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Karun x Bureo Recycled Fishing Net Sunglasses

With frames made from recycled material, Karun x Bureo Recycled Fishing Net Sunglasses are the rare pair of shades you can wear to the beach while helping to keep it clean. Called Net Positiva, Bureo's signature material is made from 100% recycled/recyclable nylon fishing net, which accounts for up to 10% of the plastic in the ocean. The frames are made in Italy using the Earth-friendly plastic, and are paired with premium Carl Zeiss Polarized lenses by Karun in Chile.

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    Inspired by the elegant design of classic glasses, the Warby Parker Windsor Collection pays homage to those timeless specs while updating them for modern times. The collection includes a pair of standard titanium frames, a trio of sunglass styles, and the true highlight of the collection, two styles of acetate frames with clip-on sunglasses. The clip-ons are made with leather-wrapped stainless steel, have polarized CR-39 lenses, come with a carrying sleeve so they're always handy, and honor the collection's namesake by adding delicate outlines to the thicker frames on which they sit.

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