Mzuri Rose Tortoiseshell Oversized Cat Eye Sunglasses
Mzuri Rose Tortoiseshell Oversized Cat Eye Sunglasses

Mzuri Rose Tortoiseshell Oversized Cat Eye Sunglasses

Bio-acetate pink tortoiseshell oversized sunglasses.
Regular price£125.00
Tax included.

The Mzuri pink tortoiseshell oversized sunglasses is wearable glamour at its finest. The oversize cat-eye silhouette are made from sustainable bio-acetate (certified biodegradable) with grey lenses. The dramatic size of these glamorous oversized sunnies guarantees you great coverage and vintage styling in the sun. Style at home or aboard.

Pala's eco-friendly sunglasses give 100% UVA/UVB protection and can be used with prescription lenses through your local optician. Each frame comes with a soft microfiber bag to protect and clean you lenses and a sustainable case woven from recycled plastic bags and waste, made in partnership with CARE4basket.


Material: Bio-acetate frame certified 100% bio-degradable and eco-friendly lens (39% plant resin, scratch resistant with uv400 protection).
Size: Frame width: 51 mm | Bridge width: 21 mm | Temple length: 140 mm / Frame width: 2 in | Bridge width: 0.8 in | Temple length: 5.5 in
Care instructions:

Shipped from the UK. Delivery 3-5 days. Free returns to our UK Warehouse.

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Pala Eyewear

Pala Eyewear is a purpose driven eyewear brand founded by John Pritchard in 2016. Balancing style and sustainability, they produce high quality, long-lasting eyewear with a commitment to minimising impact on the planet and maximising positive social impact on people. For every pair of sunglasses sold, Pala give back to eye-care programmes in Africa by providing grants to vision centres, dispensaries and screening programmes. To date, thousands of sight-impaired people have had their lives changed and their ability to earn an income enhanced thanks to receiving a pair of prescription glasses. Pala also work alongside a Ghanaian-based NGO to support weaving communities to make their protective sunglasses cases utilising plastic destined for landfill.

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