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Sunski launches a collection of recycled plastic eyewear

The new line is stronger, more comfortable, and reasonably priced.
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Sunski Recycled Plastics

San Francisco-based Sunski is making a big update to its eyewear collection with new styles that are made out of 100% recycled plastic. The frames were the end result of years of r&d to create a brand new manufacturing process. They have also managed to make the frames stronger and all of the frames feature polarized lenses to cut down on glare. The launch collection will feature three styles and each style is available in two colorways.


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