Kane - Full Bamboo - Wooden & Bamboo Sunglasses Kane - Full Bamboo - Wooden & Bamboo Sunglasses
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Kane – Full Bamboo


  • Blue mirror lens
  • Unisex style
  • Full bamboo handmade, very lightweight and can float in the water.
  • 100% UV (UVA / UVB) protection, polarized and filter category 3
  • The classic style and flexible spring hinges make these sunglasses a comfortable fit for any face and lifestyle. This makes these sunglasses the perfect gift.
SKU: DT14035-5

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  1. HANDMADE WOOD FRAME SUNGLASSES – Each pair of sunglasses is unique and made from sustainable nature bamboo. The bamboo sunglasses are lightweight and can float in the water.
  2. DESIGNER POLARIZED LENSES – Our polarized lenses provides crystal clear vision and anti-glare with 100% UV protection, protect your eyes from the suns rays during explorations.
  3. STAINLESS STEEL SPRING LOADED HINGES – Smooth spring loaded temples for an easy, comfortable fit for all faces
  4. CLASSIC LOOK THAT’S ALWAYS IN STYLE – Classic vintage shades that looks great on everyone. A throwback style with a modern flair
  5. Bamboo sunglasses is easy to match different kinds of stylish, and perfect for outdoor activities, such as walking, cycling, driving, shopping, travelling, hiking, taking pictures, beach, etc.
  6. Its the ideal gift for your lover, family, friend or coworkers in any festival


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.