Do you have wood? These designer eyewear brands do it – Flux Magazine


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These designer eyewear brands have wood in them and they don’t try to hide it.

In fact, wearing wooden framed sunglasses and eyeglasses is one of the latest global fashion trends. In our opinion, wooden glasses are becoming a must-have accessory for several reasons;

1) They’re eco-friendly and biodegradable 2) They’re light and fun and 3) They’re waterproof and float (which is pretty handy if you like water sports).

Ray-Ban® and Woodys Barcelona are two eyewear brands that have grasped this eco-friendly eyewear phenomenon and planted their roots deep.

Ray-Ban is well known for their classic black acetate frames, but their wooden frames offer a more exclusive and contemporary vibe. Currently the popular Clubmaster™ model is available in wood materials such as maple, walnut and cherry. The lenses of the sunglasses are made of high quality crystal, and the lenses of the glasses are customizable.

Woody’s Barcelona may be an unfamiliar name to you now, but it won’t be for long. This emerging Barcelona-based eyewear company has built its brand on wood and plans to keep it. Woodys manufactures all of its eyewear products with natural and eco-friendly materials such as birch, bamboo, zebra wood, pear and even recycled skateboard.

They have over 100 models, which come in a variety of fun, brightly colored frames and lenses. Each model is made from different cuts of wood – so no two are the same – and the craftsmen are always careful to respect the natural texture of the wood.

When it comes to their eyewear options, Woodys Barcelona sunglasses are more popular and favorites include the semi-rimless Hiroto, the square-framed Skate, as well as the round Mike frames. Popular eyewear designs include the square-framed Montmartre, as well as the oval-framed Dalston and Soho eyeglasses.

If you love glasses, it might be high time to add one of these guys to your collection. On the other hand, if you’ve never worn wooden glasses before, why not give it a try? Rumor has it that this fashion trend won’t be discontinued anytime soon.