Joplins Watamu - Unisex Wood And Bio Acetate Sunglasses

By Joplins

Immerse yourself in the blend of cutting-edge design and sustainability with The Watamu Full Lens and Walnut Wood Sunglasses. These sunglasses cater to both men and women, combining style, practicality, and eco-consciousness.

Each pair of Watamu Sunglasses is handcrafted from walnut wood sourced from FSC-certified forests, reflecting our commitment to responsible and sustainable sourcing. Choose between two classic color options - the eye-catching tortoise or the sleek black - each adding a distinct aesthetic to your look.

Beyond their stylish design, The Watamu Sunglasses are fitted with next-generation lenses for superior eye protection. These lenses are polarized, effectively reducing glare for a clearer vision under bright conditions. They are also scratch and shock-resistant, ensuring durability and longevity of your sunglasses. Most importantly, they offer maximum UVA and UVB protection, shielding your eyes from the harmful effects of the sun.

The quality of our craftsmanship is confirmed with a 2-year guarantee that comes with every pair of Watamu Sunglasses. Choosing The Watamu Full Lens and Walnut Wood Sunglasses means embracing a fashion-forward accessory that respects our planet and promotes a sustainable future.

Material: Full Lens Temple and Walnut Wood legs

Lenses: Varies | New Generation of lenses with 9 layers of protection!

- 2 layers scratch-resistant,

- 2 layers shock-resistant,

- 4 layers of UV400 protection (maximum UV protection) and

- 1 main layer polarized). 

For every order Joplins plant 3 trees in countries such as Kenya, Mozambique, Uganda and Ethiopia, and remove 1kg of plastic from the oceans in Brazil and Indonesia through partnerships with the Plastic Bank and the Eden Reforestation Projects via Ecologi.

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We created Ecologi so people like you can actually take on the climate crisis

Our collective home is in the process of being turned totally upside down which is leading to strife for almost all life on Earth.

We know it’s preventable. And we know it’s not going to save itself.

So, it is up to us to solve it. But what levers can we pull? Reducing our carbon footprint is entirely necessary, but the transition of change is far slower than the time we have remaining.

The tools that we associate with fighting climate change are inadequate. What if that changed and the billions of us who care became empowered?

There are enough climate solutions that are out there right now, that if we supported them, it’d undo 30 years of carbon damage by avoiding 1,500 billion tonnes of CO2. 

This is our opportunity.