Petrel - Eco Friendly 100% Sustainable Wooden Sunglasses
Petrel | Regular Fit
Reframe your world with award-winning sustainable eyewear.
Made by Bird Eyewear - Sustainable Award-winning Sunglasses & Ethical Eyewear
The Petrel is one of our top sellers, made from sustainable beech plywood.
Traditional wood laminating methods create a distinctive colour contrast and greater overall strength while still being lightweight. With polarised lenses and strong ply construction, the Petrel is simply the best do-it-all frame! These sustainable wooden sunglasses are as at home in the mountains as they are in the office (they have been thoroughly tested!).
The frame size ensures full coverage and traditional wood laminating methods create strength while still being lightweight.
These eco-friendly sunglasses are handcrafted with certified sustainable beechwood, and the varied wooden texture means that every single pair is truly unique. Polarised Lenses give you 100% UV Protection to keep your eyes safe from the glare all day long!
Frame size: Medium
- 52mm-20mm-148mm(lens, nose, temples)
This frame is best suited for regular heads (55-57cm). Ideal for many face shapes and nose heights.
- Material: layered Beechwood
- Colour: light natural wood grain
- Gender: Unisex
- Lenses: Polarised lenses (Charcoal)
- 100% UVA protection (UV400)
- OBE Sprung hinges
Why we love Birds:
A Certified B Corp Company
You’ll receive your glasses sustainably packaged and protected in a beautiful handmade eco-cork case.
Your glasses are made from sustainable materials & not petroleum and oil based plastics.
Every pair comes with a Share Your Sun cleaning cloth made from recycled bottles.
Polarised Lenses give you 100% UV Protection to keep your eyes safe from the glare all day long.
Each frame is lovingly pack with recycled, sustainable and compostable packaging as standard.
When you choose Bird, you help bring the gift of clean and safe light to a family in central Africa through our Share Your Sun partnership with SolarAid.
Every pair of Birds gives back through our Share Your Sun partnership with SolarAid. Helping to distribute solar light to families in Zambia and Malawi, replacing the use of fossil fuel burning lamps.