Nyota Amber Yellow Wayfarer Sunglasses
Nyota Amber Yellow Wayfarer Sunglasses
Nyota Amber Yellow Wayfarer Sunglasses
Nyota Amber Yellow Wayfarer Sunglasses

Nyota Amber Yellow Wayfarer Sunglasses

Bio-acetate yellow square sunglasses with green lenses.
Regular price£110.00
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Tax included.

The refined square shape of Nyota is an unisex, ageless, enduring design that will stand the test of time whatever the weather or destination. Made from sustainable bio-acetate (certified biodegradable), the square sunglasses feature a yellow frame with bottle green Grilamid lenses.

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: 19 mm | Temple length: 140 mm / Frame width: 2 in | Bridge width: 0.7 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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ABOUT THE BRAND

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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