Rindill

£129.00

Free shipping and 30 day returns






The Rindill is a striking pair of sunglasses and one of our most innovative fusion frames, combining repurposed zebrano and sandalwood with two recycled aluminium layers. These extremely durable sunglasses are carefully hand finished with adjustable temple ends and sprung hinges to give the arms flexibility and ensure a comfortable fit. Polarised lenses offer 100% UVA protection (UV400) to keep your eyes safe all day long. You can wear what you stand for with these eco conscious sunglasses.

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+ Sizing & Fit
- Frame size: Medium
- 50mm-20mm-142mm (lens, nose, temples)

This frame is best suited for regular heads (55-57cm). Ideal for many face shapes and nose heights.

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+ Shipping
Free and fast UK delivery
Estimated arrival 1-3 working days (48hr tracked)

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: Medium
- 50mm-20mm-142mm (lens, nose, temples)
- Material: Zebrano, sandalwood and recycled aluminium
- Colour: light wood grain with black acetate tips
- Gender: Unisex
- Polarised lenses
- OBE Sprung hinges
- 100% UVA protection (UV400)
- Sustainable Handmade Cork Case
- Recycled Share Your Sun cloth




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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.