Enjoy The Sunshine With Walden Eyewear ‘Woods’ Sunglasses from Huckberry

If you’re like me, you have a hard time branching when it comes to new clothing and gear. You go back and forth about price, design, and any other hang-ups you might have when making a purchase. Getting a pair of the new Walden Eyewear “Woods” sunglasses was the easiest purchase I’ve made in a long time.

What makes Walden Eyewear sunglasses so amazing is that they take classic looks and make the perfect updates to the designs to keep things fresh. Plus, they’re built to last, they’re made from sustainable materials, and you don’t have to break the bank. Huckberry has been making sure you look your best without it costing you a fortune.

Click below the style of sunglasses that’s exactly right for you.

GET YOUR WALDEN WOODS SUNGLASSES HERE

Details:

  • Hyper-wearable sunglasses modeled after 1950s rectangular frames
  • Keyhole nose bridge pays homage to vintage designs
  • Overall proportions updated for modern times
  • Semi-flat ‘2 base’ sun lenses
  • Tapered temple shape maximizes comfort and fit
  • Custom double diamond rivet detailing at the temples
  • Durable five-barrel riveted hinges
  • Frames made with recycled steel and bio-acetate
  • Lenses made from “green nylon,” which includes plant-based materials
  • Comes with a protective sleeve for safe keeping
  • Recycled PET microfiber cloth with custom Walden artwork
  • Available in Black, Matte Tortoise, and Champagne

Get yourself a pair of Walden sunglasses before the sun goes down!

SHOP WALDEN EYEWEAR X HUCKBERRY HERE

 




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