Crafted out of sustainably grown, eco-friendly bamboo, the bamboo eyeglasses are nothing short of functional art pieces. Our range of bamboo eyeglasses have been designed meticulously to adorn your face while offering you visual clarity and comfort.
The Beauty of Bamboo
Aesthetic: Our frames are a specimen of incredible, immaculate craftsmanship that has managed to forge out a luxe appeal from nature’s beauty and bounty. The uniqueness of these frames is sure to make a lasting impression and make you stand out from the crowd of regular plastic frames (dare we say, redundant).
Versatile: The woody earthy brown not only adds to the organic appeal of the frames but also lends a neutral tone to this beautiful pair. Thus, giving you the freedom to pair it up with a rainbow of colors. This pair can take you from the boardroom to the beach and then to the bar with equal élan.
Eco-friendly: These bamboo frames take you a step closer to creating a more sustainable and eco-friendly wardrobe. Moreover, we source our bamboo sustainably from responsible farms that are an effective tool for carbon sequestration. Bamboo is super-fast growing, thus, making it a renewable resource.
Durable: The bamboo frames can last you a lifetime with the right care. It packs in the strength of wood while offering lightweight comfort. It has been treated and seasoned to last for a very long time.
Lens Options with Our Bamboo Sunglasses
Whether you have prescription power for nearsightedness or farsightedness, or you just want to safeguard your eyes from the damages induced by screen usage; there is a compatible lens available for you.
You can get your bamboo frames with –
Single Vision or powered lenses Zero power lenses.
Digital screen protection lenses.
Bifocal or progressive lenses.
Tips to Take Care of Your Bamboo Eyeglasses
Use a lens cleaning solution spray and the microfiber cloth that comes with every EyeMyEye purchase to clean the lenses gently.
Avoid soaking or oversaturating the frames with water.
If your frame becomes completely wet, then wipe off the water with the microfiber cloth and let the frame dry out. Once it dries out, you may use linseed oil or skin-friendly wood wax to create a natural seal.