GRAM POLARIZED SUNGLASSES
GRAM POLARIZED SUNGLASSES
GRAM POLARIZED SUNGLASSES
GRAM POLARIZED SUNGLASSES
GRAM POLARIZED SUNGLASSES
GRAM POLARIZED SUNGLASSES

GRAM POLARIZED SUNGLASSES

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The Gram Collection       

Introducing Gram, the ultimate eco-friendly polarized sunglasses. These sunglasses feature polarized lenses that reduce glare and provide crystal clear vision, while the sleek modern square frame with wire-core temples offers a unique and stylish look. Gram is made from sustainable materials, making it a responsible choice for those who care about the environment. The wire-core temples not only add a unique touch to the design but also provide added durability. With Gram, you can enjoy the sun in style, knowing that you're making a positive impact on the planet. Whether you're a man or a woman, Gram is the perfect accessory for the stylish and environmentally conscious individual who wants to look and feel their best.

Specs

  • Lens Width (mm): 50
  • Bridge Width(mm): 23
  • Temple Length (mm): 144
  • Lens: Premium Category 3 Polarized Lens
  • 100% UVA/UVB Protection
  • Material: Hand polished ultra-lightweight eco-friendly frames are made with our very own Eco-Process which reuses 60-75% recycled & reprocessed content that would otherwise end up in landfills or our oceans. 
  • Accessories: Every pair includes a woven drawstring case and cleaning cloth.  
  • Shape: Round Sunglass
For our Planet
Planting Trees

For every pair of glasses sold, Blue Planet Eco-Eyewear plants a tree. Most of our tree's gets planted in Africa or South East Asia via Trees.org. However we have been known to also parnter with our local community, planting trees in the Ojai Valley.

And Counting
3 million pairs

For every pair of glasses sold, Blue Planet Eco-Eyewear donates a pair of glasses to a person in need. To date we have donated over 3 million pairs of glasses to help restore and protect poeple sight. Through our primary giving partners SEE.org and Feedthechildren.org.


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