After a multi-year process of R&D, Sunski designed a new way to use recycled plastic to achieve the style, feel, and quality for which it is known. Sunski is launching its first-ever collection of sunglasses with frames made of 100% recycled plastic. Sunglasses that look amazing and convey that Sunski love-of-life vibe.
The new Recycled Plastic Collection – available at Sunski.com and in select retailers – comes just in time for summer, with frames that live at the intersection of style and performance and built for the radical human who’s always on the move and wants a look that shifts from one environment to another as easily as they do.“We believe that companies have a responsibility to make the world a better place,” said Sunski co-founder and CEO, Tom Stewart. “Since the beginning, Sunski has donated 1 per cent of all sales to environmental non-profits fighting the effects of climate change. Now, after years of behind-the-scenes materials innovation, we are introducing our first ever collection of frames made of entirely recycled plastic. It is the first of many sustainability initiatives over the next three years that will transform the way we make our products.”
Sunski was just recently awarded the Business Of The Year Award by the Save The Waves Coalition. Sunski was recognized for not only its generous charitable efforts towards 1% For The Planet – an organization Sunski has supported since day one – but also for the company’s work in developing the Recycled Plastics collection.The new collection is made of strong, durable yet flexible recycled plastic material moulded into frames that have been designed and thoroughly tested. Three models: Portolas designed to be your every day available in Black Rose and Tortoise Aqua; Manresas a ‘Risky Business’ modernized with a bold, thicker silhouette available in Black Tortoise Aqua and Black Tortoise Slate; Chalets Retro-inspired 70s style ski aviators for sea level urban adventures, available in Grey Sky and Tortoise Forest.
Style has never felt so cool!