Pala

Zuri Sunglasses

Colours: Pink Tortoiseshell
€94.00

Bigger is better. These statement sunglasses in an oversized cat-eye design provide wearable glamour without overdoing it. This frame comes in a glossy black recycled acetate with a soft solid smoked lens.


Shipping costs: / Free shipping over €75
Estimated delivery time: ca. 3-5 days
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DETAILS
Can be used with prescription lenses through your local optician Pala gives a pair of spectacles for every pair we sell Sustainable case woven from recycled plastic bags and waste 100% UVA protection
CARE INSTRUCTIONS
You have both a soft bag and the semi-hard woven case to protect your eyewear. We highly recommend using both together to ensure full protection at all times. The soft bag is made from microfiber so is the perfect material to give those lenses a good wipe.
COMPOSITION
  • British Designed
  • Custom made cellulose acetate frame
  • CR39 lenses with 100% UVA/UVB protection
  • Stainless steel 3 barrel hinges
  • Microfiber soft bag for cleaning and protecting your lenses

ABOUT THE BRAND

Why we love it: Pala truly puts people and planet before profits, and creates beautiful affordable eyewear at the same time.

Pala's mission is to put an end to poverty, to protect the planet and to enable all people to enjoy peace and prosperity. Some examples: Pala gives back by sponsoring eyecare projects in Africa and give a pair of spectacles for every pair we sell, they put £1.00 towards offsetting the CO2 cost of each delivery and their recycled plastic cases are handwoven by women in Africa.

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