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It’s no wonder the Blackcap won frame of the year. These round wooden sunglasses are incredible little gems. Combining twelve layers of bamboo, beech, sandalwood and two recycled aluminium layers, the result is a sunglasses frame that's durable, beautiful and more sustainable. Sprung hinges give the arms flexibility and to ensure the perfect fit and polarised lenses offer 100% UVA protection (UV400). 

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+ Sizing & Fit
- Frame size: Small
- 45mm-23mm-138mm (lens, nose, temples)

This frame is best suited for smaller heads. Ideal for many face shapes and nose heights.


+ Shipping
+ Free and fast UK delivery
Estimated arrival 1-3 working days.
+ Free 30 day returns
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+ The Strata Range

This extraordinary frame has a stunning wood and aluminium finish, with detailed lines and a luxury feel. Twelve layers of wood and two core layers of aluminium give each pair a distinctive character. Expertly finished by hand with sprung temples and adjustable ends.

+ Technical Specs
- Frame size: Small
- 45mm-23mm-138mm (lens, nose, temples)
- Material: Bamboo, Beech, Sandalwood and recycled aluminium
- Colour: Dark wood grain with black acetate tips
- Gender: Unisex
- Lenses:  Polarised lenses
- 100% UVA protection (UV400)
- OBE Sprung hinges
- Eco-cork case
- Share Your Sun cloth

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wood with natural graining

Mindful materials

Wood is one of earth's most plentiful and renewable materials. Strong, tactile and biodegradable.

The main benefits include:

• Sustainably sourced.
• Hypoallergenic & safe for your skin.
• Beautiful characteristics.
• Fully compostable.
• Biodegrades in naturally.

Caring for communities


Every pair sold helps to combat poverty and climate change through our partnership with SolarAid. Using Solar energy in rural Africa cuts CO2 Emissions from toxic fuel sources and helps provide a brighter future.