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Amara Grey Tort Cateye

by Pala

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£70£49

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Amara Grey Tort Cateye

by Pala

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£70£49

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Amara grey tortoiseshell with smoke graduated lens. Taking its name from an African word for grace, the sophisticated cat-eye shape of Amara provides just that. The strong and refined frames give an air of glamour and chic, no matter what they hide underneath.
For every pair sold Pala gives a pair of prescription glasses via outreach projects in Africa
British Designed
Custom made acetate frame
CR39 lenses with 100% UVA/UVB protection
Filter Category 3 - high level of sun glare protection
Stainless steel 5-barrel hinges
Microfiber soft bag for cleaning and protecting your lenses
Always use the microfibre bag to both protect and clean your lenses
Sunglasses case woven from 100% recycled plastic waste by artisans from Ghana
Wide Fit
  • Tracked delivery to home or work, direct from the designer
  • Free returns within 14 days, collection arranged by us

  • Extended Xmas returns for exchange or credit until 7 Jan
  • Last orders for Xmas delivery by 16 Dec

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Meet The Designer

Pala is a British brand born from an ideology rooted in ethics and aesthetics. Our mission is to produce great eyewear whilst simultaneously helping to change lives through the gift of spectacles.

10% of the worlds population are unable to access eyecare, yet a pair prescription glasses are one of the most cost-effective poverty alleviating tools you can give someone. They empower the beneficiary to read, learn and work. In partnership with the charity Vision Aid Overseas we are able to unite the sale of a pair of our sunglasses to the giving of a pair of spectacles through direct grants into their outreach projects. We have recently completed the creation of a vision centre in Muchinga, Zambia that serves a population of over 75,000. We work with three weaving communities in Bolgatanga, Ghana who make our unique cases from recycled plastic bags and waste. The plastic is washed, cut and twisted into yarn, then woven just like straw to form the unique case - a more sustainable solution for the weavers who would otherwise be limited to the seasonal availability of straw. Year-round production, recycling waste destined for landfill, creating training and jobs, and protection for your sunglasses of course.

Our British designed sunglasses are made from high quality materials, using custom made acetate for our frames and stainless steel for our metalwork. For fashion lovers who want to look good and do good!

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