Seattle Sunglasses, Blue Lagoon
Dick Moby’s Seattle sunglasses feature rounded frames which are made from eco-friendly, oil-free acetate - plastic’s smarter, eco-friendly cousin made from wood pulp and zero oil. Not only does it help to keep pollution down - it will biodegrade in 115 days if you bury it in compost soil*
These are handmade in Italy featuring certified UV400 lenses by Zeiss, multi-barrel hinges and Teflon coated screws. Not only do they look amazing on, but they’re also comfortable and durable.
Each pair come with a recycled leather case and a recycled PET bottle pouch.
- Grey gradient lenses
- UV400 ZEISS lenses
- Oil-free acetate frame
- Recycled leather case
- Recycled PET bottle pouch
- Multi-barrel hinges
- Teflon coated screws
*We do not recommend that you do this - wear them instead!
We love this planet, particularly the watery bits. But we also love looking good. And we don’t see why anyone should choose between the two.
How it all started:
The worst surfing trip ever.
In 2012, Tim took Robbert on the worst surfing trip ever. The sea and beach were full of trash. They dried off, went home and decided to do something about it. Not being engineers or lawyers - and being ever so slightly vain - they settled on making high quality eyewear out of recycled or oil-free materials. A few months later, Dick Moby was born.
Dick Moby sustainable sunglasses are made from three key materials that help use waste to give it a new purpose, avoid non-renewable oil and make use of recycled plastics and acetates. All Dick Moby sustainable sunglasses come with UV400 certified Zeiss glass lenses which have an anti-reflection and scratch coating. They come in a recycled PET pouch with a recycled leather case.