The Shipping Revolution: Meet Our LimeLoop Reusable Shipper

The world has a packaging problem, and together with our friends at LimeLoop, we're helping to address it.

Meet our reusable shipper: our solution to single-use packaging. It's made from durable vinyl upcycled from billboards (cool, right?), easy to ship and return, lightweight, waterproof, and lasts for 10 years!

Cardboard packages stacked next to a LimeLoop reusable shipper on a doorstep

How does it work? Magic (not really, but sure feels like it). When you order something from our website, select the "LimeLoop Mailer" option at checkout and your order will arrive in a reusable package. When you get your order, high five yourself for taking a step to lessen your environmental impact – then stick the included return label back on the front and drop the shipper in your mailbox. When we get it back, we'll use it again (and again, and again, and...). Easy, right?

PS - If you don't see the reusable option at checkout, we're fresh out of LimeLoop mailers at the moment, but you'll get your package in our 100% recycled paper packaging with water-based or algae ink instead. 

More of a visual person? We got you. Check out the environmental impact for each LimeLoop package used!


For a little more on how LimeLoop is changing the game, check these out:

"LimeLoop implements reusable packaging to eliminate waste in e-commerce" - Good Morning America

"Can Online Retail Solve Its Packaging Problem?" - Fast Company

"Instead of cramming a cardboard box into the recycle bin or debating whether a bubble wrap envelope is considered garbage or not, participating customers can simply flip over the included return label and leave the reusable package at the mailbox." SNEWS

"As someone who does a heapload of shopping online, I'm often left with a heapload of boxes and poly mailers. Although I use some of them for my own purposes, the vast majority end up going into the trash can. Just last week, I was thinking to myself that there has to be a better way... Packaging might not be glorious, but it’s important – perpetual issues are often solved by starting with the basics. Thank you for taking a concrete step toward reducing the wasteful packaging problem, and for standing by your word." - Toad&Co customer