Heatherslade reclaimed plastic / bamboo HD polarised sunglasses | silver mirror
(1 customer review)

£35.00

Named after a stunning beach on the Gower that’s often overshadowed by its neighbour (Three Cliffs), these shades are often overlooked in favour of our floating 100% bamboo wood sunnies.  But just like Heatherslade has hidden charms, so do these sunglasses have a hidden charm – they’re made from recycled plastic. 
 

Sustainable reclaimed plastic and bamboo frame | 100% HD UV Protection | Silver mirror superflex polarised lenses | Sprung arms

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    Description

    Named after a stunning beach on the Gower that’s often overshadowed by its neighbour (Three Cliffs), these shades are often overlooked in favour of our floating 100% bamboo wood sunnies.  But just like Heatherslade has hidden charms, so do these sunglasses have a hidden charm – they’re made from recycled plastic. 
     
    –  Frames made from indestructible sustainable reclaimed plastic
    –  Arms are hand crafted from superlight bamboo and etched with the McConks logo
    –  Sprung hinges to reduce the risk of snapped arms
    –  McConks branded bamboo cyclindrical case
    –  High quality fabric glass bag
    –  100% HD UV protection – especially important around water
    –   Polarised and extra blue wavelength protection to eliminate the light scatter you get around water
    –   Reduced glare = less eye fatigue. Enjoy more time on the water
    –   12 month guarantee
    –   Complies with all international standards for sun eye protection – UK/EU (BS, EN, ISO), USA (ANSI), Aus/NZ
     
    Please note, because these frames aren’t 100% bamboo or wood, they do not float.
     

    Additional information

    Weight 0.5 kg
    Dimensions 15 × 8 × 8 cm

    1 review for Heatherslade reclaimed plastic / bamboo HD polarised sunglasses | silver mirror

    1. Mathew Silvey (verified owner)

      Great glasses, really
      Comfy and they float! Can’t ask for more

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