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Sustainable Wood Sunglasses- Tamarack- Helps Vision & Eco Projects


    The Tamarack is a modern shape that has unique lines to make it stand out.  The Tamarack is a medium to large fit and can be adjusted to get the perfect fit. Its 12-plywood construction gives it a thinner silhouette than past wood frames along with offering durability from the elements. It also features acetate tips on the temples to allow adjustability and improved comfort. 

    Extreme attention to detail is placed in each frame made, with a unique laser engraved quote on the inside arm.  Every frame purchase comes its very own Proof wood box for storage & microfiber cinch pouch to protect and clean your frames.

    A portion of each sale goes to a Do Good project all over the globe. $10 from every Wood Collection frame supports the Health & Vision projects around the world.

    • Handcrafted from sustainably sourced wood

    • Polarized anti-reflective lens | 100 UVA-UVB protection

    • Stainless steel spring-loaded hinges–fits most face shapes & sizes

    • Hand-polished with a water/sweat-resistant natural plant-based sealant

    • Quote Inside: Go out on a limb

    • Comes with a wood box & microfiber pouch

    • Not Rx-able | Frame not made to fit prescription lenses


    This socially conscious & sustainable eyewear company provides products handcrafted from sustainable materials including sustainably-sourced wood, cotton-based acetate, recycled aluminum, and repurposed skateboard decks. 

    They also embrace the idea of being global citizens by doing good around the world. A portion of each purchase goes to a worthy cause.

    Since 2010, They've helped provide tsunami relief in Japan, child soldier rehabilitation in Africa, and reforestation in Haiti. In 2013, they embraced the idea of donating funds on a project-by-project basis. That year, they donated funds to build two eye clinics in India where over one-fourth of the world’s blind population resides. Both clinics continue to provide sight–giving cataract surgeries to those in need. In 2015 they decided to give back locally & globally by donating $12,000 to El Salvador for various community projects and $12,000 to The Nature Conservancy in Idaho. They believe that even a small amount can dramatically shift the trajectory of people's lives, and it all starts with giving others the tools they need to succeed. 


    How They Give Back: 

    • Eco-Friendly
    • Sustainable
    • Gives Back
    • Social Good
    • Health Causes

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