At Carrick Eyecare we are keen to support our local community and do our bit for the environment. We recently partnered with the guys at True North Life which are a locally grown business from County Down.
Made with a speckled charcoal wheatstraw or coffee residue frame and walnut wood temples, it’s lightweight and comfortable.
The Crawford is fitted with UV400 polarised lenses in a smoke black colour or mirror sky blue.
A subtle logo is engraved on the temples.
Sunglasses come with a padded pouch and microfibre cleaning cloth.
Dimensions (Discrepancy of +/-2mm)
Frame Width – 136mm
Temple Length – 140mm
Frame Height – 48mm
Lens Max Width – 50mm
Crawfordsburn, County Down – full of familiar, family-friendly trails where the deep forest with river ravine meets meadows that meets the coast and eventually leads us to the sandy shores. No matter which part of this park you inhabit, every horizon within hosts a new aspect to enjoy, savour and explore.
Wheatstraw is a natural material derived from the waste stalk of wheat plants that would ordinarily be burned. Likewise spent coffee bean residue, when reclaimed and manufactured into a plastic substitute it takes on a speckled appearance which we have tried to demonstrate in the product pictures however each frame will appear slightly different.
The walnut wood temples are also a natural material that will vary in appearance with different tones and wood grains on each unique product.
Lens colours will not appear exactly as on your device screen due to varied resolution and colour portrayal.
We donate £1 to the RNLI Lifeboats who keep us safe at sea for each order we receive.