towel, and more.

Graf Lantz is a lifestyle accessories brand and design house based in the historic Silverlake district of Los Angeles. Founded by Holger Graf and Daniel Lantz, their design direction is inspired by Holger’s German heritage and Daniel’s love for the Japanese ideas of less, but better. Graf Lantz works with some of the world's earliest, most durable and sustainable materials, like wool felt, leather, and canvas, and only trusted local manufacturers to keep production close.

Alongside their commitment to sustainability, they partner with Feeding America to help support the fight to end hunger. To-date, they've donated 5 million meals and counting.

Pro tip: keep your carry-on clean by using a damp cloth to scrub off any dirt or stains

Set of 2 Hinged Steel Containers — Small:Hours ($50 value)

Take lunch to go, pack a snack for a weekend hike, or hit the salad bar (using the conveniently etched tare weight on the bottom for quick reference) with these bento-box-inspired stackable containers, taking your pick of one of two sizes. The silicone hinge and interior seal offer extra security and leak prevention, while the incorporated divots allow for seamless stacking and fridge organization. Swap out your plastic Tupperware for this beautiful and reusable alternative!

Small:Hours, the design-oriented brand behind them, believes that sustainability can be pursued any hour of any day, and that tiny changes and everyday habits can have a large and long-lasting impact. They seek to empower individuals to make these changes and eliminate single-use products from our kitchens, bathrooms, purses, and cars through the creation of beautiful, high quality, and convenient alternatives to single-use products. No compromises necessary.

Pro tip: the base of this product is both dishwasher and oven safe, but for best care, be sure to hand wash the lid with warm, soapy water and avoid placing it in the oven or microwave

Plush Throw Blanket – Comma Home ($58 value)

At 50" x 60," it's a favorite for work-from-couch days and not-going-to-make-it-out-tonight evenings. Drape it over your afternoon armchair or fold it at the foot of your bed — the warm tones and sophisticated texture add to that modern yet inviting home aesthetic, making it a much-loved addition to any living space!

Comma Home is making downtime part of the to-do list by designing home goods that help us take the pause we need between the lines, enjoy guilt-free relaxation, and get back to basics. Not only are they Oeko Tex certified, they also give back 10% of sales to local organizations that help the homeless.

Through our partnership with Comma, we provided 100 blankets to Housing Works, a New York based organization on a mission is to end the dual crises of homelessness and AIDS through relentless advocacy, the provision of lifesaving services, and entrepreneurial businesses that sustain our efforts.

Pro tip: to maintain the softness of this blanket, be sure to machine wash it on cold with like colors and tumble dry on low!

Cozy Poncho Wrap (Gray Stripe) — SiiZU ($110 value)

This blue-grey stripe poncho wrap has all the comfort of your favorite college hoodie, elevated with a touch of bohemian style. Carefree yet sophisticated, this tried and true silhouette is a favorite for both meeting the parents and those chilly home-for-the-holidays flights — plus, it's made from 100% LENZING™ viscose, an eco-friendly material sourced from trees.
SiiZU was created in 2015, the same year that the groundbreaking fast fashion documentary "The True Cost" was released. Wrestling with their own misgivings about the fashion industry and baffled by the lack of variety and inaccessible price points of sustainable, ethically-made apparel, its founders set out to build a brand that would offer low-impact, price-inclusive pieces and employ only natural materials.

Pro tip: as viscose is a delicate material, we recommend dry cleaning your poncho for best care!

Foldable Yoga Mat —Yuna Yoga ($85 value)

Thanks to its flexible vegan suede and TPE make up, this 24” x 72" mat can be folded up and taken with you wherever you go — making it easier to take your practice home for the holidays.

Based in Portland, Oregon, Yune Yoga began as a graphic design company and grew from a desire to bring a light-hearted, expressive, and fun approach to an internationally practiced tradition. Yune has become well established since launching in 2013, with a product line that is constantly evolving. Their line is sold across the globe, but the focus of the brand has never shifted from unexpected designs, crafted in Oregon and printed in the same neighborhood where its founder lives. Yune Yoga also gives a portion of their profits to local shelters, charities, and under funded schools.

Pro tip: to keep your mat in tip top shape, hand wash and air dry it!

And the previous spoiler...

Recycled Classic Slipper Socks — Pudus Life ($27.99 value)

Set of 4 Dip Bowls — Be Home ($40 value)

Variety Tea Tin Set—Vahdam India ($40 value)

Miracle in the Mundane: Poems, Prompts, and Inspiration to Unlock Your Creativity and Unfiltered Joy ($232 value)

More You Should Know:

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Those hinged stainless steel containers look interesting, but I doubt I would use them enough to justify them taking up cabinet space. Maybe if they were microwavable or insulated enough to keep my lunch warm until break time.

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@MSA, do you know how thick is the yoga mat? And why is valued at $85 when all the other yoga mats from this brand are $59? TIA

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Lisa B

Are these all choices in the 2nd category? I thought the socks were in the first category.

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It would be nice to get my fall box before getting the winter box spoilers.

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Is the above information correct? You state, “An annual subscription is $49.95 with a value of more than $250.” If you go to the website it says an annual membership is $199.80 billed ONCE (which yes technically makes each box $49.95 but it’s not billed that way as your wording suggests) whereas a quarterly membership is $54.95. Just a bit confusing.

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What is the Miracle in the mundane…value $232, now showing up between the tea & Symbiosis products?

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Miracle in the Mundane is one of the book choices for the Earthlove Winter box (not AT). Should be Symbiosis as the title instead.

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Anita F

Maybe the throw blanket? At least my cats will be happy!
And idk maybe the cute little bowls. I can’t wait until my annual is over sadly.

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A canvas and plastic bag that’s valued at $158? What a joke. For that price I expect a material that doesn’t stain if you just breathe on it and straps of real leather.

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Sadly it looks like they put all the good stuff in one category. So far anyway…

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