Kaka | Tortoiseshell

£79.00 £99.00

Free shipping and 30 day returns




The Kaka in tortoiseshell is a masterfully designed eco-conscious frame, combining the best sustainable materials with a cat-eye sunglasses shape. Suited for all occasions, every detail of the bio-acetate and wooden frame has been designed to make you look great whilst remaining comfortable. All Birds come with polarised lenses with 100% UVA/UVB protection to keep your eyes safe. The Kaka can also be fitted with any prescription lenses, has easily adjusted acetate temples, and is finished with sprung hinges ensuring a guaranteed comfortable fit.


+ Sizing & Fit
- Frame size: Medium
- 52mm-22mm-140mm (lens, nose, temples)

This frame is best suited for regular heads (55-57cm). 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 Clarity Range

A sustainable bio-acetate frame, carefully finished with sprung hinges and adjustable temple ends to ensure the best fit. This frame is made with Mazzucchelli cellulose acetate, a naturally derived material made from wood pulp. Providing an eco-friendly alternative to petroleum-based plastics. The wooden temples are made using sustainably certified woods, layered for extra strength, and inlaid with our bird motif.

+ Technical Specs
- Frame size: Medium
- 52mm-22mm-140mm (lens, nose, temples)
- Colour: Tortoiseshell with wooden temples
- Gender: Unisex
- Material: Italian Mazzucchelli bio-acetate, beech and sandalwood
- Lenses: Charcoal polarised lenses 100% UVA protection (UV400) - Built-in flexible micro-hinges
- Sustainable Eco-cork case
- Recycled Share Your Sun cloth

Caring for communities

#ShareYourSun

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.