Wood is sturdy, lightweight and long-lasting, which is why we selected it for our Sunglasses by Tower material. They just sort of season over time. They don't degrade. We also glaze our wood in a wax finish that not only makes our sunglasses look beautiful, but adds yet another protective layer against harmful external conditions.
That being said, wood sunglasses are more about style than durability. Plastic sunglasses are much more unbreakable. The take away is don't sit on your pair of wood sunglasses to see if they can take it. They can't. Wood may be a beautiful and enduring material, but that doesn't mean wood sunglasses can't break.
Is it alright if my sunglasses get wet?
How should I clean my polarized lenses?
How should I care for my sunglasses?
What is a polarized lens?
Do these sunglasses offer UV protection?
What kind of wood are these sunglasses made out of?
Where can I find the frame measurements?
My frames are crooked! How should I get them adjusted?
There's a scratch on my lens. What should I do?
Do these float?
Can I buy the wood case by itself?
My lenses broke. Can I get a replacement lens?
My frames broke. Can I get a replacement pair?
How durable are the wooden frames?
My hinge broke. Can I order a replacement hinge?
Will my hinges rust if they get wet?
Are these lenses polarized?
What color are the lenses?
Are these better on wide or narrow faces?
Are these handmade?
Where are these manufactured?
Will these frames give me a sliver?
Can I sand my frames?
Does the "Tower" engraving on the lens affect my peripheral area of vision?
Does Tower sell other products?
What are the lenses made out of?
What kind of varnish is on the frames?