7 Reasons Everyone Should Own Wood Polarized Sunglasses

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  1. Uniqueness – Every pair of wood sunglasses is different from the next because of the uniqueness of every piece of wood that is used. No two pieces of wood are the same, so that means that no two pairs of sunglasses are the same. It truly is a one-of-a-kind pair of sunglasses.
  2. Durability – Wood sunglasses used to have a bad rap for always breaking or falling apart over time, but that is in the PAST. Tmbr. wood sunglasses are very durable and can withstand a drop, fall, or slide across the dash. Each pair is treated to keep the wood durable, long-lasting, and protected from drying out and becoming fragile. All Tmbr. wood sunglasses come with stainless steel flex hinges to increase their durability.
  3. Polarized – Every pair of Tmbr. sunglasses are polarized to help protect your eyes from harmful sun rays.
  4. Stand Out -We believe your sunglasses should represent who you are, and we are pretty positive that isn't boring. Tmbr. wood sunglasses stand out, and we have heard 100's of times how our customers have received compliments within the first day of them wearing their sunglasses around.
  5. Lightweight – Wood sunglasses can be very lightweight depending on the wood thickness that is used. We use a variety of other materials like titanium and acetate in our sunglasses to ensure they remain lightweight and provide a comfortable fit on the face. If they are not comfortable, send them back within 90 days for a refund.
  6. Options, Options, Options – Another great reason to own a wood sunglasses, is because of the many different wood options to choose from. If you prefer a dark sunglasses, you can choose from walnut or ebony. We also carry different maple and bamboo styles if you are looking for a brighter and more vibrant pair.
  7. Get Better with Age – Just like the wood on your coffee table, the more use that the wood gets, the better it starts to look. The oils from your hands and face brings out the different colors and grains in the wood.