Fits in a carry-on backpack. I try to strike a balance between quality and sustainability. This stuff is reasonably good for all-weather, and works for -10° C snowy Europe as well as 30° sunny Southeast Asia.
Needs to be light, thin and have a great battery life. The Purism Librem 13 has great design & build quality, hardware switches for camera/microphone & wireless, and it runs nicely with Ubuntu + GNOME.
Otherwise the Tuxedo InfinityBook seems good as well.
Still looking forward to more fair production processes in laptops too.
The LSTN Avalon are nice in-ear headphones made from wood. The plug is weirdly angled and quite big though, and the buds make a strange noise when put in. They are great for noise-isolation and silence when sleeping.
All Icebreaker merino wool. 4 t-shirts, 4 underpants, 4 socks & 1 longsleeve.
Merino because it’s anti-bacterial and does not smell easily. Often you can just air it out. Downside is that they put the logo on the arm, which with some luck you can remove after some time. Will switch to Patagonia since their practices are more ethical.
Mammut Ultimate is really good, light and I find myself wearing it all the time. (I have an older version. Glued the side zippers to stay put on the bottom part, and painted the logos black with textile marker.)
I will switch to the Patagonia Levitation Hoody when the other jacket is worn down since their ethics and production practices are better.
Standard Razors are really nice safety razors. Much better than a cartridge razor and less wasteful. Any regular safety razor is good too.
Haircuts I do myself with barber scissors.
For nails I have a simple metal nail clipper.