— Handcrafted with an eco-friendly twist, these Best wooden sunglasses offer a combination of real bamboo wood arms that support a plastic frame.
— They feature spring-loaded arms for maximum comfort and durability with polarized anti-reflective mirror lenses.
— The lenses provide 100% UV400 protection, covering all harmful UVA and UVB rays and come in a range of different colors. The plastic frame of these Best wooden sunglasses complements beautifully the gradient and polarized anti-reflective mirror lenses. Available in blue, khaki, brown, gold and black lenses – a color to match any vibrant personality!
— The bamboo arms are a perfect introduction to wooden eco-friendly sunglasses range; ideal for all-purpose, at the beach, festival, while driving, in your daily life or to match your favorite outfit.
— The frames come in a standard fit to suit both men and women and most face types. These Best wooden sunglasses frames are available in different colors: black, leopard and brown.
— Clear vision TAC resin mirror HD clear visual and resistant lens, UV400 polarized, anti-reflective. Will make sure your eyes are protected!
— Handcrafted from real bamboo wood with a natural wax coating. Eco-friendly and sustainable.
— Stainless steel spring-loaded hinges are more flexible and durable for use.
— The latest new soft nose pads design on these Best wooden sunglasses does not oppress nose bridge, which makes these sunglasses more stable and comfortable to wear.
— Each piece comes in a hard box wrapped in bubble wrap.
— Polarized lens with 100% UVA/UVB protection.
— CE & FDA certified.
Why polarized sunglasses? – This model comes standard with polarized lenses, which means higher clarity through reducing reflective light which causes glare and discomfort. With polarized sunglasses, you may notice a slight darkening of water and glass, meaning the polarized lenses are working perfectly! Polarized sunglasses are suitable for most situations; ideal for driving, water activities and general use. The only exception they shouldn’t be used by airplane pilots, where aircraft instruments are polarized as standard.