The weather in the Philippines is unpredictable; it can go from sunny to rainy and back in a matter of minutes, so it’s always good to be prepared. While everyone fears getting caught in the rain, we often forget how important it is to protect our eyes from the sun’s rays.
With the threat of global warming looming above us, sunscreen and proper eye protection are daily must-haves for all Filipinos. Faced with the increase in eco-friendly practices to counter a company’s carbon footprint, brands have adopted more sustainable marketing habits, such as reducing their use of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles, replacing straws plastic by metal or paper straws and prefer paper bags to paper bags. plastic bags.
Wodd PH is one such brand. They are a company that gives back to the environment with their sustainable bamboo sunglasses. Thanks to its partnership with the Haribon Foundation, each pair of sunglasses you buy is equivalent to a tree planted.
The company has won several national awards for being the best authentic eyewear store in the country. This is reinforced by its excellent craftsmanship and dedication to providing eyewear that is both fashionable and environmentally friendly.
Each pair of sunglasses is designed with the “Wodd difference” in mind and this characteristic is particularly visible in its lenses. Wodd PH sunglasses feature FVA Cat.3 UV 400 lenses that are impact resistant and provide 100% protection from the sun’s UV rays. These lenses are also polarized, making the sunglasses perfect for beachgoers and drivers on long trips, as they eliminate glare and provide visual clarity.
As well as being made from sustainable bamboo resources, a pair of sunglasses from Wodd are guaranteed to be long-lasting thanks to their double-barrel spring hinges, which allow them to fit snugly around anyone’s temples. ‘anyone. This feature prevents the sunglasses from slipping and provides maximum comfort to its wearer.
What started as a need for eco-friendly souvenirs has grown into a growing bamboo sunglasses brand that continues to expand its market and promote locally made products globally. Wodd co-founder Stephene Roy Condino is optimistic that Wodd’s sustainability practices will soon make it one of the most recognized premium bamboo sunglasses brands in the Philippines.
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