Bamboo Sunglasses

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Our wood sunglasses made from Bamboo have been around since the beginning of WoodRoze so they have a special place in our hearts. The wood used for our Bamboo sunglasses was either recycled or harvested in the most eco-minded way possible. These completely wooden sunglasses are available in the following styles from our Hatchet Series: BargeBuffalo, CrafterDozer, Goose, Johnny CajjMobius, & Thrifter.

Here’s some more info on Bamboo gathered from The Wood Database:

Color/Appearance: Generally a uniform and pale yellow to almost white. Live bamboo that has been left standing too long frequently develops fungal decay, discoloring the wood with brown or black streaks and patches.

Common Name(s): Bamboo

Scientific Name: Hundreds of species among dozens of genera from the Poaceae (grass) family
(Many timber-producing bamboos are from the Phyllostachys and Bambusa genera)

Floatable: Yes!

Distribution: Most timber-producing bamboos are from south Asia

Tree Size: Some of the largest bamboos can be up to 50-100 ft (15-30 m) tall,
with a 3-6 in (10-20 cm) diameter