Shwood and HUF’s sunglasses collaboration is about as unique as it gets when it comes to eyewear. Crafted from old skateboard decks, these two lenses of awesome feature optical quality UVA/UVB protection. But that’s only the beginning. The dark to light wood fade features a combination of woods that include East Indian Rosewood, Walnut, Zebrawood, Cherry and Maple. It’s like wearing a classy and elegant set of living room furniture on your head except lighter and much less painful.
The packaging is pretty cool in itself with a wool drawstring sleeve for the glasses, which in turn fit into something that looks very much like a harmonica box. Unfortunately, the first run of these are sold out, but you can still get something done about that if you contact Bricksworth.com or Hufsf.com for details. It’ll cost you about $180, which is around twice what the Holly Sunglasses will cost you, but with such rareness for availability, what do you expect?
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