Waterhaul Fitzroy Slate Grey Sunglasses
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The 'Fitzroy' Sunglasses from Waterhaul are a must-have for any movers and shakers, with a sophisticated rectangular shape that suits all face shapes, and a classic slate grey colour that you can't go wrong with.
These sunnies are not only unbelievably stylish, but crafted with 100% recycled polypropylene trawl nets and lines, making for a pair that is sustainable, sturdy, and aiding in the protection of the environment. What more could you want?
The benefits of these glasses don't stop at the frames, with mineral glass lenses that are polarised, effectively blocking horizontal light rays that bounce off of reflective surfaces, ridding that awful glare you get from surfaces like water, snow and roads. This means more clarity and less distraction while wearing these frames, making for a pair of sunnies that can be worn in any environment, in any weather. Not only do these glasses make life easier for you, but they also protect your eyes! They feature an anti-reflective treatment on the inside of the lens, which filters light that hits the back of the lens, from behind you. This light can damage the eye if exposed over time, so this treatment minimises risks to your eyesight.
- Glass lenses, not plastic. Glass is infinitely recyclable, and does not produce microplastics when cut.
- ‘Recycle and Replace’ lifetime guarantee.
- Made from 100% recycled polypropylene nets and lines.
- Ultra-durable five barrel hinges.
- Scratch resistant (no more worrying about sand!)
- Mineral glass has the greatest optical clarity of all lens materials, with an Abbe value of 59.
- Frame Width: 139 Mm
- Frame Height: 48.5 Mm
- Bridge Width: 20.5 Mm
- Arm Length: 136.5 Mm
About Waterhaul -
Waterhaul was founded by a group of marine conservationists in Cornwall (just like us!) that were growing increasingly frustrated at the sights of their local beaches being tarnished with plastic, fishing lines and offcuts. This inspired them to create a solution, and Waterhaul was born. They worked with many mechanical recycling facilities to process a plethora of discarded fishing gear, and the first pair of Waterhaul sunnies was created in 2018. Since then, they have expanded their collection, and continued to recycle the strongest plastics found in the oceans to produce a line of incredible products in the most sustainable way. Waterhaul eyewear is not only sustainable, but is made for adventures, and meets the technical demands of UV exposure, water exposure, and the sturdy frames will last you a lifetime, so you don’t have to worry about slowing down. Waterhaul strive to run a business that is entirely circular, and never want to see a pair of their sunnies in landfill, so if you do happen to break a pair (good luck!), they will offer to repair or recycle your glasses and provide a replacement frame, free of charge.