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Lux – Zebra Wood


  • Brown lens
  • Every pair is handmade. This, along with the varying nature of wood, makes this pair of sunglasses as unique and individual as your personality.
  • Polarized lens: The HD polarized 1.1 mm TAC resin lenses are anti-reflective and provide 100% UVA/UVB protection
  • The special style with subtle color makes these sunglasses the perfect gift for any Occasion

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  • 1. WOODEN SUNGLASSES: Subtle combination between Zebra wood and metal, these make for one of the most unique pairs of sunglasses you’ll ever find.
  • 2. KEEP YOUR EYES PROTECTED – We are using 9-layer polarized lenses with the double UV blocking coating and polarizing film that make sure your eyes are fully protected against harmful ultraviolet (UV, UVA/UVB) rays!







  • 3. Ideal Fashion Accessory- This style makes you more attractive and eye-catching in outdoor activities enthusiasts or in the party, and enjoy the gushing compliments when wearing these sunglasses.
  • 4. PERFECT GIFT FOR YOURSELF OR THAT SPECIAL SOMEONE :Our sunglasses make a fantastic gift. We’ve included a great looking gift box and All the necessary accessories for sunglasses, you can carry it with you conveniently









If you own a pair of wooden sunglasses, we’ve gathered some tips on how to care for them so that they last you for as long as possible!

  • Use the case provided when not wearing
  • Clean with a soft, dry cloth. When you purchase The Bamboo Shop sunglasses we include a lens-safe microfiber cleaning cloth
  • If needed, clean the frame and lenses with lightly soaped warm water. Do not use solvents (e.g. alcohol, acetone) or aggressive detergents which may alter the features of the glasses
  • Through our proprietary finishing techniques, Sunglasses are water-resistant and will not be affected by sweat or other small amounts of water. Excessive water exposure, including – but not limited to – submersion, may cause glasses to warp.