Introducing the BOBO BIRD Black Walnut Wood Bamboo Polarized Sunglasses, a perfect blend of style, functionality, and sustainability. Crafted with precision and attention to detail, these sunglasses are designed to elevate your look while protecting your eyes from harmful UV rays.
Made from the finest quality black walnut wood and bamboo, each pair of sunglasses is unique and showcases the natural beauty of these eco-friendly materials. The combination of wood and bamboo not only adds a touch of elegance but also ensures durability and long-lasting performance.
These sunglasses feature polarized lenses that reduce glare, enhance visual clarity, and provide 100% UV 400 protection. Whether you’re strolling on the beach, driving, or simply enjoying outdoor activities, these sunglasses offer optimal eye protection and a crisp, clear view.
The package includes a branded retail box, a cleaning cloth for maintenance, a stylish wooden case to store your sunglasses securely, a glasses bag for on-the-go convenience, and a test card to verify the authenticity of your BOBO BIRD sunglasses.
Please note that the color of the sunglasses may slightly vary due to the season and age of the wood used in their construction. This natural color-changing process is influenced by factors such as sunlight, temperature, and climate, adding to the uniqueness and charm of each pair.
With BOBO BIRD, you not only get a high-quality and fashionable accessory but also contribute to a sustainable future. Join us in our commitment to preserving the environment by choosing products made from renewable resources.
Experience unparalleled style, comfort, and protection with the BOBO BIRD Black Walnut Wood Bamboo Polarized Sunglasses. Visit our website, ForestBamboo.com, to explore our full range of bamboo products and accessories that embody the essence of eco-friendly living.
Please Note : Due to the season and age of the wood chosen for your unique BOBO BIRD sunglasses, colors may be darker or lighter (within reason and hue) than the photo. The sun, temperature, and climate all play huge roles in the color changing process.