Shwood Louisville Slugger Wood Sunglasses

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

It’s that time of year again. The unofficial start of summer – opening day. What better way to celebrate the baseball season than this awesome set of Shwood Louisville Slugger Sunglasses?

That’s right, these Shwood frames are made from wood, but not just any wood. Each set of glasses is hand crafted from Louisville Slugger Ash wood, and the details are dialed in perfectly. There are 2 different silhouettes to choose from, each of which comes in 2 different styles. You’ve got the two-tone painted dipped Select shades or the flame-tempered natural woodgrain Original option. If you ask us, you can’t go wrong with either choice. Each and every pair will come in a hand-made wooden display box alongside a branded display bat, and even a custom trading card. We can’t think of a batter way to celebrate America’s pastime. [Purchase]

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