We are still testing our products so your feedback will be invaluable to us. We are selling only 500 units at a special discounted price.
These are more than just sustainable sunglasses. They are:
Can our design get more catty than this? Probably, but there are pretty cat-eye inspired.
UV Polarized, and so they actually protect your eyes from the sun.
Feather-light on your head but still with that trendy thick look. They weigh just 26 grams.
Durable and bendy, so if they don’t fit your face perfectly, they bend and adapt easily. And these won’t break even if you sit on them, or throw them off a building.
Medium-sized, and in a suave Charcoal Black colour that you won’t find anywhere else. Please see the image gallery for product sizing / dimensions.
Add yes, these will be the most sustainable sunglasses you’ll ever own:
Scan the QR Code on the side of the sunglasses to see the impact you’re creating – where the waste came from, which waste-pickers collected it and worked on it.
Frames are made from post-consumer “impossible-to-recycle” plastic waste – think packets of chips, chocolate wrappers, etc. 0% of this multi-layered packaging (MLP) is recycled globally, but we’ve found a way, and you’re helping by buying these. And yes, these are the world’s first recycled sunglasses made from packets of chips.
1 sunglasses frame = 5 packets of chips recycled.
10% of all our sales go towards school scholarships for children of waste-pickers. Waste-pickers are also formally incorporated into our supply chain, and help make your sunglasses. And we pay a premium to waste-pickers for this waste that no one buys.
Our packaging is plastic-free and sustainable.
Even the carbon footprint of your delivery is neutralized through Climes.io.
And if these sunglasses break, send them back to us for free so we can recycle them for you.
So when you wear these sunglasses, you’re not just wearing sunglasses, you’re wearing change.
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WITHOUT™ is built by Ashaya, a social enterprise based in Pune, Maharashtra that is reimagining waste and poverty.