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Sustainable Wood Sunglasses - Uinta - Helps Vision & Eco Projects


    The Uinta [pronounced 'you-in-ta'] is an over-sized women's cat-eye frame, its style and design are unmatched with a high fashion look that pushes the boundaries of sustainable style. Named after the bold mountain range found in Utah, these frames will create a bold style that is timeless with any look. 

    Extreme attention to detail is placed in each frame and every style features a unique laser engraved quote on the inside arm.  Every frame purchase comes standard with a wood box for storage & microfiber cinch pouch to protect and clean your frames.

    A portion of each sale goes to our Do Good program. $10 from every Wood Collection frame supports Health & Vision, Education, Environmental, and Empowerment projects benefiting people around the world.

    • Handcrafted from sustainably sourced wood

    • Polarized 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: Cultivate kindness

    • Comes with a wood box & microfiber pouch



    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
    • Environmental Causes



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