The classic Dundee wayfarer fits and looks great on every face. It's constructed from 5 layers of zebrawood and rock hard maple for a durable and surprisingly lightweight frame. The zebrawood grain frame will have people staring and stopping you everyday with compliments. The base 6 frame curvature keeps sunlight out of the sides of the frame for less glare than standard sunglasses. It's even fitted with polarized Carl Zeiss brown lenses with anti-glare technology, for all day eye comfort even on the brightest days.
Frame measurements lens: 55mm W x 42mm H Bridge: 18mm W Temple: 142mm L
— Durable Zebrawood/Canadian Maple Wood Frame
— Polarized Carl Zeiss Anti-Glare Grey Lenses
— Arms Feature Spring Hinge
— Can Be Fitted With Your Own Prescription Lenses
— Sliding Bamboo Protective Hard Case
— Wool Tweed Soft Case
— Artist-Designed Cloth To Keep Lenses Clean
— Warranty: 1 Year
My name is Alex Cruft and I am one of the founders of Bosky. Hopefully this section will let you put a name and a face to the company and know that Bosky isn’t actually run by robots or something of the like.
Oregon has always had a bit of a reputation of being filled with hippies and eco-nuts and well, if you have seen the show Portlandia, that sums it all up. In reality, most of us Oregonians are just normal people who care about the planet and want to do our part in preserving it. Renewable products are a growing trend, and one that I am super excited to be a part of! I think that the way most products are made now is entirely unsustainable and that better alternatives exist. The goal at Bosky has always been to make environmentally-friendly products that get people excited. In order to do so, we have strived to try to incorporate some fantastic designs into our products.
As mentioned earlier, this is not a lone effort. Bosky couldn’t have happened without my business partner and co-founder Matthew Miner. He has definitely been a whirlwind of creative thoughts and energy. Matt has been so committed to Bosky that he managed to dislocate his shoulder while testing a prototype of our new bioplastic snow goggles.