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Savio – Veneer Wood 1.200.000 
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Savio – Veneer Wood


  • Lens color: Brown
  • Every pair is hand made from the finest wood and acetate offers a comfortable fit that is durable and sturdy
  • Uses high quality stainless steel spring hinges
  • TAC lenses polarized with 100% UV 400 protection
  • Elegant Gift Box Provided: Perfect gift for sport and outdoor activities fans.  Idea for your friends!

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  1. CLASSIC LOOK THAT’S ALWAYS IN STYLE – Classic vintage shades that looks great on everyone. A throwback style with a modern flair
  2. Veneer Wood Sunglasses offer a combination of 100% Veneer Wood arms that support a clear acetate gentle frame.
  3. HD POLARIZED LENS – Filtering Out 99% of Reflected Glare, High-Definition Lens Give You a Natural & Clear Vision. Blocking 100% Harmful UVA,UVB & UVC Rays.
  4. SPRING HINGES – spring hinges legs allow the arms to extend past the traditional 15 degree range of movement, make the sunglasses more flexible and comfortable to wear.
  5. 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.