The style that started it all, WUDN’s Zebra Wood Wayfarer Sunglasses have been their flagship model, and with good reason. Their most popular wooden sunglasses provide the classic wayfarer styling and natural aesthetics that laid the groundwork for their entire wooden sunglasses collection. From its sturdy, durable design to its use of sustainable woods and eco-friendly materials, discover what started their wooden sunglass revolution.
Sick of shades that break and bend season to season? So are we. These wooden sunglasses feature superior strength and double reinforced stainless steel spring hinges. These shades are built to last.
Polarized CR39 lenses - the toughest lenses around.
Super durable, super flexible and super comfortable design.
- Frames made from eco-friendly 100% real locally sourced wood for a comfortable fit and light weight
- Polarized CR39 Lenses offer 100% unrivaled clarity, UV protection and superior scratch resistance
- Double reinforced Stainless Steel spring hinges ensure maximum durability
- Cylindrical Bamboo carrying case and microfiber travel pouch for sustainable style
- Comes with a micro-fiber carry bag that doubles as a lens cleaner
Lead time: 1 to 3 days
Made in: Hidden Springs, ID
About the Manufacturer
Hidden Springs, ID
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WUDN prides itself on being a small business dedicated to locality and sustainability.
Natural, Simple and Sustainable - that’s what the WUDN team had in mind when they opened their wood shop. Located in the beautiful foothills of Boise, Idaho. The traditional spirit of the Pacific Northwest inspires all WUDN products. In a society where everything is over designed, their handcrafted wood products are a return to natural simplicity. Using timeless methods, high-quality design and eco-friendly materials, they handcraft every piece.
They purchase sustainable wood products and wood veneer only from FSC certified suppliers. The Forest Stewardship Council promotes environmentally sound, socially beneficial and economically prosperous management of the world's forests.
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