What is Shade Shack all about?
We have combined our enthusiasm for all things travel and sustainability to bring you some of the most stylish and considered sunglasses out there.
Crafted from renewable materials, our shades look great, protect your eyes and give you a healthy dose of good vibes, too, as you’re helping to protect the planet when you buy them.
Why do you use the materials you do?
Bamboo and wood can all be sourced sustainably and without causing damage to our already delicate planet, especially as we partner with One Tree Planted to plant a tree for every pair of sunglasses you buy. Plastic is a wasteful material, so if we can use a greener alternative that can be replenished, we will.
It doesn’t hurt that all of these materials look incredible, too!
Are your sunglasses just trendy or are they actually good?
Fashion without functionality isn’t an option for us.
Given how much we love getting out and experiencing the world, we need to be sure that our eyes are in good shape and protected from the harmful rays of the sun. As such, all of our lenses are CAT-3 certified and offer 100% protection from UVA/UVB rays.
Our frames are also given plenty of attention, and are handmade by talented artisans.
Look good, feel good, do good. That’s the Shade Shack trifecta.
Will your products last?
Yes, and what’s more, as they get a little older and develop some character, they’ll only ever look better. Bamboo and wood are such durable materials that they will withstand general use with ease, as long as you keep them in their case when you're not wearing them.
Where are your products made?
We source our sunglasses from manufacturers in China. Our products have been handmade with dedicated production lines and talented individuals who oversee quality control for us.
Are your sunglasses eco-friendly?
Compared to conventional plastic sunglasses, our products are an eco-warrior's dream. With natural materials being used, and with a tree planted for every pair of sunglasses you buy, we are the future of sunglasses production and hope to make plastic a thing of the past.