Ozeano Freshie (Blue Tang) - Polarised Sunglasses
The 'Freshie' takes its inspiration from one of Sydney's favourite Northern Beaches, Freshwater Beach.
These sustainable sunglasses offer the perfect blend of square and round shape, with a rigid top and curved bottom combining to provide a look that will stand the test of time. Featuring a striking frame with a comfy keyhole nose bridge and circular UV400 protection premium lenses, The Freshie is a true classic you can always rely on.
These blue polarised sunglasses are named after the striking colour of the Blue Tang fish (made popular by Finding Dory) and the vibrant blue colour their bodies become as they mature.
- Certified sustainable polarised sunglasses; ethically handmade by artisans
- Innovative plant-based acetate from Mazzucchelli 1849 - 100% recyclable and 100% biodegradable in 115 days
- Sustainable GOTS-certified organic cotton pouch and cleaning cloth
All Ozeano polarised sunglasses come with market-leading polarised lenses that feature:
- Polarisation filter that blocks 99% of all glare and increases visual clarity, creating a lens that is perfect for exploring nature in high glare environments
- Anti-scratch coatings that offer superior protection against marks and dramatically increases the robustness and longevity of the lens
- Superhydrophobic coating that repels liquid and is anti-static, ensuring the lens is extremely resistant to water, sweat, oil, grease, dirt, dust etc.
- Anti-reflective layer that reduces UV and harmful blue light, providing full UV400 protection
Ozeano are carbon-neutral and are BCorp Certified
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One Percent for the Planet is an international organisation whose members contribute at least one percent of their annual revenue to environmental causes to protect the environment.
The aim is to offer accountability, prevent greenwashing and certify reputable giving.
It all started when two businessmen met and bonded over their shared love for the outdoors. Realizing their responsibility to protect our planet, they decided to give 1% of their sales back to the environment—whether or not they were profitable.
In 2002, Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, and Craig Mathews, founder of Blue Ribbon Flies, created 1% for the Planet and started a global movement.