August 14, 2013

WOOED features on GoGreen

WOOED’s sunglasses are only made using reclaimed wood or wood that is sustainably harvested. For example, quality woods such as rosewood, walnut and zebrawood are obtained from fine furniture making, and then given a new life as sunglasses. The WOOED Team is also committed to planting one tree for every pair of sunglasses purchased through the Plant it 2020 campaign.

The touch of nature infused into WOOED’s wooden sunglasses is both exquisite and distinctive. Many different kinds of wood are used – ranging from elegant rosewood, to the unique looking zebrawood, to even the ultra-lightweight bamboo. As such, you can be sure that you will be able to find a pair that not only suits your needs, but also your personality. Each product is uniquely designed by nature, and has a distinctive texture, pattern and fragrance so each pair of sunglasses is exclusive to her owner.

The WOOED team also recognizes the importance of functionality in sunglasses. The WOOED team is loves travel and adventure, and they have designed their sunglasses to accompany you through your every adventure all over the world – whether in the city, along the beach and even through the forests. Hence, every pair of WOOED sunglasses comes equipped with high quality 100% UVA/B polarized lens that guarantee full protection from the sun. In addition, WOOED’s frames are renowned for their comfort and durability. They are lightweight, water resistant and the bamboo collection even floats on water, making them perfect for even your surfing holiday.

WOOED’s sunglasses can be found online at http://wooedbywood.com and are also stocked in several boutiques around USA and even in Bali. Shipping is free within USA but international shipping is also conveniently available for only a small fee.

 

About Go Green

'Go Green' is an e-initiative of Ekotribe. According to Sharad Agarwal, CEO of Cyber Gear, "The 'Go Green' web site has been set up to remind people to be mindful of and sensitive to the natural environment in our daily life.

 

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