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As a guy you really have two options when it comes to sunglasses.  You can either drop a paycheck on a pair of designer shades or you can collect the change from your sofa cushions and buy some cheap-o knockoffs made by Versachi or Prado.  Either way, there’s gonna be people out there with the exact same pair you’ve got.  To avoid buying some overproduced eyewear, rock a pair of wooden sunglasses from Capital.  Each pair is made by hand, meaning each pair is unique.  The company, which is run by a group of guys committed to using sustainable materials, produces wooden sunglasses based on vintage designs.  Each frame has Carl Zeiss Sola lenses, French Comotec Hinges and is crafted from American Hardwoods sourced from the US.  Plus, they look way better than you’d originally think when you hear “wooden sunglasses.”

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