By Tyler Leli @jetleli on April 2, 2014
If you’re not familiar with the sunglasses brand Shwood, allow us to introduce you to the company that makes shades out of recycled Louisville Slugger baseball bats. Yes, you read that right. So even if you’re not a baseball nut, owning a pair of these is way cooler than the sunglasses you’ll find at the mall. Check out these top styles from Shwood.
The aviator-inspired modeling of the Ashland pays tribute to classic utilitarian design while adding a unique twist to the traditional aesthetics. Offered in Dark Walnut or Zebrawood and coupled with polarized lenses, the Ashland follows in the footsteps of its forefathers delivering stylish simplicity.
Bold and confident, the Haystack calls for attention with its strong silhouette and thick features.
Crafted from U.S.-grown Louisville Slugger ash wood. The Shwood for Louisville Slugger Original Collection re-imagines retired bats into eyewear as a tribute to America's favorite pastime.
This made-to-look-rugged style is a collaboration of the Bushmills and Bodega collections at Shwood. This specific style is limited to 100 pieces and made from genuine White Oak Bushmills Irish whiskey barrels.
Fusing genuine slate with premium Birch and Walnut wood, the new Stone Collection is our most innovative product yet. Polished stainless steel inlays complete the look, striking the perfect balance between rugged and refined, as we continue our perpetual quest to experiment with nature. =Each pair comes packaged with a semi-hard travel case, hand sewn from premium grade leather.
Bold and confident, the Haystack calls for attention with its strong silhouette and thick features, wrapped in Dark Walnut.
The Eugene's sleek silhouette combines a metal rim and bridge with dark, subtle hardwoods for a timeless and refined look. The simple aesthetic compliments a wide variety of face shapes, a perfect choice for anyone desiring sharp, classic style. The Eugene is available with either a Grey Carl Zeiss or green G15 polarized lens. G15 lenses were originally developed for US Air Force pilots.
Shwood's original wooden sunglasses. Since the beginning, the Canby has been Shwood’s flagship model, and for good reason. The classic wayfarer styling and refined aesthetics of the Canby lay the groundwork for an entire wooden eyewear revolution. The Canby mixes timeless style with the luxuriousness of exotic hardwoods for a look that's simple yet unforgettable.
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