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Specs with Style and Sustainability

Environmentally fashion trends are on the rise and what better way to tap into the zeitgeist than with a pair of stylish sunglasses that are sustainable.

Modo’s line Eco is produced from recycled metal and plastic. In addition to using recycled materials Eco plants a tree for every frame sold. Eco works to use donated frames to help those in need around the world.

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Schwood frames are composed of cherry and zebra wood.  These frames are handcrafted for a unique finish. Schwood tries to keep the natural essence of the wood by preserving the frame. Schwood comes in many designs such as aviators, wayfarers, and round frames.

Woodwear is fashioned from sustainable bamboo. Bamboo regenerates at a faster rate which makes it more sustainable than hardwood.  Bamboo is also moisture resistant meaning that the frames will last longer. Based in California, they hope to breed off the culture of the skating and surfing community who purport to be in touch with the natural environment.

Eco Friendly Specs

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Castaway by Drift are made from Forest Stewardship Council-certified woods such as walnut and maple to create innovative frames. The acetate lenses are composed from petroleum free cellulose plastics, formaldehyde free epoxy with water based coatings. The company also donates 1% to the planet.

Eco Friendly Specs

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Panda sunglasses are made from bamboo and recycled polycarbonate plastics. With polarized lenses and the ability to float they are a great companion on the water.  For every pair purchased Panda will provide an eye exam and a pair of prescription glasses to someone in need.

Eco Friendly Specs

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Get your eco on with these stylish frames at the same time as helping the environment and possibly someone in need.

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