Eco-friendly sunnies, made out of bamboo, with 10% going towards conservation efforts? Yep, you better believe it!
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For us, we want to do so much more than just create high-quality, eco-friendly sunnies at an unbelievable price. We want to help make a real difference.
Right now, Koalas are under threat in Australia from a range of different factors. Rather than sit around and do nothing, we’ve decided to go out and create some of the best sunnies you’ve ever seen, all while donating 10% from every pair sold to the Australian Koala Foundation. In only 3 months, we’ve already managed to raise over $1000 for Koala Conservation!
Forged out of the eco-friendliest bamboo that we could find, our sunnies are made to be lighter and more comfortable than your traditional plastic pair.
Each pair also comes with polarised lenses, a cleaning cloth, compact case, and a UV400 rating.
See what all the fuss is about and grab yourself a pair today!
Designed in Australia.
Made to Change the World
Over $1,100 has been raised so far!
Handmade from eco-friendly sources of bamboo
FDA, BSCI, and FSC Approved
Timber grain unique to every pair
33% lighter than traditional plastic frames
Polarised, mirrored lenses, and a UV400 rating
Cleaning cloth and pouch
Spring loaded hinges
Saving Koala Homes
Did you know that 10% from every pair of Koala Edition sunnies sold goes towards protecting Koala homes?
After choosing a Koala as our main logo, we wanted to find a charity that focused on Koala conservation. After looking through a number of different options, we decided to donate 10% from every pair sold to Wires Australia.
For us, we don't just want to create some devilishly good sunglasses at a ridiculous price - we want to help create some real change. Alone there isn't much we can do, but together we can make a difference.
If you're after more information on Wires, or simply want to donate directly to them, we do encourage you to check them out at https://www.wires.org.au