Shwood Titanium Sunglasses Collection

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

The Portland based designers at Shwood have been wowing us for years with their innovative and stylish eyewear designs. After setting themselves apart years ago with wooden shades, the brand looks to once again grab some attention with the release of their Shwood Fifty/Fifty Titanium Sunglasses Collection.

With summer season nearly upon us, Shwood couldn’t have thought up a better time to unveil these beauties. As part of the Spring/Summer 2014 collection, these sunglasses feature lightweight titanium constructed frames mated to their domestic walnut hardwood temples, and finished off with a set of Carl Zeiss lenses (each set of frames is prescription ready as well). There are three different styles to choose from, all of which will be available just in time for the summer months. [Purchase]

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