Inspired by Bob Marley, these earth-friendly audio accessories are almost as cool as the reggae legend himself.
The world most certainly became a little less cool when Bob Marley left it in 1981, but his music lives on decades later as sonic icons of freedom, equality and love. The man known for such songs as "No Woman, No Cry," "Three Little Birds" and "Redemption Song" has been immortalized, fittingly enough, by an audio accessories company that makes eco-conscious products and gives back to the people and the planet.
House of Marley offers audio systems, bags and more than a dozen on-ear, in-ear and over-ear headphones ($30 and up), all made from natural, earth-friendly and renewable materials in its products and packaging, such as sustainably sourced, FSC-certified woods, organic cotton and recyclable aluminum. It supports 1Love.org, the Marley family's charitable foundation that helps organizations like Charity:Water, Every Mother Counts and Little Kids Rock. Speaking of which, we think House of Marley is about as rockin' as it gets.
1Love.org is a movement with a simple mission: do good in honor of Bob Marley's vision of a better tomorrow. Sparked by the Marley family, it aligns with charities and causes that support education, protect the earth and invest time and resources into the well-being of humanity.