Have you ever heard of Westwood Sunglasses? You are about to get to know this start-up company that is transforming your thoughts on the perfect pair of sunglasses.
Westwood Sunglasses was founded in the outdoor recreation mecca of Ogden, Utah. The need was simple; a go anywhere, do anything pair of shades through eco-friendly natural woods. Each pair is handcrafted from high-quality natural woods or bamboo and features polarized lenses, flexible hinges, are feather light-weight and they float. Throw on a pair of sunnies and take off racing down the rapids in a kayak or grab your jet-ski and and show off your moves. These sunglasses are designed to move with you.
The company has recently released a new line called The Tribal Collection which features five new frames inspired by art from cultures worldwide. Each stems from unique designs found in modern and ancient societies. This revolutionary line features five new frames inspired by art from cultures around the world; Tattoo features tribal tattoos from the pacific islands, Tapestry features the textile arts of ancient Latin America, Temple features the Henna patterns of India, Tundra features the feather accessory of the Native American, and Totem features the wood carvings of indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest.
The Tundra is the perfect guy accessory to a pair of board shorts and a scuba tee. For women, the Temple is designed with rounded shape and more fitted, narrow width. Throw on a sundress or some hiking boots and you will turn heads.
These revolutionary sunnies come packaged in a wooden engraved cyclical shaped box for safe storage and include a monogrammed lens cleanser and cloth pouch. Great to give as a gift.
Westwood Sunglasses has launched a campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds and wants to make you a Brand Ambassador. Through Kickstarter, backers will receive wholesale pricing (50 percent discount), be the first to wear the new Tribal Collection, and become ambassadors of the brand. Pledges start at as little as $5.00 and you can make a difference. Watch the video and learn more about how you get in on the ground level and help spread the word.
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This is a sponsored post thanks to BrandBacker and Westwood Sunglasses. The thoughts expressed are strictly my own.