Saturdays and District Vision release a new sport frame made out of non-edible plants

The frame is both biodegradable and recyclable.
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Saturdays x District Vision

Saturdays and District Vision have teamed up on a new version of the Takeyoshi sports sunglass that has been updated with a frame made from non-edible plants. This material is treated to create a bio-cellulose and is both biodegradable and recyclable. Made in Japan, the frames also feature a titanium core for lightweight comfort, adjustable hypoallergenic rubber nose pads, and lenses with their D+ technology that are shatterproof, oleophobic, and have a reverse lens anti-reflective coating. 

$195, saturdaysnyc.com

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