Karmawood wooden sunglasses
Sustainability, cool materials and a timeless, classic design - these ideals are united under the brand umbrella of Karmawood. This involves much more than just following consumerism and trends. For the label’s first line, the four friends -Trutz von Klodt, Nikolai Bender, Carlo Böninger and Sönke Dierks - have relied on an attention to detail and focused on wood. Their passion is reflected in each pair of Karmawood sunglasses. The sunglasses are all made in the port city of Hamburg – another passion, besides using wood, which connects the four friends.
All Karmawood sunglasses are made from natural and renewable raw wood, which sparkles with its lightness and stability. Black and white bamboo, zebrano, redwood and green sandalwood are all used in the range.
Karmawood is guided by the superstars of the eyewear world – both creatively and in terms of the shapes used - and is aimed at both ladies and gentlemen. For example, the classic Monument takes on a modern wayfarer shape. Large, angular and distinctive - the Wayfarer-style enjoys genuine cult status and suits almost every face shape. Not least because this shape can be found on almost all of the world's catwalks. Casual and cool - the Airhead light, with its rounded frame and teardrop-shaped glasses is reminiscent of the popular aviator shape. With these glasses you’ll always be regarded as a trendsetter, so don’t miss out on the wood! Whilst its predecessors are made entirely from wood, the Bendii combines a wooden front with colourful eco-acetate arms. What makes this material particularly interesting is that it is produced from recycled plastic bottles. Therefore, thanks to the different shades and material structures, each pair of glasses is unique.
Karmawood’s glasses shine out from the crowd with their lightweight frames and flexible hinges, which provide high levels of comfort. The brown-tinted lenses actively protect against harmful UV rays and provide a stylish look.