Stylish Sunglasses That Give Back


Upgrade your shades—and help save the world’s forests—by switching to these very cool-looking Woodzee sunglasses ($125,, crafted with environmentally friendly water buffalo horn (front) and zebrawood (arms).

“We went with buffalo-horn trimmings because petroleum materials—which aren’t biodegradable—would defeat the company’s mission of using recycled materials,” says Woodzee founder Luke Winter. “Water buffalo aren’t harmed in the process since the materials are sourced from pretrimmed horn materials—the horn grows like a fingernail and must be trimmed for all buffalo that work as service animals.”

For every pair bought, Woodzee plants a tree somewhere in the world; and if you let the company recycle or donate your old pair, you’ll get 40% off a new pair.